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New Zealand Prime Minister announces immediate ban on all assault weapons

New Zealand will ban military-style semi-automatic and assault rifles under tough new gun laws following the killing of 50 people in the country's worst mass shooting, Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern said on Thursday. In the immediate aftermath of Friday's shootings at two mosques in Christchurch, Ms Ardern labelled the attack as terrorism and said New Zealand's gun laws would change. "On 15 March our history changed forever. Now, our laws will too. We are announcing action today on be...
Tags: News, Australia, New Zealand, Pacific, Christchurch, Nz, Bush, Botanical Garden, Federated Farmers, Tarrant, Marty Melville, Jacinda Ardern, Ardern, Ms Ardern, Christchurch Ms Ardern, Federated Farmers Rural Security


The Most Unconventional Berlin Bucket List

illustrations: Berk Karaoglu.  We decided to rethink the concept of a conventional bucket list and came up with scenarios that shamelessly embrace Berlin’s potential as the backdrop of some memorable experiences. And ‘’memorable’’ is actually somewhat of an understatement here – some of these shenanigans are simply unforgettable, even if some parties involved may indeed wish otherwise. While we are by no means condoning every single one of these actions, let alone encourage anyone to draw any...
Tags: Fashion, Hollywood, Sex, Adventure, Germany, Angela Merkel, Berlin, Darkroom, Humor, Stories, Alex, Irony, Bucket List, Botanical Garden, Mustafa, Berghain


Sightseeing in Orlando: 3 Essential Tips for Travelers

Orlando is not only a major American metropolis, but also the capital of entertainment, which in the future will overshadow the famous Las Vegas. Today, Orlando is one of the fastest growing cities in the world, but until the middle of the last century, it was just a small settlement. The brilliant Walt Disney’s idea turned Orlando’s life upside down. The amusement park Walt Disney World, built on an empty place of the city, made it the country’s biggest tourist attraction. Since then the city...
Tags: Travel, Sponsored, Marilyn Monroe, Walt Disney World, Walt Disney, Orlando, Travelers, Botanical Garden, Ripley, Kennedy Space Center, Orlando Airport, Ocala National Forest, Robert Ripley, Green Motion, Orlando Fashion Square, Lake Eola


Posh Southern Wedding in a Botanical Garden

We’re absolutely positive that Carmen + Seth’s romantic Southern wedding in Birmingham, Alabama will give you all the warm fuzzies you need for this week. Not only because of the undeniably lovely details, put together by Alabama’s finest team of vendors, but also the groom’s sweetest gesture a bride could ever ask for. Stay a little longer if you’re a fan of a large outdoor wedding filled with sooo much greenery. View full post
Tags: Alabama, Wedding, Botanical Garden, Birmingham Alabama, Real Weddings, Garden Wedding, Aldridge Gardens, Becky's Brides, Eric & Jamie Photography, Vera Flora, Carmen Seth


Best orchid gardens in the world

Few flowering plant families are as diverse and geographically widespread as the orchid family, or Orchidaceae. Twenty-five thousand orchid species have been identified around the world. Some are dainty with monochromatic petals; others have big bulbous bodies and loud patterns like bright spots or stripes. Still others have the look, smell, and feel of a female bee (check out Ophrys to see for yourself) or resemble a monkey’s face (see Dracula aphrodes and Dracula marsupialis). For the best ...
Tags: Travel, Singapore, Malaysia, Botanic Gardens, All, Orchids, Botanical Garden, Durban South Africa, Atlanta Botanical Garden, Orchid House, Perdana Botanical Garden, National Orchid Garden, Singapore Botanic Gardens Singapore, Chanya, Orchid Gardens, Tyersall Gallop Entrance


Most Photogenic Spots to Find in Sydney

Sydney is famous for its harbors and ports because there are quite in numbers. As an addition to that, there are also some beaches that you can find in Sydney. That is one reason why you might be able to find a lot of people in Sydney with the similar photo background of water, harbors, and beaches. If you are also thinking about finding the best spots to take a picture, there are some nice photogenic spots that you might want to try in Sydney. Here are some of them. The first one is on the bri...
Tags: Travel, Sydney, Art Gallery, Botanical Garden, Botanical Garden Botanical Garden


10 Fun Activities to Get Rid of Your Winter Blues in Berlin

The beloved cozy Christmas atmosphere with all its lights, markets and holiday feels are gone, even the excitement and glitter of New Year’s Eve has faded. The new year leaves us longing for more happy celebrations, but instead, gloomy January has taken their place to spread his dreaded winter blues. I can’t tell you how bad it gets to me, every time. Since I was very quickly over Netflix and couch after the fourth night in the row, I thought about what other activities in Berlin could brighten ...
Tags: Wellness, Fashion, Music, Winter, Restaurants, Berlin, Bars, Fun, Netflix, Activity, Theater, Market, Hans Christian Andersen, Spa, Grimm, Botanical Garden


