In 1932 Ole Kirk Christiansen, who lived in Billund, Denmark, made the first Lego toys out of wood. Two years later Ole named his toys and his woodworking shop Lego, a contraction of the Danish words “leg godt,” meaning “play well.” In June of 1968 the first Legoland was opened in Billund on a 9-acre site. All buildings, landscapes and vehicles were built using standard Lego bricks. Legoland California is open 5 days each week of the year. Legoland is about a 55-mile drive from Costa Mesa.
Pizza is just one of those foods you can't turn down. Especially not this mashed potato pizza from Urbn that @crschau probably had all to themselves. I mean, I wouldn't share this pizza even if my brothers were all turtles named after Italian Renaissance painters. Let us know where you think the best pizza in San Diego is by leaving your recommendation in the comments. Better yet, Instagram it and tag it #myfab5! Cowabunga! Posted by @fatcatalyst #myfab5 #sandiego #pizza #urbn
Tatuajes con significado de familia - Batanga
Giusti 'Cat' Wall Hanging acquired in January 2012 from San Diego Shoreline Gallery -- 411 Market St. The term "Raku" came from Japan and has a variety of meanings. The application of "Raku" was first granted to a small ceramics workshop in Kyoto in the late 16th century by the warlord Hideyoshi, and was used both as a family name of the generation and as the name for the wares they produced. The Raku family was famous for producing tea bowls, but also made a variety of serving dishes for…
On January 14th, 2011 I got my first tattoo at the Blackbird Tattoo & Art Gallery in Nashville. My first name, Brenna, in Celtic/Gaelic means "Little Raven". In March 2011, I got my tattoo "black lighted" in San Diego, California at Hung's Tattoo Parlor.
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The Chip Merchant Operations Manager Named Finalist for San Diego Business Journal’s Women Who Mean Business Awards http://www.thechipmerchant.com/press/tanya-corriveau-women-who-mean-business-awards-finalist/
Our Lady of Guadalupe and Juan Diego
Discovered by the Germans in 1904, they named it San Diego, which of course means "a whale's vagina."