St Louis Cemetery Number 1, New Orleans

St Louis Cemetery Number 1

The macabre side of New Orleans can be found at every turn within the city limits so why not embrace that and take a walking tour of St Louis Cemetery Number 1. Steeped in history and mystery, you should have this on your NOLA to-do list.

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Oils of Life Intensely Revitalising Cleansing Oil in Gel – The Body Shop

Oils of Life Intensely Revitalising Cleansing Oil in Gel
On a daily basis I wear thick heavy make- up. Aside from looking flawless all day, taking the whole lot off at the end of the day is a chore. That has all changed thanks to the Oils of Life Intensely Revitalising Cleansing Oil in Gel (£12).

A careful blend of 3 seed oils, the thick gel formula contains over 30% of pure oil which is said to leave your skin feeling smoother, appear more radiant and moisturised for up to 72hrs.  Is that a bold claim or can the Oils of Life Intensely Revitalising Cleansing Oil in Gel deliver? Read on…..

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Fairfield Inn & Suites New Orleans Downtown/French Quarter Area

Fairfield Inn & Suites New Orleans Downtown French Quarter Area
Conveniently located for both a business or pleasure traveller, the Fairfield Inn & Suites New Orleans Downtown/French Quarter Area is my top hotel tip for New Orleans. In the historic Interstate Electric Company building, a recent newcomer to the hotel scene, we loved our stay.

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Why You Should See the Northern Lights (And How to Do It)

Northern Lights

Among all the sights to see in the world, the Northern Lights is an elusive and spectacular that you should get to see in your lifetime. We’ve seen them on postcards, pictures, and films, but all that pales in comparison to witnessing its unbridled beauty with your very own eyes.

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Do You Need Virtual Reality In Your Life?

Virtual Reality

As we move into the latter stages of 2018, it’s fair to say that virtual reality has been a little bit underwhelming. While it’s still a major technology and one we should all keep an eye on, it hasn’t exactly “changed the game,” so to speak.

Mark Zuckerberg himself, who, through Facebook, is heavily invested in the success of VR, said just last year that it will be 10 years before we really get to where we want to go with the technology. And he may be right. We may look up in another 10 years, if not five, and see VR as an indispensable technology and a modern marvel. For now though, the question is completely fair: Do you really need VR in your life?

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