Crowd-Sourced Botany

Citizen scientists making observations of invasive Tree of Heaven (Ailanthus altissima) along Newtown Creek As a botanist at the New York Botanical Garden, Daniel Atha had travelled all over the world to study plants in their native habitats.  Then, one day, it occurred to him that he knew more about the plants of Belize than those of New York, the city he calls home. That has changed.  Since the beginning of 2017, Atha has, in combination with NYBG’s Vice President for Conservation ...
Tags: Gardening, New York, Texas, Uncategorized, United States, Citizen Science, California Academy of Sciences, Belize, New York Botanical Garden, Botanical Garden, Lower East Side, Science Says, NYBG, NYC Parks Department, Newtown Creek, New York Botanical Garden Daniel Atha


Botanical Gardens that Mix Botanics with Fine Art

Read the full article on PeterGreenberg.com at - Botanical Gardens that Mix Botanics with Fine Art You might want to shift gears and pick a Botanical Garden over another museum the next time you travel. Many botanical gardens are combining botanics and fine art. Not that... Read More... The post Botanical Gardens that Mix Botanics with Fine Art appeared first on Peter Greenberg Travel Detective.
Tags: Travel, Botanical Garden, PeterGreenberg, Peter Greenberg, Botanical Gardens


Free and cheap activities in NYC

It’s a given that the holiday and winter season is an expensive time of the year, and New York City in itself can get pretty pricey. All the eating, tipping, sightseeing, and shopping quickly adds up. It’s easy to cut back and figure out cheaper alternatives to shopping and eating at fancy places, but the one thing you don’t want to sacrifice are the activities — you came to NYC to experience NYC. Luckily, there are myriad things you can do that still provide an authentic experience without h...
Tags: Travel, Travel Planning, La, New York City, Brooklyn, Mta, Amy Poehler, Broadway, Santa, Rockefeller Center, NICK, Chinatown, Botanical Garden, UCB, Botanical Gardens, Dyker Heights


Southern Hemisphere spring travel

While the northern hemisphere prepares for the shorter days and colder nights of fall, people south of the equator are venturing outdoors to soak up the sun. From South America to Oceania, spring is here in the Southern Hemisphere — and now is the perfect time to visit. Travel south now and you’ll beat the heat — and crowds — of these destinations’ summer months. You’ll also find that most places offer killer travel deals this time of year. Instead of raking leaves and adding layers, come che...
Tags: Travel, Travel Planning, South Africa, Santiago, Sydney, New Zealand, Cape Town, Patagonia, South America, Venice, Buenos Aires, Queenstown, Table Mountain, Oceania, South Island, Atacama Desert


Best Artistic Places to Visit in Sydney

Sydney is the city that has a lot of diverse attractions to offer to its visitors. From Bondi beach activities to magnificent Botanical Garden, this city is one of the most popular tourist destinations. But besides all these things, Sydney can also show you more if you let it. This Australian metropolis is also a home to a variety of artistic places with galleries and museums that have impressive collections. But that is not all since street art and exhibitions are also sights to behold and ad...
Tags: Travel, Hong Kong, Australia, New South Wales, Sydney, Travel Blog, Bondi Beach, Bondi, Botanical Garden, NSW, ACP, Chiswick, Japan USA, Archibald Prize, Victoria Building, Jam Project


Madeira: A green oasis on a blue ocean

It was discovered by the Portuguese in 1418 and is in the Atlantic Ocean, just 1h30 from Lisbon. This is made up of the islands of Madeira, Porto Santo, wild and deserted islands. Because it is a place close to the continent, it becomes a perfect destination to find the balance of mind and body frequently. The sympathy, the landscape of exuberant natural beauty and the mild climate presented as the main attractions of this island invite tourists all year round. Tradition and customs also deser...
Tags: Travel, England, Sweden, Portugal, Norway, Travel Blog, Lisbon, Northern Europe, Atlantic Ocean, Botanical Garden, MADEIRA, Pico, Espada, Porto Santo, Caco, Poncha


UNStudio unveils twisting Green Spine high-rise proposal for Melbourne

Dutch architecture practice UNStudio and Australian firm Cox Architecture have unveiled “Green Spine,” their proposal for the $2-billion Southbank Precinct overhaul in Melbourne, Australia. Selected as part of a shortlist that includes the likes of BIG and OMA, UNStudio and Cox Architecture have envisioned a twisting, greenery-covered high-rise for the 6,191-square-meter Southbank by Beulah site. The mixed-use development will be integrated into the urban fabric with a wide array of programmati...
Tags: Energy, Design, Marketplace, Australia, Architecture, Gallery, Melbourne, Carousel Showcase, Cbd, Vertical Garden, Mixed-use, Botanical Garden, Melbourne Australia, UNStudio, Southbank, Beulah


Pygmy hippopotamus Francesca dies at Oklahoma City Zoo

OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) — Francesca, a female pygmy hippo that “I Want a Hippopotamus For Christmas” singer Gayla Peevey welcomed to Oklahoma City’s zoo in December, has died at age 26. The Oklahoma City Zoo and Botanical Garden announced Francesca’s death Wednesday and said caretakers examined the hippo last week after she showed signs of […]
Tags: News, Ap, Oklahoma City, Botanical Garden, Francesca, Oklahoma City Zoo, Nation & World, Gayla Peevey


Last few days in Warsaw.

