Great Deals In Berlin Hotels, Motels And Vacation Packages

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By David H. Urmann

Berlin is a one of the 16 states and the capital city of Germany. The city is home to numerous attractions including the Fernehtrum, East Side Gallery, the Brandenburg Gate, Gendarmenmarkt and the Berliner Dome.

The Fernsehturm is a television tower situated in the city center of Berlin. Part of the WFGT or World Federation of Great Tower and close to the Alexanderplatz, the television Tower was constructed by the former GDR or German Democratic Republic administration who intended it as Berlin’s symbol between the years 1965 and 1969.

The East Side Gallery is a 1.3 kilometer long section of Berlin Wall and an international memorial for freedom situated close to the center Berlin on Muhlenstrabe in Friedrichshain-Kreuzberg. It consists of about 100 paintings by numerous artists all over the world painted on the east side of Berlin Wall. The paintings at the gallery express the euphoria and document at the time of change. It also projects great hopes for a free and better future for all people around the world.

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Brandenburg Gate is a former city gate. It is both Germany and Berlin’s main symbol. It is located west of the city center along the intersection of the Ebertstrabe and Unter den Linden.

There are several hotels established close to these attractions. Here is a list of hotels close to the attraction:

Savoy Berlin is a luxury hotel situated close to the Brandenburg Gate, Reichstag Building, Berlin State Library and Tiergarten. Other attractions near the area include German Chancellery, Viktoriapark, Deutsche Oper Berlin, Victory Column, Kaiser Wilhelm Gedachtniskirche and the Berlin Zoo. After a buffet breakfast, guests at the hotel can plan a day of sightseeing with assistance from the multilingual concierge of the hotel. The staffs are on hand to book tours and theater tickets of the city. It also provides a fitness center complete with a solarium, sauna and an in-house therapist specializing in massage, acupuncture and reflexology. Other property amenities include a roof terrace to relax on, conference facilities, banquet facilities, a 24-hour front desk, currency exchange, business center and dry cleaning services or laundry services. The hotel offers about 125 spacious and well-appointed suites and rooms. All rooms include cable televisions, Internet access and mini bars. Other room amenities include direct dial telephones with voice mail, trouser press and hair dryer. The complete address of this hotel is Fasanenstr 9-10 in Berlin. For more information, call them at +49-30-311 03-0 or fax them at +49-30-311 03-333.

Swissotel Berlin is a 5-star hotel situated at Augsburger Strasse 44 in Berlin. The property is within a mile away from the Berlin Zoo, Beate Uhse Erotic Museum, Berlin Kathe Kollwitz Museum, Brandenburg Gate, Berlin State Library and Deutsche Oper Berlin. The hotel provides a concierge desk, secretarial services, sauna, business center, event catering, banquet facilities, conference rooms, exhibit space and high-speed Internet connectivity in public areas. Other hotel amenities include translation services, beauty services, multilingual staff, a 24-hour front desk, wedding services and dry cleaning or laundry services. It has about 316 rooms with stylish furnishings. All rooms have cable televisions with pay movies, multi-line telephones, desks, clock radios and irons with ironing boards. For more information, call them at +49 (0) 30/ 220 10 0 or fax them at +49 (0) 30/ 220 10 2222.

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Times Square bomb suspects arrested in Pakistan

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Saturday, May 22, 2010 

At least six suspects, wanted in connection with a failed car bomb attempt in Times Square, New York City on May 1, have been arrested by authorities in Pakistan. The arrests follow a visit to Pakistan by two high-ranking American security officials—US National Security Adviser Gen James Jones and Leon Panetta, director of the Central Intelligence Agency, both of whom praised Pakistan for its efforts in tracking down suspects in the bomb attack.

Amongst those arrested are the co-owner of a large company which provides catering to several embassies in Pakistan and a major in the Pakistani Army, though the Army released a statement denying any involvment. Some are believed to have been educated in the United States. A notice on the website of the US embassy in Islamabad reported that the catering company co-owned by one of the suspects had links to terrorism and has since advised US citizens against using the firm.

Those arrested are believed to have had links with Faisal Shahzad, the primary suspect in the bombing, who was arrested on May 3 on board an aircraft at New York’s JFK Airport.

One source told Reuters: “We are investigating whether Ashraf has provided any financial support to Faisal because Ashraf and his father are rich people and they run a very big catering business” though another stated that “[t]hey may be innocent because being friends does not mean you are involved in the activities of your friends”.

The suspects are currently being detained by the Pakistani security services, who are known to have close links with the CIA, to the extent of allowing CIA officials access to prisoners.

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Times Square bomb suspects arrested in Pakistan

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Saturday, May 22, 2010 

At least six suspects, wanted in connection with a failed car bomb attempt in Times Square, New York City on May 1, have been arrested by authorities in Pakistan. The arrests follow a visit to Pakistan by two high-ranking American security officials—US National Security Adviser Gen James Jones and Leon Panetta, director of the Central Intelligence Agency, both of whom praised Pakistan for its efforts in tracking down suspects in the bomb attack.

