Later on, Frate got sick and coughs in bed with pink cheeks. Fio and Nero watch over him. Ganzo comes in and says that he's bringing up the special eggnog. He brings the hot cup over to Frare and says that, with that, he'll be better.
It didn't seem possible. Had our 91 days in Istanbul really come to an end I couldn't believe it, so I opened my journal and counted the pages. Although it felt as though we'd just arrived... although we were still in the process of settling into the city's rhythm... that was it. Our time in Istanbul had reached its conclusion.
Istanbul is a photographer's paradise. Both colorful and gritty, beautiful but deteriorated, and filled with people who always seem happy to have caught the camera's eye. We've had a fun time browsing through the tens of thousands of photographs we've collected during our 91 days here, and have selected some which show off the many facets of Istanbul. It's probably impossible to define a city with a few images, but this is our best shot.
Another 91 days has come to an end. Another chapter in our lives, another city explored, documented, and lived in. In many ways, Lisbon was exactly what we thought it would be. In other ways, it took us totally off guard. For all its beauty, this is a city which was surprisingly hard to warm up to. And yet, it was just as hard to resist. We were leaving with both joy and melancholy in our hearts. And this felt appropriate for Lisbon: a city which frustrates and fascinates in equal measure.
We had been to MegaJesus and walked through the town of Cacilhas, but otherwise hadn't explored the area across the Tagus from Lisbon. So on one of our final days in Portugal, we took the ferry from Belém to Trafaria, to check out the town and its Atlantic-facing beaches.
After having spent five days in Sintra, Jürgen and I had easily reached our palace quotient for the year... and it was still early January. But we couldn't possibly leave Lisbon without visiting the Palácio Nacional de Queluz, just fifteen kilometers outside the city.
Over the course of our 91 days in Lisbon, we ate out a lot. Probably way too much, if our pudgy post-Lisbon profiles were anything to judge by. But when the restaurants are this cheap, the food this good, and the supermarkets this crappy (ahem, Pingo Doce), what are we supposed to do Cook carrots at home Or go to our favorite tasca and order the full-size portion of beef, and a soup, and ... I know we shouldn't, but that dessert looks too delicious to pass up.
Once again, another 91 days have come and gone. This time, we're saying adiós to the Yucatán Peninsula. Our three months here were amazing; an almost perfect mix of history, culture, sight-seeing and adventure. We're leaving with tanned bodies, relaxed minds, and memories that we won't soon forget.
During our 91 days in the Yucatán, we spent a lot of time on the road. So whenever we were in Mérida, we tried to cook healthy meals and eat at home. Too many Mexican restaurants turn Mike and Jürgen into pudgy boys. Despite our best efforts, though, we couldn't resist visiting a good percentage of Mérida's eating establishments. Here are some of our favorites; not necessarily the city's \"top-rated\" restaurants, but for one reason or another, the ones we most enjoyed.
During the Yucatán's henequen boom, there were close to a thousand haciendas (plantations) in operation across the state. Today, they're nearly all in ruins. And in the area surrounding Mérida, only one still manufactures henequen: Sotuta de Peon. We joined a tour of the hacienda which led us through a mansion, the factory, a Maya house in the agave fields, a cenote, and ended at a restaurant serving up Yucatecan specialties.
There's not a city in the world Jürgen and I know quite so well as Valencia. We lived here for years before starting our travel project, and should there ever come a day we're ready to settle down, it's to Valencia that we'll return. We figured our favorite city on Earth deserved the full attention of our blog, so we spent 91 days seeing the sights as though we were newcomers.
Heartsill, W. W. Fourteen hundred and 91 days in the Confederate army. A journal kept by W. W. Heartsill, for four years, one month, and one day: or, Camp life; day-by-day, of the W. P. Lane rangers, from April 19th, to May 20th 1865. [Marshall, Tex.: W. W. Heartsill, 1876] Pdf.
Heartsill, W. W. (1876) Fourteen hundred and 91 days in the Confederate army. A journal kept by W. W. Heartsill, for four years, one month, and one day: or, Camp life; day-by-day, of the W. P. Lane rangers, from April 19th, to May 20th 1865. [Marshall, Tex.: W. W. Heartsill] [Pdf] Retrieved from the Library of Congress,
Heartsill, W. W. Fourteen hundred and 91 days in the Confederate army. A journal kept by W. W. Heartsill, for four years, one month, and one day: or, Camp life; day-by-day, of the W. P. Lane rangers, from April 19th, to May 20th 1865. [Marshall, Tex.: W. W. Heartsill, 1876] Pdf. Retrieved from the Library of Congress, .
