October 2012

Luxury Style: RITZ-CARLTON Shanghai, Pudong

Posted By : tess0926/ 28 3

Los Angeles Times – Kobe Bryant has received a reported $6.7-million offer from an Italian team, but it was far from certain Bryant would play there, according to a person familiar with Bryant’s thought process. The lucrative offers, most of them real, keep rolling in for Kobe Bryant. He got a contract offer this week from an Italian pro team, though it was far from certain Bryant would play there, according to a person familiar with Bryant’s thought process.

The new offer is for a reported $6.7 million from Italian team Virtus Bologna, which begins its season Oct. 9 and would have to come up with a huge insurance policy to land Bryant, not to mention the actual cash to get the 13-time all-star to play on the perennially underachieving team.
Bryant, 33, is under contract with the Lakers for three more years and $83.5 million. He has several contract options from the Italian team, according to its general manager, including a shorter per-game deal that would work out to about $740,000 a game. All options are non-binding, allowing Bryant to return to the Lakers if the NBA lockout ends.

Even if Bryant doesn’t take the offer seriously, he continues to be a man in motion since having a non-invasive procedure on his bothersome right knee in Germany three months ago.

He made promotional appearances this summer in the Philippines, China and Singapore, scored 43 points in a pro-am game in Los Angeles, played in a celebrity soccer game in Washington, talked briefly with teams in Turkey and China about playing pro basketball there, and was headed to Europe for more paid appearances next week.

The league also canceled 43 exhibition games, three of them involving the Lakers: Oct. 9 vs. Golden State in Fresno, Oct. 12 vs. Atlanta in Ontario and Oct. 15 vs. Atlanta at Staples Center.
The Lakers were scheduled to open camp Oct. 4, with their annual media day taking place Oct. 3. Both events have been postponed indefinitely because of the lack of progress in NBA labor negotiations.

Travel Quiz: which international city is this?

Posted By : tess0926/ 29 3

Los Angeles Times – Kobe Bryant has received a reported $6.7-million offer from an Italian team, but it was far from certain Bryant would play there, according to a person familiar with Bryant’s thought process. The lucrative offers, most of them real, keep rolling in for Kobe Bryant. He got a contract offer this week from an Italian pro team, though it was far from certain Bryant would play there, according to a person familiar with Bryant’s thought process.

The new offer is for a reported $6.7 million from Italian team Virtus Bologna, which begins its season Oct. 9 and would have to come up with a huge insurance policy to land Bryant, not to mention the actual cash to get the 13-time all-star to play on the perennially underachieving team.
Bryant, 33, is under contract with the Lakers for three more years and $83.5 million. He has several contract options from the Italian team, according to its general manager, including a shorter per-game deal that would work out to about $740,000 a game. All options are non-binding, allowing Bryant to return to the Lakers if the NBA lockout ends.

Even if Bryant doesn’t take the offer seriously, he continues to be a man in motion since having a non-invasive procedure on his bothersome right knee in Germany three months ago.

He made promotional appearances this summer in the Philippines, China and Singapore, scored 43 points in a pro-am game in Los Angeles, played in a celebrity soccer game in Washington, talked briefly with teams in Turkey and China about playing pro basketball there, and was headed to Europe for more paid appearances next week.

The league also canceled 43 exhibition games, three of them involving the Lakers: Oct. 9 vs. Golden State in Fresno, Oct. 12 vs. Atlanta in Ontario and Oct. 15 vs. Atlanta at Staples Center.
The Lakers were scheduled to open camp Oct. 4, with their annual media day taking place Oct. 3. Both events have been postponed indefinitely because of the lack of progress in NBA labor negotiations.

Chicago SkyTower – 3 day city-break for only $599

Posted By : tess0926/ 21 3

Los Angeles Times – Kobe Bryant has received a reported $6.7-million offer from an Italian team, but it was far from certain Bryant would play there, according to a person familiar with Bryant’s thought process. The lucrative offers, most of them real, keep rolling in for Kobe Bryant. He got a contract offer this week from an Italian pro team, though it was far from certain Bryant would play there, according to a person familiar with Bryant’s thought process.

