Florida Renaissance Festival 2019

Florida Renaissance Festival in 2019

The Renaissance :  was a fascinating period in history when Europe made the transition from the Middle Ages to the modern era. The transformation was marked by art, clothing and cuisine.

This season is recreated every year at Quiet Waters Park in Deerfield Beach – Florida USA. The Florida Renaissance Festival 2019 is nothing less than the 27th anniversary of this event.

Florida Renaissance Festival in 2019
Florida Renaissance Festival in 2019

Days and Dates. Hours – Prices

Saturdays and Sundays, February 9-10, 16-17 and 23-24, and March 2-3, 9-10, 16-17, and 23-24, 2019. Monday is added as school day, February 11. The school day is open only to schools that have previously registered. Each weekend has a specific theme.


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Las Vegas: Traveling Europe Without Leaving the United States

Las Vegas (Nevada) 

Las Vegas: Traveling Europe Without Leaving the United States. That’s possible?. Sure, of course. You just have to go to Las Vegas, in the Mojave desert in Nevada. Las Vegas is a tourist city famous for its exciting activity 24 hours a day. Never Close. Never sleeps. Open casinos and shows at all times. 

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It is a city devoted to entertainment and tourism. Currently, 650,000 people live in Las Vegas (2016) and receive almost 40 million visitors a year.

In 1931, with the legalization of the game, Las Vegas begins its rise as a city. In 1941, the very luxurious hotels of the world began to be built, which also incorporated gaming casinos. The first of these was the Flamingo, built under the supervision of gangster Bugsy Siegel.
In the decade of the 60s, the city has another impulse due to the overthrow of Batista in Cuba by the revolutionary Castro. . The American businessmen abandoned their business in Havana and moved to Las Vegas. Frank Sinatra and other artists settled in Las Vegas and offered shows on a continuous basis.

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The Ancient and New Campbell Bar – New York

The Ancient and New Campbell Bar. ( The Campbell Apartment)

The Grand Central Terminal is one of the iconic landmarks of Manhattantown Midtown for a stroll through a historic site in the city. Or to stop to have lunch in one of the restaurants and fast foods that are under their brick vaults.

In the southwest corner of the station, on the Vanderbilt Avenue, there is an elegant bar, with charm and style. And remember the ’20s: The Campbell. Formerly known as the Campbell Apartment. The building is a legendary New York institution that belonged to John W. Campbell, a millionaire jazz amateur who financed the Big Bands of the first decades of the 20th century and turned his private office into a living room. cocktails in 1923.

The Ancient and New Campbell Bar ( The Campbell Apartment)

Located in the Grand Central Terminal

The Gerber Group, leader of the hotel industry that owns and operates many of the most famous bars and restaurants in the city, acquired the Campbell Apartment with the clear objective of restoring its original grandeur.

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