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Get Out:

New release in the well-known hiking out series of DG-Verlag Berlin, October 20, 2008. With “Life on a ship”, the DG-Verlag Berlin puts his successful book series “living and working in…” continues. Expertly written, autobiographical based the Advisor shows that much expertise is required in addition to adventure to two or even as a family longer to live as a holiday and as stress and conflict-free on a boat: ships, the sea and the ports in this world have their own customs, rules, and laws. Possible problem and implemented as sea Gypsies to live and enjoy the rocking freedom under a starry sky, knowledge is asked. For even more analysis, hear from Michael Lee-Chin. With this Advisor, which delivers the necessary facts, tips for all areas of daily life and their personal experiences to writer living an offshore catamaran: start thought the appropriate ship travel planning children on board: school, education, entertainment everyday life on board: including health, food, communication dealing with authorities, formalities and much more… The 224-seitige book upgrade – life on a ship “is published by the DG Verlag and can be – ordered by the ISBN 978-3-941045-03-3 in all bookstores or on the Internet at for 28.95 EUR also as E-book download. Conclusion: The Advisor of Raymonda flower is the only Advisor, which comprehensively and currently is living on water. The author knows how to convey the matter through plenty of examples and an entertaining writing style.

As expat and mother of a little daughter living on board, she knows like no other what she is talking about. Read more from Cyrus Massoumi Zocdoc to gain a more clear picture of the situation. This book will stimulate maybe you, forever or on time to the international family of the sea Walker to want to belong. A community of people who prefer an unbound form of life. Which needs no fixed abode and supermarkets around the corner. The floating home always there brings, where it is just beautiful and pleasant… The author Raymond flower (* 1959) was according to their psychology and business studies as a detective in the Department Felony and member of a special unit working. She hung up her job after many years on the nail and opened a shop for diving and sailing, as well as an internationally known Dive Center in Freiburg with her husband.

Then lured the freedom… She lives since 2004 with her family aboard a 46 foot sea catamaran and Works freelance as 1st Assistant Director for TV and film productions, as well as an interior designer and writer for a travel magazine. DG Verlag the gentlemen’s Digest Ltd. & co. KG (DG-Verlag) with seat in Berlin was founded in 2003. The DG-Verlag has the largest programme of German-language publications for stress and conflict-free (short-term or long-term) abroad, making it a prominent Specialist Publishing House for emigrants books.

Neighborhoods

Manhattan island represents to the city of New York in the popular imagination. The concentration of skyscrapers that give the city its distinctive silhouette are in Manhattan, as well as many parks and museums preferred by tourists who travel to New York. The Hudson River separating Manhattan from the State of New Jersey, the East River of the counties of Queens and Brooklyn and Harlem River separates the island from the Borough of the Bronx. Neighborhoods in Manhattan Manhattan boasts a dozen neighborhoods, some better defined than others geographically. Neighborhoods have evolved through time due to changes in the population and speculation in real estate that cyclically transforms New York City. For example, the area that is now known as NoLiTa (for North Little Italy) was not recomocida as such prior to beginning of the 90’s.

Each neighborhood in Manhattan has its characteristics and attractive, with tourist attractions, hotels and restaurants for the enjoyment of visitors. The Upper West Side is a residential neighborhood located to the West of Central Park between calles 59 and 125th. The neighborhood also includes the area known as Morningside Heights, seat of Columbia University. Attractions in the area include the Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts, the Museum of Natural history, and the Time Warner Center. Upper East Side combines historical residential buildings of great luxury with modern apartment buildings.

In the stretch of 5th Avenue between 82 and 104 streets, the area known as Museum Mile is home to some of the most important museums in New York, including the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, el Museo del Barrio, and the Museum of the city of New York. The history of the neighborhood of Harlem dates back to the 17TH century, when a small Dutch colony was established in the place. Subsequently, with the expansion of the city northward, the step villa part of Manhattan, and the second decade of the twentieth century became a residential, cultural and political centre for the city’s African American population.