Blog Archive: October 2014

Hotel Globos Review in Sitges, Spain

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One of the things I like about hotels is not to plan a stay at hotel before. No bookings, no planning. Just pass by, if you like it - go into it, and ask for a room and price. The best of this is bargain. So did happened this time, after we arrived…


Peratallada - a Charming Stone Building Town in Catalonia, Spain

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When we left a charming hotel in Begur, we straight headed to a little and charming medieval town of Peratallada, which is located some 22 km east of Girona, and some 15 km west of Begur. Here are 22 pictures I made at this lovely town: Road to…


Hotel Es Cel de Begur Review in Begur, Spain

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On our third Spain trip day we stayed overnight at one of the interesting hotels I have ever stayed - Es Cel de Begur Hotel at Bergur. We booked this hotel on Booking.com it offered a huge savings, instead of paying EUR 400 we paid for room with…


Salvador Dali Museum in Figueres, Spain

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In our second day trip to Spain we visited Salvador Dali Museum located in town of Figueres.  I can tell you just one - This has finally happened - had heard so much about this great place before and now I actually visited it. There are not much…


Best Budget Laptops for Under $300 in 2023

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In today's digital age, having a laptop is almost a necessity. Whether you're a student, a freelancer, or a professional, a reliable laptop can help you accomplish your tasks with ease. However, high-end laptops can be quite expensive, which can be…


Hotel Tarongeta Review in Cadaques

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We stayed at hotel Tarongeta in Cadaques in our second day trip to Catalonia, Spain. You can read my photo article - covering Cadaques here. Choice of Tarongneta was made spontaneous and all agreements regarding accommodation was made on site, not…


Exploring Catalonia: from Roses to Cadaques

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On our second day on Catalonian trip, we left Girona and headed to Roses (Girona municipality) and after a short 5 minute stay at Roses we headed to Cadaques (Girona municipality). I decided to stick with motto: one picture can say more than 1000…


Hotel Ultonia Review in Girona

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During our first day on our Catalonia trip for a first night, we stayed at Girona - Hotel Ultonia. For a start I must admit - I wanted to book another less expensive hotel, but that was out of city center - so hell, for a sake of a couple of bucks…


Catalonia: First impressions of Girona - Cathedral of Girona, Jewish Quarter

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This probably will be a long photo article, with few comments on each of the photo. It was my first time visiting Spain, and stop of Girona came just right after we landed in Barcelona, rented a nice Renault Megane car from Fire Fly company. During…


Istanbul Sabiha Gokcen Airport

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Istanbul Sabiha Gökçen International Airport  is located some 32 km southeast of the city center, airport serves as the hub for AnadoluJet and Pegasus Airlines. The facility is named after Sabiha Gökçen, the adoptive daughter of Mustafa Kemal…


Georgian mythology, Founding Father of Georgia - Kartlos and Jesus Robe in Mtskheta

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Georgian mythology is a rich tapestry of legends and stories that provide insight into the country's cultural heritage. One of the most interesting myths is the story of Kartlos, the founding father of Georgia. According to Georgian mythology,…


Top Laptops for Graphic Design Students and Professionals

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If you're a graphic designer, finding the best laptop for your needs can be a daunting task. You need a machine that is powerful enough to run complex design software, has a high-quality display for accurate color reproduction, and is portable…


Drupal module: User Picture Field - A Brilliant Solution for Styling forms With Display Suite

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Working with complex Drupal projects I'm always trying to escape many rewrites of existing Drupal built-in functionality. This time I got a client's request to have a user edit form with two-level admin: One for username and password information -…


Grigory Leps: The Russian Musician Who Fell in Love with Georgia

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Grigory Leps is a well-known Russian singer who has gained immense popularity not only in Russia but also in other parts of the world. Leps has been to Georgia several times for concerts and has garnered a large following among Georgians. The…


Shota Rustaveli Tbilisi International Airport

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Shota Rustaveli Tbilisi International Airport is the busiest international airport in Georgia, located 17 km (11 mi) southeast of capital Tbilisi. The airport handled 3.7 million passengers in 2019. Due to the global coronavirus pandemic, the…


The Impact of EEU Membership on Armenia's Economy

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Armenia, a small, landlocked country in the South Caucasus, joined the Eurasian Economic Union (EEU) in 2015. The EEU is an economic bloc that includes Russia, Kazakhstan, Belarus, Kyrgyzstan, and Armenia. Joining the EEU marked a significant shift…


Planing a Trip to Spain: How to Get a Prepaid SIM Card in Spain

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<p>This weekend I'm going to my first ever trip to Spain. One of the essential things I'll need there is an internet connection. To get a internet I have few options &nbsp;- to chase for some FREE WiFi spots, to connect to…


Drupal Simple FB connect + User Form Theming

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Lately I have been busy with a project involving a lot of custom coding and programming (mainly because of existing complex web-design) So at the finish line - there are still few things we must to finish - And one of them involves Facebook Login…


Drupal Display Suite Two Columns on User Edit Forms + Image Widget Default Image

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<p>Working on a customers project I faced another interesting obstacle (s):</p><ul><li>First to have separate User Admin and User Profile pages</li><li>Second - on user edit pages to display fields on two columns…


Blog One Year Anniversary

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A year ago I started a journey called - blogging. I'm not that kind of guys who likes to imagine - what if.. and so by starting my blog a year ago - I asked a question Can you blog 365 days in a row? Here is a quick answer a year latter - Yes, You…