1.06.18. Walk to the Park Today we decided to remain outdoors to enjoy the remarkable weather in Warsaw. A parkland walk to the Botanical Garden and azienki Park.We set off from The Old Town past the Royal Castle and the current Presidential
Tags: Travel, Warsaw, Old Town, Botanical Garden, Royal Castle


Botanical Garden Wedding with Dusty Rose Hues

Juleah + Taylor are one heck of an adorable couple – and they’ve got some pretty amazing taste too. From his snazzy floral groom attire to their handmade succulent favors, their botanical garden wedding is GOALS to say the least. We love the way they made each element personable to their story, and are equally as obsessed with their decision to make a Mexican food truck their catering king. Let’s dive in! View full post
Tags: Outdoor, Wedding, Botanical Garden, Garden Weddings, Dusty Rose, Everence Photography, Succulent Favors, Juleah Taylor


Florida Botanical Garden Wedding with a Vintage Wedding Gown

It doesn’t get much better than a vintage wedding gown, does it? That’s what we thought, until we saw Kindra’s pièce de résistance in the midst of sunshine rays and tropical palms. Her + Matt’s botanical garden wedding in Naples, Florida, is everything we love about this corner of our continent. Complete with fuchsia, flamingos and strings of market lights, this vibrant celebration is sure to brighten your day! Get ready for a whole lotta color + a whole lotta charm in these pictures from Ash...
Tags: Wedding, Botanical Garden, Naples Florida, Garden Weddings, Carol Hannah, Tropical Weddings, Kindra, Ashtyn Brooke Photo, Kaleidoscope Floral, Vintage Wedding Dresses, Florida Botanical Garden Wedding, Ashtyn Brooke Photo View


Mural at Cincinnati Zoo will feature its famous hippo, Fiona

CINCINNATI (AP) — Fiona the hippo — already the inspiration for a line of beer, T-shirts and an ice cream flavor — will soon be the subject of a large mural at the Cincinnati Zoo. ArtWorks and the Cincinnati Zoo and Botanical Garden say they will produce a mural this summer to honor the premature […]
Tags: Travel, News, Ap, Cincinnati, Cincinnati Zoo, Botanical Garden, Fiona, Nation & World


Odyssey 2018 Flowers flamingos emus and wallabies

Spring has finally sprung The temperature in Tours reached 73 degrees by midafternoon under mostly sunny skies and we made the most of our good fortune. We decided to walk to the nearby Botanical Garden and afterwards ride the 4 bus to reach the Ch
Tags: Travel, Botanical Garden


Fiona The Hippo Predicts Who Will Win The Super Bowl

Fiona, the “superstar” hippopotamus from the Cincinnati Zoo and Botanical Garden, has revealed her Super Bowl pick.
Tags: News, Cincinnati Zoo, Botanical Garden, Fiona, Fiona the Hippo


An Urban Road Trip around the Southwest of Berlin

Sponsored Sometimes when we follow our everyday life in our little neighborhoods traveling between a maximum of three districts from work, to the girlfriend, and back home, we completely forget how big Berlin actually is and how much there is to discover beyond our usual comfort zone. And as we need to soak up as much daylight as possible in the darker and colder season of the year we have all the more reason to go out and explore the city beyond the S-Bahn ring. Thanks to the multiple comfort...
Tags: Fashion, Berlin, Urban, Museums, Bmw, Dresden, Road Trip, Southwest, Botanical Garden, Harman Kardon, Bahn, Dahlem, Rae Allen, Teufelsberg, Zehlendorf, Botanischer Garten


Tulip or Not Tulip – THAT was the Question by Bob Hill

There is a soldiers and sailors memorial garden near the center of my small Ohio River town that also pays homage to our local police and firemen. Nobody wanted to leave anybody out. It’s just that kind of town. When we moved here to Utica, IN about 40 years ago the tilted remains of an old house were perched at that corner, an eyesore that gave way to a wrecking crew. It was followed by some local guys with a few thousand bricks who created a semi-circular wall about five feet tall, most of the...
Tags: Gardening, Indiana, Amsterdam, Cincinnati Zoo, Botanical Garden, Utica, Ohio River, Keukenhof, Bob Hill, Darling, It's the Plants, Gardens of Kukenhof, Gardens of Keukenhof, Keukenhof Tulip