Amongst those arrested are the co-owner of a large company which provides catering to several embassies in Pakistan and a major in the Pakistani Army, though the Army released a statement denying any involvment. Some are believed to have been educated in the United States. A notice on the website of the US embassy in Islamabad reported that the catering company co-owned by one of the suspects had links to terrorism and has since advised US citizens against using the firm.

Those arrested are believed to have had links with Faisal Shahzad, the primary suspect in the bombing, who was arrested on May 3 on board an aircraft at New York’s JFK Airport.

One source told Reuters: “We are investigating whether Ashraf has provided any financial support to Faisal because Ashraf and his father are rich people and they run a very big catering business” though another stated that “[t]hey may be innocent because being friends does not mean you are involved in the activities of your friends”.

The suspects are currently being detained by the Pakistani security services, who are known to have close links with the CIA, to the extent of allowing CIA officials access to prisoners.

How To Take Care Of A Chemically Processed Hair

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By Kristy Scott

Nowadays, if you do not like the texture of your hair, if you hate its natural color, or you want to have a different look, there are various hair products and formulas that you can make use of to achieve any of these. It is no wonder that most people of today have chemically processed hair on top of their heads. People just cannot seem to get enough of the wonders that modern science can give to their tresses.

Just like an untouched hair, chemically processed hair also requires much care and attention. It is necessary that before you undertake any treatment for your tresses, you would know what to do afterwards. Here are some excellent techniques on how to care for a chemically processed hair.

Straightened Hair

One of the most common hair treatments today is straightening of the hair, which should not come as a surprise because super sleek straight hair has been a wild fad for the last couple of years.

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Because chemical straightening makes use of strong formulas, it would be advisable to allow your hair stylist to do this. Make sure that your hairstylist makes use of high quality straightening products that will not leave your hair dull and damaged.

After a straightening treatment, wait at least 24 to 48 hours (or as directed by the stylist) before washing your hair. Avoid tying your newly straightened hair in a ponytail or putting it on braids because this can result in unsightly bends or frizz.

Furthermore, do not have this treatment too often. There should be at least a six-month interval before having your hair straightened again. If in between these months, you see that your hair is not as straight as you would want it to be, make use of a high quality hair iron like an FHI hair straightener to do the trick.

Colored Hair

Getting a hair color is another easy way to update your look. It is so easy you can do it yourself in your home. After getting a new color for your hair, be sure to invest on a color-enhancing shampoo and conditioner, which you should use once a week.

Do not wash your hair 24 hours after coloring. If you like to go swimming, wash your hair with a clarifying shampoo to avoid build up of chlorine on your hair. It would also be best to have a weekly hair mask and a monthly hot oil treatment to keep your hair well moisturized and prevent fading.

Moreover, avoid using styling tools that generates heat because this can cause the color to fade fast. But if you really want to use of a heat appliance like a hair iron, opt for one that has an adjustable heat setting like an FHI hair straightener so you will be able to set the heat to a temperature that is ideal for colored hair, which is below 360 degrees Fahrenheit.

Just as important as finding the right salon to give your hair a high quality and safe hair treatment is knowing how to take care of your chemically processed locks afterwards. Follow these techniques to maintain your hairs glorious look.

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Muslim hair stylist sues hairdresser over alleged discrimination

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Friday, November 9, 2007 

British-born Muslim hair stylist Bushra Noah is currently undertaking legal action against the owner of a hair salon for alleged religious discrimination. Noah is suing London hair salon owner Sarah Desroiser. Desroiser who runs a salon in King’s Cross, has said that she would not accept Noah as a stylist if Noah’s hair was covered. Noah, like many devout Muslims keeps her hair covered in public places, believing it to be immodest otherwise.

Noah claims that her headscarf is a fundamental part of her religious beliefs and that wearing the scarf would not interfere in her carrying out the job at all. Desrosiers said that it is not discrimination but rather that “the essence of my line of work is the display of hair. To me, it’s absolutely basic that people should be able to see the stylist’s hair. It has nothing to do with religion. It is just unfortunate that for her covering her hair symbolises religion.” Desosiers added that she had worked with Muslims in the past and employs a Muslim accountant.

Noah claims that the state of her own hair is irrelevant to her ability to style others hair.

The last few years have seen a string of similar cases in Britain. Last year, there was a case over whether a British Airways employee could wear a prominent cross, and another case in which a teacher argued that she had a right to wear a Jilb?b (a traditional Islamic dress that covers almost the entire body) in the classroom. In that case, the teacher lost in the High Court.

Muslim hair stylist sues hairdresser over alleged discrimination

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Friday, November 9, 2007 

British-born Muslim hair stylist Bushra Noah is currently undertaking legal action against the owner of a hair salon for alleged religious discrimination. Noah is suing London hair salon owner Sarah Desroiser. Desroiser who runs a salon in King’s Cross, has said that she would not accept Noah as a stylist if Noah’s hair was covered. Noah, like many devout Muslims keeps her hair covered in public places, believing it to be immodest otherwise.

