Hotel International - L'année Du Dragon (Original Mix)

Hotel International - L'année Du Dragon (Original Mix)

Pitbull - International Love ft. Chris Brown

Pitbull - International Love ft. Chris Brown

Pitbull's official music video for 'International Love' ft. Chris Brown. Click to listen to Pitbull on Spotify: http://smarturl.it/PBSpot?IQid=PitIL As featured on Planet Pit. Click to buy the track or album via: iTunes: http://smarturl.it/PPPiTunes?IQid=PitIL Google Play: http://smarturl.it/PILPlay?IQid=PitIL Amazon: http://smarturl.it/PPPAm?IQid=PitIL More from Pitbull Timber: https://youtu.be/hHUbLv4ThOo Rain Over Me: https://youtu.be/SmM0653YvXU Give Me Everything: https://youtu.be/EPo5wWmKEaI Follow Pitbull Website: http://www.pitbullmusic.com Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pitbull Twitter: https://twitter.com/pitbull Subscribe to Pitbull on YouTube: http://smarturl.it/PITSub?IQid=PitIL More great Global Hits videos here:http://smarturl.it/GHPlaylist?IQid=PitIL --------- Lyrics: You can't catch me boy I am overseas at about a hundred Gs for sure Don't test me boy (don't test me boy) 'cause I rap with the best Fo' sho three oh five to the death of me Cremate my body let the ocean have what's left of me But for now forget about that Blow the whistle, baby you're the referee You put it down like New York City I never sleep wild like Los Angeles My fantasy hotter than Miami I feel the heat Oh oh oh oh it's international love Oh oh oh oh it's international love"

sit-in des employés de l'Hotel international tunisie

sit-in des employés de l'Hotel international tunisie

sit-in des employés de l'Hotel international tunisie Website : www.TunisiaFace.Net Facebook: www.facebook.com/Tunisia.Face.1 Twitter: twitter.com/Tunisiaface Youtube: www.youtube.com/tunisiaface email: tunisiaface@hotmail.fr

How Beirut's Commodore Hotel became a safe haven for the world's media | War Hotels

How Beirut's Commodore Hotel became a safe haven for the world's media | War Hotels

Filmmaker: Abdallah El Binni After the fighting in the Lebanese civil war had led to the destruction of several of Beirut's famous, luxury hotels like the Holiday Inn, Phoenicia, St Georges, the Commodore became the news media's hotel of choice. Located deep in West Beirut, it was tucked between taller buildings that usually took the brunt of shell and mortar fire. When the war broke out in 1975 between right-wing Christian parties supported by Israel and the US fighting left-wing Muslim groups allied with Yasser Arafat's Palestinian Liberation Organisation (PLO), Beirut's hotel district became a war zone. The warring factions vied to establish a foothold in the district's high-rise hotels which often offered snipers a vantage point and other fighters strategic positions to launch attacks. As fighting intensified and each group claimed more territory, many international journalists covering the war ventured out from the Commodore to other parts of the city to report on the action. They'd return to the Commodore to file their stories using facilities made available by millionaire hotelier Yousef Nazzal. Hailed as the 'godfather' of the international press, Nazzal's astute action and international connections allowed Beirut's Commodore to become a global centre for news and information. "Yousef Nazzal was a young man then, and he seemed to have an extraordinary uncanny ability to know what journalists wanted and he realised quickly and brilliantly that journalists would need first of all, above all good communications," according to former BBC Middle East correspondent Tim Llewellyn, one of the Commodore's many patrons. Nazzal already had lines and telex machines from his existing businesses but got hold of extra lines to accommodate reporters' demands. As the war spread and militias took control of different neighbourhoods, the challenge for the Commodore was to keep the hotel safe for its media guests. "The Commodore Hotel was safe. And so you could be there and it's quite bizarre, you could be in a safe enclave and then you went out into a very grave civil war," says Jonathan Dimbleby, who went to Beirut as a young correspondent for ITV. But life for the journalists staying at the Commodore was tough, especially under the Israeli invasion of Lebanon and siege of Beirut in 1982. They, like others in West Beirut, were subject to Israel's indiscriminate shelling. But "if the Commodore had not been there, the Israeli invasion would not have been so well reported," according to Robert Fisk, former Times Middle East correspondent, now with The Independent. He and other foreign journalists were able to get the real story out. "The Beirut Siege was an eye opener for many correspondents who only eaten the Israeli story until then." Following the Israeli withdrawal from Beirut in 1983, Christian and Muslim militias tussled for control of different Beirut districts, with the Commodore in the middle of the mayhem. Its safe haven status for journalists began to fall away, especially when the kidnappings began. "The fear of kidnapping started around '84," says Fisk. "I had an attempt of kidnapping me at Madame Curie street very close to the Commodore. I certainly realised that it was the first time I started getting really frightened. And then of course not long afterwards Terry Anderson was kidnapped, the longest held hostage for almost 7 years and then we all realised that we are in trouble". Terry Anderson was the senior Associated Press correspondent who was kidnapped on 16th January 1985 on his way to the Commodore Hotel. By April 1986, 30 foreign nationals had been kidnapped in Lebanon, including Terry Waite, the special envoy to the British Archbishop of Canterbury, who was ironically on a mission to negotiate the release of hostages. By the mid-1980s, most foreign reporters had pulled out of Beirut and the Commodore became yet another victim of the war. - Subscribe to our channel: http://aje.io/AJSubscribe - Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/AJEnglish - Find us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/aljazeera - Check our website: https://www.aljazeera.com/

