Residents enjoy the conveniences and security of quaint, small city living: a tailor, a dry cleaner, a health food store, a grocer, a post office, a bookstore, a pizza shop, small professional offices (doctors and lawyers), churches, and schools; along with the nearby amenities associated with the “big city life” of Omaha.
Saving money. I think this year there will be a trend towards finding ways to save money, whether it be in a retirement fund or your own fund for a rainy day. People are worried about the economy, so will want to have money set back in case of an emergency.
What is the concept behind Cafe Collage? To develop healthy eating habits and promote vegetarianism. I want to give customers the option of eating vegetables. And I, myself, like to eat vegetables.
Line refreshment tables with shower curtain skirts by taping them up around the sides. Cover with a cute tablecloth and then use baby washcloths and towels for hotpads to hold food.
Spain and Italy also have an enormous amount to offer. When many people think of Spain they tend to focus on the crowded coastal resorts. Although many people love to visit such resorts, if you want to visit the real Spain then it makes sense to head for the interior. Once there, you’ll fitness evolution villages that have hardly been touched by tourism.
Walking inside the chapel brings an immediate sense of peace. Burning candles engraved with pictures of saints accent the small stained glass windows (visitors can purchase these candles at the gift shop); small, simple wooden pews seem to invite humility. The altar is watched over by a statue of the Virgin Mary. You do not have to be of the Catholic faith to appreciate the spiritual aura; it is comforting to people from all walks of life. Sit a while and take in the aura. If there are other people, wait until they filter out. It is an invigorating experience to be alone in this place. If you’re more interested in photo opportunities, there are plenty. Take time to look at the wall plaques representing the Stations of the Cross.
In places like Italy, the laws can be quite different to what you are used to, thus you may end up paying large sums in fines, for doing something that is legal in other places of the world. For example, walking on the streets with an alcoholic beverage is considered to be illegal. Furthermore, sandcastles are illegal in some places of Italy.
The Rustic Altar overlooks a different body of water known as Matanzas Bay. The word “Matanzas” means “slaughters,” attesting to a historical tragedy when French Protestants were martyred on nearby Anastasia Island in late 1565. Despite its name, the bay provides a wonderful backdrop to the Great Cross. The chapel itself is covered with moss, accented with stained glass. Its official name is Nuestra Senora de la Leche – many places in St. Augustine still retain their Spanish names.