The new offer is for a reported $6.7 million from Italian team Virtus Bologna, which begins its season Oct. 9 and would have to come up with a huge insurance policy to land Bryant, not to mention the actual cash to get the 13-time all-star to play on the perennially underachieving team.
Bryant, 33, is under contract with the Lakers for three more years and $83.5 million. He has several contract options from the Italian team, according to its general manager, including a shorter per-game deal that would work out to about $740,000 a game. All options are non-binding, allowing Bryant to return to the Lakers if the NBA lockout ends.

Even if Bryant doesn’t take the offer seriously, he continues to be a man in motion since having a non-invasive procedure on his bothersome right knee in Germany three months ago.

He made promotional appearances this summer in the Philippines, China and Singapore, scored 43 points in a pro-am game in Los Angeles, played in a celebrity soccer game in Washington, talked briefly with teams in Turkey and China about playing pro basketball there, and was headed to Europe for more paid appearances next week.

The league also canceled 43 exhibition games, three of them involving the Lakers: Oct. 9 vs. Golden State in Fresno, Oct. 12 vs. Atlanta in Ontario and Oct. 15 vs. Atlanta at Staples Center.
The Lakers were scheduled to open camp Oct. 4, with their annual media day taking place Oct. 3. Both events have been postponed indefinitely because of the lack of progress in NBA labor negotiations.

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Posted By : tess0926/ 28 3

Los Angeles Times – Kobe Bryant has received a reported $6.7-million offer from an Italian team, but it was far from certain Bryant would play there, according to a person familiar with Bryant’s thought process. The lucrative offers, most of them real, keep rolling in for Kobe Bryant. He got a contract offer this week from an Italian pro team, though it was far from certain Bryant would play there, according to a person familiar with Bryant’s thought process.

The new offer is for a reported $6.7 million from Italian team Virtus Bologna, which begins its season Oct. 9 and would have to come up with a huge insurance policy to land Bryant, not to mention the actual cash to get the 13-time all-star to play on the perennially underachieving team.
Bryant, 33, is under contract with the Lakers for three more years and $83.5 million. He has several contract options from the Italian team, according to its general manager, including a shorter per-game deal that would work out to about $740,000 a game. All options are non-binding, allowing Bryant to return to the Lakers if the NBA lockout ends.

Even if Bryant doesn’t take the offer seriously, he continues to be a man in motion since having a non-invasive procedure on his bothersome right knee in Germany three months ago.

He made promotional appearances this summer in the Philippines, China and Singapore, scored 43 points in a pro-am game in Los Angeles, played in a celebrity soccer game in Washington, talked briefly with teams in Turkey and China about playing pro basketball there, and was headed to Europe for more paid appearances next week.

The league also canceled 43 exhibition games, three of them involving the Lakers: Oct. 9 vs. Golden State in Fresno, Oct. 12 vs. Atlanta in Ontario and Oct. 15 vs. Atlanta at Staples Center.
The Lakers were scheduled to open camp Oct. 4, with their annual media day taking place Oct. 3. Both events have been postponed indefinitely because of the lack of progress in NBA labor negotiations.

Bora Bora All Inclusive Vacation Packages

Posted By : tess0926/ 12

Are you tired of looking for a vacation to Bora Bora? Book with our Tahiti Specialists for your honeymoon,family, or couples vacation.

BORA BORA ALL INCLUSIVE OVERWATER BUNGALOW

Package Price $8900 for 2 more details

Le Meridien Bora Bora All Inclusive
7 Days/6 Nights  Bora Bora Overwater Bungalow package – Breakfast – Dinner Daily.

Our Tip:  All Inclusive with meals and drinks,should be priced out carefully for consideration.

 

 

 

Package Price $12.5K for 2 more details

Luxury Intercontinental Moorea -Bora Bora – Papeete Tahiti

11Days/10 Nights  Visit Moorea – Bora Bora – Tahiti Breakfast  Daily – Dinner in Bora Bora

Our Tip:  Big Trip!  Visit Three Islands includes three nights free.