Monday, July 23, 2012

Beautiful Target (Japanese Ver.)

B1A4 released their Japanese debut album. Beautiful Target (Japanese Vers) was available in three versions. I only managed to buy the C version cause it was the one I could afford at the moment. It had new songs too so it made sense. Still I want or would like to have all the versions since they are all different. Ones comes with a DVD and another one comes with a puzzle. To top that they all come with different songs too. WM Entertainment and PonyCanyon are taking my money but I don't care. I love my babies in any language.

Wednesday, July 18, 2012


Things I carry around ALL the time when outside my house.
- hand sanitizer
- ibuprofen
- hand cream
- perfume
- pen
- wallet
- cellphone and extras (extra battery, charging stuff)
- ipod (cables and such)
- headphones
- fake blue/black glasses
- hair stuff
- wipes
- soap
- coin purse 

Sunday, July 08, 2012

American Museum of Natural History

Yes! Finally went to this museum. So happy. Totally felt like a kid again.  The American Museum of Natural History is big. It haves 4 floors so if you want to see everything you have to do it fast like I did. Grab a map and a pen and mark where you have been (yes! there is an app for the museum too if you have iPhone). Every floors is like a maze so you might feel lost at some point (I know I did). If you are not in a hurry like I was sit down and enjoy. There is a lot of things going on.

If you watched the movies Night at the Museum you will totally laugh every time you see an icon of the museum that was represented on the movie. And let me tell you that the idea of using a real museum to film and build a story around it really works. I saw the Tiki head, the bear I couldn't see it cause it was closed. I saw the Indians and the Romans. It was all spot on. The dinosaurs have a whole floor to themselves so yes it is that cool. The blue wale on the Hall of Ocean Life is AMAZING. I wanted to take photos but it was too dark. Still it is quite impressive so don't miss it.

 I wont go describing everything cause it is a lot to see and enjoy but if you can visit do so and if you have kids take them with you. Make it a whole month project go every Saturday or once a month they will surely appreciate it. I think that even paying around is better than wasting it in another toy they probably don't need. Be ready to get tired and to walk around people and move from photo shootings.

Thursday, July 05, 2012

Staten, Liberty & Ellis Island

Staten Island, Liberty Island and Ellis Island in one day. For the win. We managed to do everything in one afternoon. We took the train so late that I thought we wouldn't have time but we did. First stop was Staten Island to take the Ferry but we found out it wasn't there so we walked down Battery Park and got to the pier where they boat leaves for Liberty Island. 

Once there we got to see Miss Liberty in all her glory. We walked around listening to the audio thing they give you with valuable information. The day was kind of cloudy but then it got sunny so the pictures came out gorgeously. After we said hello took some photos with Miss Liberty and talked to some strangers we said good bye and took a another boat to Ellis Island.

We arrived at Ellis Island we where tired so we did a quick visit to the museum snap some photos walked around the huge and filled with awesome history hallways. We got to read some documents, posters from back in the day. It was kind of emotional even when none of my family had to go through that you can feel the struggle pain and victory of the place. This is a MUST go place if you are into history and knowing how United States started and got to what it is today and who actually helped shaped the things we now days enjoy. Everyone brought something to United States for better or worst they all helped to build it. Something that people seems to be forgetting. 

There where people looking for their family members on the registry or commenting on how their great grandfather/mother got to US and lots of great stories. I think it is a good place to go and talk to your kids about the real freedom that US still profess so fervently. That place symbolizes the so called American dream -ok no- IT is THE REAL American dream. Anyways amazing place full of emotions. it is sad to know that many people that where born and raised there have NEVER been there and take it for granted as just a tourist attraction. Reason why I think values have changed so much. 

Ok enough with the talking... enjoy the photos. Yey!


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