Noah claims that her headscarf is a fundamental part of her religious beliefs and that wearing the scarf would not interfere in her carrying out the job at all. Desrosiers said that it is not discrimination but rather that “the essence of my line of work is the display of hair. To me, it’s absolutely basic that people should be able to see the stylist’s hair. It has nothing to do with religion. It is just unfortunate that for her covering her hair symbolises religion.” Desosiers added that she had worked with Muslims in the past and employs a Muslim accountant.

Noah claims that the state of her own hair is irrelevant to her ability to style others hair.

The last few years have seen a string of similar cases in Britain. Last year, there was a case over whether a British Airways employee could wear a prominent cross, and another case in which a teacher argued that she had a right to wear a Jilb?b (a traditional Islamic dress that covers almost the entire body) in the classroom. In that case, the teacher lost in the High Court.

Muslim hair stylist sues hairdresser over alleged discrimination

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Friday, November 9, 2007 

British-born Muslim hair stylist Bushra Noah is currently undertaking legal action against the owner of a hair salon for alleged religious discrimination. Noah is suing London hair salon owner Sarah Desroiser. Desroiser who runs a salon in King’s Cross, has said that she would not accept Noah as a stylist if Noah’s hair was covered. Noah, like many devout Muslims keeps her hair covered in public places, believing it to be immodest otherwise.

Noah claims that her headscarf is a fundamental part of her religious beliefs and that wearing the scarf would not interfere in her carrying out the job at all. Desrosiers said that it is not discrimination but rather that “the essence of my line of work is the display of hair. To me, it’s absolutely basic that people should be able to see the stylist’s hair. It has nothing to do with religion. It is just unfortunate that for her covering her hair symbolises religion.” Desosiers added that she had worked with Muslims in the past and employs a Muslim accountant.

Noah claims that the state of her own hair is irrelevant to her ability to style others hair.

The last few years have seen a string of similar cases in Britain. Last year, there was a case over whether a British Airways employee could wear a prominent cross, and another case in which a teacher argued that she had a right to wear a Jilb?b (a traditional Islamic dress that covers almost the entire body) in the classroom. In that case, the teacher lost in the High Court.

The Static And Content Management System Driven Website Design

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When it comes to web design there are two main options that you need to choose between when talking to your website designer. The first option is a static site, and the second is one, which is flexible with a CMS (Content Management Systems). Either By, the main thought is that how you can manage or update your website with a little less expense with greater return of investment. There are arguments as to why you should go for each, but if you are looking to really make the most of your website, and boost your online conversions, you really should be looking at the inclusion of a CMS. Which one is cheaper and effective?

A static website does exactly what it says on the tin. It cannot move. Therefore, any images and content that you have on there has to stay unless you have a coder on hand to make the changes for you. It is quite irritating indeed, if you are looking to update a news story for instance. However, if you are looking for something quite simple and do not want to spend a fortune in your website design, a static site is often a good place to start and upgrading to a site with a CMS is always a solution later on down the line where profits from your website can be driven back into the business.

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If you are serious about growing your business online, however, you really should opt for a website design, which incorporates a Content Management Systems. There are varieties of systems you can choose from, and often website design agencies online, have their own bespoke CMS for you to choose. The costs of websites, which use a CMS to control the content, are often slightly pricier. However, for obvious reasons, there is more work for the designers to do and there are less maintenance fees for them later on down the line with a static site you would probably have to pay them to make any changes you needed.

Do not be confuse and get the facts straight. Content Management System entails a big investment at first, though you can get the following maintenance and operational expenses in a small price compare to the latter. Yes, static website is a lot cheap compare to CMS in the beginning, but in doing business online, you need to have a constant updates of products and services discount, promos and campaign. Static makes you hire a coder to apply changes to you website. While, in the CMS, a little tweaks and you are done. Unless you have got an on-side web designer a CMS is really the only way forward.

There are businesses for which a CMS is not an option but a requisite. For example if you are looking to build an ecommerce website. Your products or services will most likely fluctuate, you are constantly going to post new ones and take old ones down as the trends, and fads of consumers change over time.

With this in mind, CMS has really the advantage in making your

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operational. Nevertheless, the decision is up to you. As a beginner, you can dwell in static at first and experience online business in a cheaper start and as you get your hands on some of the functionalities. Hence, you can shift to CMS as you wish.

Sean McMans has an excellent reputation as an author, mainly composing web design related articles. He hails from Nesconset, New York and is an expert Web Designer working in A-Plus Website Design Company, http://www.apluswebsitedesign.com.

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Scientology website hacked

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Tuesday, November 3, 2009 

The Church of Scientology’s European website was hacked and defaced earlier today by hackers claiming to be members of Anonymous. Anonymous proponents previously hacked Scientology’s main website, www.scientology.org. The group also protested the church in February 2008.

Another website run by the church, freedom-belgium.org, was also hacked and defaced. The hacked websites contain content taken from .whyaretheydead.info, a website critical of Scientology which lists members of the Church who are alleged to have died while in its care. Anonymous has stated that whyaretheydead.info was not involved in the hacking, but the hackers merely used content from their website.

This is not the first time hackers have defaced Scientology websites. In January 2008, ‘Anonymous’ hacked the Church’s international website by using a denial-of-service attack. The attack caused the website to be inaccessible for nearly 24 hours.