News July 20th: Greece, beaches and Jamaica
July 20th 2012 - Bernard Prince
I will regularly (mostly every Friday), a small report unusual or serious news that caught the attention of the web and social media.
Advantageous to visit Greece
He was among other issue last week's favorable exchange rate of the euro for those of you wishing to visit the "old country". This is more true in Greece, which is probably the country hardest hit by the current european's economic crisis. This does not detract from the beauty against thousands of attractions and hospitality of the people! The French magazine Le Figaro has provided an overview of the situation in Greece.
Ship Flip (horizontal and vertical)
A ship can sail upright? Yep, this exists! FLIP, a ship operated by the U.S. Navy celebrated its 50th anniversary in 2012. With more than 700 tons of water entering the front part of her hull that do capsize, leaving only the rear outside water. What is the advantage? Incredible stability in all conditions, making it ideal for action and research on the high seas to see this little video, it's something impressive!
Beaches busiest U.S.
When on vacation at a beach, it is more for peace than to find himself into the crowd. The U.S. magazine Travel and Leisure in fact a ranking of the busiest beach of the United States. The most popular of all? Venice Beach, California. Good to know at the start of construction holiday!
Deep Sea Fishing in Jamaica
The photographer Valerie Busque this week gave us a very pleasant time: a journey of fishing off Jamaica.
$ U.S. ATM at our office
Last week was the official opening of new offices, now located 2 minutes from 40 Highway (exit 203-N). Among the new features you now have access to a ATM to furnish USD funds.
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