Wednesday, August 5, 2009

Traveling Dubai

Originally a small fishing settlement that became a busy port of call on the ancient trade route between Mesopotamia and the Indus Valley, the emirate was rapidly transformed into an international business centre and modern tourist destination following the discovery of oil in 1966.
Today Dubai ranks as the country's foremost commercial centre, a city whose skyline is constantly being upgraded with new developments providing the infrastructure and facilities needed for a progressive society, including world-class hotels, shopping plazas and outstanding sports facilities. Dubai Creek divides the city centre into two parts: Deira on the northern side and Bur Dubai to the south and each has its fair share of souks, restaurants, hotels, shopping malls and fine mosques.

Friday, July 31, 2009

Dubai Hotel Booking

About the Hotel "The Jumeirah Beach Hotel is part of the fabulous Jumeirah Beach Resort. The Resort comprises a state-of-the-art Water Park - Wild Wadi Water Park, the magnificent Burj Al Arab, a luxury villa complex - Beit Al Bahar, and of course, The Jumeirah Beach Hotel - an architectural icon built in the shape of a huge breaking wave. At The Jumeirah Beach Hotel - unrivalled facilities, discreet and friendly service - combine to create an atmosphere which sets new standards - in the Middle East and throughout the world. It is a place where beauty and function unite to create a hotel which continuously delights and enthralls - where cultures and lifestyles meet in a unique and cosmopolitan environment." Facilities : Business Center, 24 Hour Front Desk, Pets Allowed, Meeting/Banquet Facilities, Babysitting/Child Services, Dry Cleaning/Laundry/Valet Service, Free Airport Transfer, Restaurant, Concierge Desk, Cable TV Services, Beverage Area, Bank/ATM facilities, Complimentary Transportation Services, Valet Parking, Non smoking rooms, 24 Hour Room Service, Express Checkout, Golf, Fitness Center, Swimming Pool, Message Services, Tennis, Gift Shop, Beach, Air Conditioning, Alarm Clock, Refridgerator, Bath Tub, Radio, Hairdryer, Cable Satellite TV, Bathrobe, TV, Cancellation Policy : Cancellation 48 hrs prior to check in. No cancellation charge will be levied. Otherwise one room night charge

Travel Information Centres

Travel Information Centres - they're a one-stop shop for everything you need to get around London.
If you haven't been into one yet, you might be surprised at all the services and products available.
There are six centres which provide up-to-the-minute travel information and maps, and a team of multi-lingual, friendly advisers in each who can help you with:
Advice and sale of tickets including: Oyster pay as you go, Travelcards and Bus passes
Congestion Charge payments
Information and booking of Heathrow and Gatwick Express services and Southern train services between London Victoria and Gatwick Airport
Fast-track admission tickets to some of London's most popular tourist attractions, such as The Tower of London and Madam Tussauds
Booking and advice on rail and coach tours in Britain, Paris, Brussels and Brugge
Advice on any access requirements

Microsoft® Access® Software Details

Access 1.0 for DOS. This is not really a database program, but communications software. Available in 5.25" only. Retail sleeve 0785 Part No. 066-099-005. System Requirements: 256K memory, DOS 2.0 or higher, two double-sided disk drives or one hard disk, asynchronous communications adapter, modem. Includes three 360K 5.25" diskettes plus the following printed materials:License Agreement envelope (holds diskettes): Part No. 999-999-875Custom Menu Developer's Kit Order Card, 0885 Part No. 066-099-016Registration card, 0984 Part No. 999-999-886Microsoft products catalog, 1284 Part No. 999-999-888Promotional materials from: Dow Jones News/Retrieval, OAG Electronic Edition, MCI Mail, Western Union EasyLink Service, CompuServe, and NewsNetManuals:Quick Reference Guide, 24 pages, Document No. 990660005-100-R00-0685, Part No. 066-099-012Three ring binder, loose-leaf manual, 427 pages, Document Number: 990660004-101-R01-1285, Part Number: 066-099-029
1.Access 1.0 2.Access 1.1 3. Access 2.x(Office 4.x) 4. Access 95 (Office 95)
5. Access 97 (Office 97) 6. Access 2000 (Office 2000) 7. Access 2002 (Office XP)

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Thursday, July 30, 2009

1- What is gold ?

Gold is a comparatively dense, shiny, yellow metal. As an element, gold is quite resistant to corrosion (by oxygen, but also many other chemicals). There are medical (dentistry), chemical and industrial applications of gold. However, aside these rather limited applications (for which, in fact, gold often can be substituted with other materials like copper, ceramics etc.)
Symbol Au: A soft, yellow, corrosion-resistant element, the most malleable and ductile metal, occurring in veins and alluvial deposits and recovered by mining or by panning or sluicing. A good thermal and electrical conductor,

6- Karat System: Karat Gold Parts Gold Percentage Gold Normal Stamping 9 kt
9 in 24 37.50% 375 10 kt 10 in 24
41.67% .416 .12 kt.12 in 24. 50%. 500.14 kt. 14 in 24. 58.33%. 583 or 585. 18 kt. 18 in 24
75%. 750. 22 kt. 22 in 24. 91.67%. 917. 21 kt. 21 in 24. 87.5%. 875. 24 kt. 24 in 24. 99.99
%999 or .99999

Networking Understanding TCP/IP

When you configure the TCP/IP protocol on a Microsoft Windows computer, an IP address, subnet mask, and usually a default gateway are required in the TCP/IP configuration settings.To configure TCP/IP correctly, it is necessary to understand how TCP/IP networks are addressed and divided into networks and subnetworks. This article is intended as a general introduction to the concepts of IP networks and subnetting. A glossary is included at the end of article.