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Views:49|Rating:5.00|View Time:6:31Minutes|Likes:2|Dislikes:0 Ambavilas Palace (Kannada: ಅಂಬಾ ವಿಲಾಸ್ ಅರಮನೆ), otherwise known as the Mysore Palace (Kannada: ಮೈಸೂರು ಅರಮನೆ), is a historical palace and a royal residence at Mysore in the Indian State of Karnataka. It is the official residence of the Wadiyar dynasty and the seat of the Kingdom of Mysore. The palace is in the centre of Mysore, and faces the Chamundi Hills eastward. Mysore is commonly described as the ‘City of Palaces’, and there are seven palaces including this one; however, ‘Mysore Palace’ refers specifically to this one within the Old Fort. Yaduraya built the first palace inside the Old Fort in the 14th century, which was demolished and constructed multiple times. The current structure was constructed between 1897 and 1912, after the Old Palace was burnt ablaze. The last palace, now known as the Old Palace or the Wooden Palace, was burnt into ashes during the 1896 Dasara festivities. Maharaja Krishnaraja Wodeyar IV and his mother Maharani Kempananjammanni Devi, commissioned the British architect Lord Henry Irwin to build a new palace.The architectural style of domes of the palace is commonly described as Indo-Saracenic, with blends of the Hindu, Mughal, Rajput, and Gothic styles.The palace houses two durbar halls (ceremonial meeting halls of the royal court) and incorporates an array of courtyards, gardens, and buildings.
Mysore Palace is probably India’s only illuminated royal structure and is a major tourist attraction, especially during Dasara where millions of tourists come from far and wide to see the lit up Palace.
The red light atop Mysore Palace in the central dome is used to synchronise the timing of lights from all the four stations simultaneously.
This red light, earlier, was an indicator of the presence of Maharajas inside the Palace. 15 minutes before illumination, the red light is switched on and switched off after 13 minutes. This is an alert to all station workers. Two minutes later when the red light is switched on again, the Palace is illuminated.
Mysore tourism and Mandya tourism offer other places of interest such as the Venugopal Swamy Temple at KRS Backwater, Sand Museum and 3D selfie Gallery, Guinness World Record Sea Shell Art Museum , Rail Museum Mysore, Guinness World Record Bonsai Garden at Mysore || Kishkindha Moolika Bonsai Garden,Regional Museum Of Natural History, Melody Wax museum, Indira Gandhi Rashtriya Manav Sangrahalya at Wellington house, Mysore || National museum || IGRMS, Ancient Kikkeri Brahmeshvara temple at KR Pete, Arkeshwara Temple on the banks of River Kaveri at Yedatore, Krishnarajanagar Taluk, BallurKatte falls ,Chunchanakatte falls, Ganalu Falls, Edmuri falls and Balmuri falls, Gaganachukki Falls, hydro electric power project at Shivanasamudra Falls, Wellesley Bridge, old stone bridge Lushington bridge, Bheemeshwari,1200 years old Marehalli Sri Lakshmi Narasimha Swamy Temple at Marehalli, Malavalli, Ruins of Panchalingeshwara Temple at Somanathapura, Unknown stone carved ruin temple at Somanathapura, oldest Dam in Karnataka || 900 years old Madhavmantri Dam, Melukote Akka Thangi kola , Raya Gopura at Melukote , Melukote Kalyani, Dhanushkoti at Melukote, Gumbaz – Tomb of Tippu Sultan, temples of Talakadu. Talakadu is one of the Pancha Narayana Kshetrams,18 feet tall Ancient Bahubali statue at KRS backwaters, Basadihalli, the Sri Narayana Swamy temple at Anandur, Basaralu ancient Mallikarjuna temple, Arethippur Mandya, 1200 years old excavated jain basadi || Kanakagiri, Excavated Ancient statue of Bhagawan Bahubali at Arethippur, Hulikere Tunnel Gommatagiri -heritage jain center, Somanathapura Hoysala temple, Muthathi forest, Bheemeshwari Cauveri fishing camp.
Mysore tourism offers other places such as Brindavan Garden, , Ranganathittu Bird Sanctuary, Balmuri Falls,Lalitha Mahal Palace, Mysore Zoo, Chamundi hills , St. Philomena’s Church,Karanji Lake.The Blue Lagoon, Big Banyan Tree Mysore , Basadi Hosakote Jain Temple, Dornahalli Church, Sagarakatte Bridge .
Views:3970|Rating:4.91|View Time:34:28Minutes|Likes:223|Dislikes:4 The last blog was about returning from England and Woody’s experiences in Aegina – a visit to the Parthenon and witnessing a live sea rescue.
In this blog we leave Aegina and head down through Cyclades to Crete and beyond!
Our first stop was Russian Bay, a sheltered anchorage just outside Poros – a stopover before heading into open seas.
The wind was perfect for the first leg to Serifos and the kids loved riding the bow seat. The sea of the Cyclades – otherwise known as ‘sickly ladies’ – was as bumpy as its reputation
Serifos was quite a barren island from what we saw. Apparently there’s quite a few grumpy people living on the island and according to Rod Heikell’s book written in 2010, it’s got a freshly painted church.. woohoo!
The next day we headed for Folegandros – another seemingly barren Island until we swam ashore from our anchorage and did some exploring. Finding a lovely little swimming cove with aqua marine water.
It would have been nice to explore the Cyclades more but the wind was too good an opportunity to miss, so after a solar shower and dinner, we had an early night ready for our night passage to Crete.