Our 91 days in Busan flew by, but we managed to see almost everything this incredible city has to offer -- the museums, the people, cafés, hiking, beaches, and of course the food! All of our experiences and observations are now collected in a portable e-book, perfect for Kindle, Nook or any other eReader. The book contains over 200 full-color images and nearly 100 articles about South Korea's second city, along with a useful index organized by both date and category. For just $7.99, this makes a great companion for your trip to Busan, whether you're a teacher or a tourist.
Another 91 days has reached its conclusion and, as always, we're shocked by how fast the time has flown by. Busan was an exciting, fascinating, foreign home to us, and though we're excited to get back to the states and visit family before starting on our next adventure, we find ourselves sad to say goodbye.
Busan is a city with its sights focused firmly on the future -- which makes sense, because its past has been so fraught with hardship. But among the glitzy department stores and new constructions, there are a few memorials to bygone days. One of the most poignant is the 40 Steps, found near Yongdusan Hill.
The Gwangan Bridge opened in 2003, connecting the neighborhoods of Haeundae and Suyeong, and instantly became one of the city's most recognizable landmarks. Also referred to as the Diamond Bridge, it's a beautiful structure, especially after dusk when brought to life by colorful lights.
91 days ago, we stepped out of a plane and directly onto the roof of a skyscraper, where a woman clad in a kimono was bowing to greet us. \"Welcome to Tokyo! We're so glad you're here!\" She beckoned us to the edge of the building, so we could gaze out upon the city's incomprehensible size. \"Look at all that awaits you,\" she said. Then without warning, she pushed us off.
One of the most common questions people might ask when dealing with a Colorado divorce is how long their case will take to be done. Pursuant to Colorado Revised Statutes, C.R.S. 14-10-106 (1)(a)(III), there is a mandatory waiting period of 91 (ninety-one) days from the date of either a joint filing or service on the responding party before a divorce can be completed. As such, the minimum amount of time a divorce case can take is 91 days. A waiting period is common in most states and is often designed to give people enough time to truly ponder whether they really want to go through with the divorce. Oftentimes, people presume that because the 91 day waiting period is prescribed by statute that their divorce will take 91 days. Generally, this is just not the case.
Any Denver divorce lawyer knows that a divorce case will take only 91 days under two scenarios. The first scenario would be one in which the parties complete all paperwork necessary to get the divorce done prior to filing the case. This would include the petition, case information sheet, mandatory financial disclosures, a separation agreement, a parenting plan (if applicable), a support order (if applicable), and a proposed decree of dissolution of marriage. Presuming there are not technical deficiencies in the filing the parties should be able to be done in approximately that 91 day time frame, or shortly thereafter depending on how quickly the court addresses things after day 91. The other instance in which parties might be done at the 91 day mark would be when the case gets filed by one, or the other, or both, and they are able to come to terms very quickly and get all paperwork done and filed before day 91. In essence, a divorce is going to be done in, or around, that 91 day mark only if there is complete agreement between the parties.
The Court of Appeal ruled on Wednesday that a jaywalking case trial that lasted for over 90 days was a waste of judicial time and resources, and criticized the then deputy magistrate, the defense and the prosecution were all responsible for that.
For credit cards opened before then go to Credit Card Portal to manage your account online. We will notify you 60 days in advance of a new card being issued in which you will then make the switch.
The more secure investment option, CDs allow you to grow your money over a certain period of time while earning interest at a predetermined rate, typically higher than most checking accounts. While a CD requires money to be put into an account for a fixed period of time, our CD accounts provide greater flexibility, as they are available in varying maturity periods (91 days to 5 years) and come with numerous benefits. CDs at Peoples Bank are FDIC insured up to $250,000 per depositor for each account ownership category.
Dedicated to America's military past, the mammoth Warhawk Air Museum in Nampa is a privately-funded collection of wartime memorabilia, stories and airplanes. It's the kind of place you could spend days at, and still not see everything.
On Saturdays, traffic in downtown Boise comes to a standstill for the Capital City Public Market, which brings vendors together to sell organic veggies, clothing and artwork. It's a popular weekly event which we got to experience shortly before the onset of winter. 59ce067264