With all that you put into a day that will exhaust you, it is important that when you sleep it is a restful and deep sleep. In order to truly revitalize your body and have the energy you need the following day you should get 7-8 hours of solid and sound sleep. But the length of time is not the only concern about sleep. The quality of your sleep is just as important. Your mattress will play a role in what type of sleep you are able to enjoy. If you are one who has a high quality mattress then you probably get a much higher quality of sleep. See more at https://www.communitycounts.us/blog/how-to-sleep-8-hours-in-4-hours/ Continue reading
The South West Vietnam attracts crowds of tourists to visit many beautiful green fields, rivers and canals.
Below is some famous tourist destinations of the South West Vietnam that tourists should not missed.
Top 10 famous tourist destinations of the South West
Cai Rang Floating Market
Cai Rang is one of the famous river markets in the South West Vietnam and Cai Rang market is a famous place in the Mekong Delta( Read more ). The market specializes of fruits and agricultural products. In the morning, there are hundreds of large boat stays close together. People will hang the selling product on the pole in the boat so everyone will know what they selling without asking. Cai Rang floating market has become the most attractive tourist place of Can Tho. Continue reading
The National Hall building is iconic for its Italianate architecture and soaring views of the Saugatuck River. But soon the 140 year-old landmark will also be acclaimed for innovative cuisine as Vespa, a stylish Mediterranean restaurant, opens its doors in Westport.
Bobby Werhane graduated from Cornell’s hospitality school. But he’s the first to admit he wasn’t really into the industry.
A finance major, he did “what every Cornell lacrosse player does,” he says. He went to Wall Street. Continue reading
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Fresher, funkier, brasher, nouveau-rustico has come to Westport’s historic National Hall. Thanks to owner Bobby Werhane, who also owns a hip osteria in Manhattan, Vespa zipped into town with all the requisite icons on board, starting with its jazzy-jokey name (which has many meanings, among them yellow jacket or wasp). Stylish decor. Startlingly stark. Acres of counter space for nibbling crudo standing up and milling around with a glass of fine French or Italian wine in hand.