Oklahoma City zoo says nation’s oldest giraffe dies at 32

OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) — The Oklahoma City zoo says the oldest giraffe in an American zoo has died at the age of 32. A Rothschild’s giraffe named Ursula died Wednesday afternoon. The Oklahoma City Zoo and Botanical Garden said female giraffes typically live 19½ years. The zoo said Ursula suffered from chronic arthritis in her […]
Tags: News, Ap, Ursula, Oklahoma City, Botanical Garden, Rothschild, Oklahoma City Zoo, Nation & World


November tax moves to make you, not the IRS, thankful

My mind boggles at the number of Thanksgiving pumpkin pies that can be made from this collection! It's just a small part of the Dallas Arboretum and Botanical Garden's 2017 pumpkin patch. (Photo by Kay Bell) Hello, November. You're a welcome month, as you bring us cooler weather, Thanksgiving goodies (yay pumpkin pies!) and some time to make year-end tax moves. In fact, we get even more time, an extra hour this month thanks to the end of Daylight Savings Time and rolling back our clocks 6...
Tags: Amazon, Taxes, Congress, Gop, Irs, Botanical Garden, Congressional, Internal Revenue Service, Kay Bell, Dallas Arboretum


November tax moves to make you, not the IRS, thankful

My mind boggles at the number of Thanksgiving pumpkin pies that can be made from this collection! It's just a small part of the Dallas Arboretum and Botanical Garden's 2017 pumpkin patch. (Photo by Kay Bell) Hello, November. You're a welcome month, as you bring us cooler weather, Thanksgiving goodies (yay pumpkin pies!) and some time to make year-end tax moves. In fact, we get even more time, an extra hour this month thanks to the end of Daylight Savings Time and rolling back our clocks 6...
Tags: Amazon, Congress, Marketing, Gop, Irs, Botanical Garden, Congressional, Internal Revenue Service, Kay Bell, Dallas Arboretum


PHOTO: Bee Harvests Pollen at the Botanical Garden in Copenhagen, Denmark

During an idyllic afternoon at the Botanical Garden in Copenhagen, Denmark, I found this bee harvesting pollen from the flowers. The garden is located in the center of the city, on 24 acres of rolling landscape. Part of the Natural History Museum of Denmark, the goal of the Botanical Garden in Copenhagen is to add to the knowledge and understanding of the diversity of the vegetable and fungi kingdom. The centerpiece of the park is the 1874 Palm House, a Victorian era glass greenhouse that p...
Tags: Travel, Daily Photo, Photography, Culture, Denmark, Copenhagen, Cultural Travel, Botanical Garden, Copenhagen Denmark, Natural History Museum of Denmark, Palm House


Bellevue Staycation – Exploring the Eastside with Your Family!

Bellevue Staycation Ideas My family loves staycations. They are a way we can get out, and explore, relax or whatever our agenda is at that time, without having to deal with flights, or really long drives, etc. They are also great weekend opportunities, when you do not have alot of time for a vacation. The other thing I really like about staycations, is that they are often more affordable then a standard vacation. We have shared over 100 ideas of free or low cost things to do on a Staycation i...
Tags: Macys, Bellevue, Lincoln Center, Seattle, Money Saving, Frugality, WIC, Mall, Botanical Garden, Issaquah, Cheesecake Factory, Bellevue Washington, Din Tai Fung, Crossroads Mall, Bellevue Botanical Garden, Tutta Bella Neapolitan Pizzeria


10 Reasons to Visit Padua

Amongst cities in the Veneto, Venice takes center stage. But in nearby Padua, visitors can enjoy important art and architecture without jostling hordes of tourists. Padua (Padova in Italian) is easily accessible by train from Venice and rich with its own historical splendor. It is home to one of the oldest universities in the world, a traditional open market, canals, churches and endless arcaded streets fit for wandering. Magnificent art aside, one of Padua’s greatest gifts is its authenticity. ...
Tags: Travel, Europe, Wikipedia, Rome, Unesco, Italy, Vatican, Venice, Christ, Anthony, Dante, Piazza, James, Odeo, Botanical Garden, George


Visit the LA Arboretum for free next week

A peacock wanders at the Los Angeles Arboretum and Botanical Garden, which offers free admission on the third Tuesday of the month. (File photo by Nict Ut, Associated Press) The third Tuesday of the month, enjoy the beautiful Los Angeles Arboretum on 127 acres in Arcadia for free. The next third Tuesday will be Sept. 19. The arboretum has plants, a waterfall, ponds, wildlife and more, with botanical specimens from all over the world including an African and Australian garden. Historic buildin...
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