It was a dark night but we had radar and AIS and the first night sail on our new boat was quite exciting – also a great opportunity to try out a watch system between the two of us. Woody watched the sun come up doing 7.5 – 8 knots with the wind on the beam – an incredible night’s sail with the prop gen keeping up with the autopilot, radar, batteries and fridge all the way.
We arrived in Heraklion four hours ahead of schedule – quite an industrial port – there is a marina but it’s not really set up for visiting yachts so we were on the town quay taking the full brunt of the swell from the large Ferries.
Next stop was the Palace of Knossos – famous for the Minotaur myth and bull running – where the bull charged towards children who had to flip over it for a challenge! Being an iconic, historical landmark we had to take our latest #Legoericka shot!
After that we went to the archaeological museum with original frescoes and artefacts from Knossos but not brilliant for kids so we went to the Natural History Museum instead. It had animatronic dinosaurs, an earthquake simulator and lots more interactive stuff. The guidebook said it closed at 8 but we were ejected at 6 so only got an hour – but still, we’d highly recommend it.
We had possibly the last gyros before leaving Greece – a sad moment for the kids.
It was a five o’clock start to Chania on the west side of Crete with some home schooling on the way. We had to pick up some crew who would help with the passage to Malta. We need to head to Tunisia to get some work done on the boat but it’s quite a big trip with just two parents on watch.
The kids got involved with sailing again and worked their way through some cool work books we bought at Knossos about the Minotaur, Crete and Greek mythology.
In light of the man overboard situation we had on the ferry and in trying to improve our safety equipment we got some OLAS tags from the UK. We hope to do a whole blog on safety equipment for kids – like lifejacket, buoyancy aids etc., very soon.
Chania was a pleasant surprise – a really nice little place where you could easily spend a whole week, but our aim was to pick up crew and head West asap.
Our old sailing friend Craig joined us along with Lisa from Brighton Marina Yacht Club who had never really done a long passage before but it turned out she was a teaching assistant so she really got stuck in helping with the home schooling.
We sailed right to the very West of Crete – a beautiful place called Gramvousa and we wouldn’t even have gone if we hadn’t been given an amazing treasure map from our friend Steve who buried treasure there about 20 years ago for a sailing magazine competition that never materialised.
From the anchorage we swam ashore then followed the instructions and clues but we couldn’t find the treasure – perhaps some of the landmarks were no longer there. Everyone was obviously disappointed but the treasure will be there to be found by someone else another day.
The next day we navigated our way through a very tricky area of rocks to start our passage to Malta.
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Views:201|Rating:5.00|View Time:4:4Minutes|Likes:1|Dislikes:0 The day was finally here, Adrian and Rosario’s wedding day! This happy couple has come a long way from their first date when Rosario instructed her sisters “don’t look out the window” as recounted in funny story at the wedding reception. Her family was so excited to see who was coming to pick her up, so of course they just had to take a peek! And as they say, “the rest is history.”
Adrian and Rosario’s wedding day was in the beautiful month of October in Shafter, California, as the bridal party busily made preparations for the day. While the men buttoned up in sleek black from head to toe (with personalized socks for the groom), the women and flower girls were busy getting curls and makeup by Jana Maes. As the time drew near for the ceremony, Rosario’s mother helped her slip into her Eve of Milady gown and beautiful sparkly shoes. Then everyone was off to the ceremony!
Rosario’s parents walked their daughter down the aisle of St. John’s Evangelistic Church in Wasco, California. Mariachi San Marcos played as she walked to her soon-to-be husband. Adrian turned around to see his beautiful bride for the first time with long-awaited joy. They said their vows and in a moment became Mr. and Mrs.! After their ceremony the new bride and groom gathered with family and friends in front of the church to release white doves into the air. Then it was time for the night-long celebration!
Family and friends traveled to the Party Palace Reception Hall in Bakersfield for the reception. Guests were treated to an elegantly decorated room, complete with a monogramed cake made by Cakes by Karen suspended from the ceiling! More live music and merriment followed with dinner, toasts, and dancing…lots of dancing!
Overall, it was a beautiful and fun wedding day, as you can see. Their entire bridal party looked stunning with only the bride wearing white and groomsmen and bridesmaids in black. Rosario chose classic white roses, sprinkled with babies breath and just a touch of greenery for contrast. Once again, another wedding day has come and gone, but the memories will last forever. Year after year Adrian and Rosario can relive the memories captured on film from their wedding day!
Starring Actor: Adrian
Starring Actress: Rosario
Producer: Evermoore Films
Cinematography: Joshua Moore & Ricardo Santoyo
Coordinator: Alma & Eugenia
Photography: Shelli Renee Weddings
DJ: DJ Harvey
Officiant: Father Raul
Live Music: Grupo-Balazzo, Mariachi San Marcos, & Melissa Waldrop
Hair Stylist: Jana Maes
Makeup Artist: Jana Maes
Dress Brand: Eve of Milady
Dress Shop: Panache Beverly Hills
Tuxedos: Men’s Wearhouse
Ring Shop: Helzburg Diamonds
Florist: Manuel Jimenez
Catering: Party Palace Reception Hall
Cake: Cakes by Karen
Ceremony Venue: St. John’s Evangelist Church
Ceremony Location: Wasco, California
Reception Venue: Party Palace Reception Hall
Reception Location: Bakersfield, California
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Views:1370|Rating:0.00|View Time:1:12Minutes|Likes:0|Dislikes:0 The demolition of the Edwards Theater on Atlantic and Main in Alhambra, California. The Edwards name has been a constant on the corner since 1939 when the first theater, with one screen was purchased for $400.