Trump Cleans Bathrooms and Works as a Waiter and Bell Hop at his Hotel

Trump Cleans Bathrooms and Works as a Waiter and Bell Hop at his Hotel

"Am I allowed to accept tips?" asks Donald Trump spending a day in the shoes of his employees at Trump Tower Chicago. Aired on the Oprah Winfrey show, 2011.

Hotel International: L'Année Du Dragon (WILD 019)

Hotel International: L'Année Du Dragon (WILD 019)

Hotel International L'Année Du Dragon (Cat. Wild 019) Tracklising: -Original Mix -Jokers Of The Scene Sun Ray Apartments Remix -Morgan Hammer Remix We're very excited to introduce Franz Kirmann's new project for the label. Man of many aliases and many projects, eternal schizophrenic, label manager, Dj, geek and pretty secretive, Franz seems in permanent identity crisis, like some kind of French Woody Allen. He first got noticed in 2009 when Laurent Garnier took on to heavily play his first EP "Little Baby Eyes", a delicately crafted piece of dreamy electronica and the subsequent album Random Access Memories, an ambient / cinematic record closer to the world of Warp than the nostalgic disco record recently released by some other French men... In permanent need of making music of different kind, Franz has since released more music under his own name but also as Sir Ouakam and as part of duo Piano Interruped. 2013 sees the man working on yet another project. Hotel International is balearic, nostalgic and dreamy, flirting with New Wave sounds and shoegazing. After his remix for Eskimo Twins last December and his edit of Simple Minds' "This Fear Of Gods" released earlier this year, "L'Année Du Dragon" is Hotel International fist original release. "I wanted to do something quite pop and cinematic, emotional and uplifting, but also driving at the same time... When I started working on it, I was jamming with a synth and started playing that line that basically sounds like a rip off of Don Henley's Boys Of Summer... In the end I decided to leave it on the track as it gives a nostalgic feel. It's pretty cheesy but it somehow gives the track a familiar feel, like if you knew it already" Already played by Mugwump (who charted it number 1 in their June RA chart), Sean Johnston (Hardway Bros / A Love From Outer Space) or Eskimo Twins, "L'Année Du Dragon" comes with two remixes by Morgan Hammer and Jokers Of The Scene. Rising producer and DJ on the French techno scene, Morgan Hammer has recently released with Relish Recordings and Clouded Vision. Her remix of "L'Année Du Dragon" boasts everything we like about her... a dark and funked up synth bass, minimal melodies and deranged drones flirting over blasting drums... the boys of summer have left the building. The second remix comes courtesy of Canada finest purveyors of dance music, the mighty Jokers Of The Scene. Epic doesn't even begin to describe the reinvention of the track under the Jokers expert hands and ears... Rising for a good 3 minute before even a kick drum can be heard, this could easily be the soundtrack to Drive 2 (especially if directed by John Carpenter), but things quickly get in gear and the remix takes off to the sky in a cascade of sounds where acid lines intertwine with heavenly pads and cosmic melodies, keeping in with the emotional and romantic tones of the original. Released date 22nd Of July 2013 Credits Hotel International "L'Année Du Dragon" (WILD019) Written and produced by Franz Kirmann Mixed by Olly The Octopus "Morgan Hammer remix" Additional production and remix by Morgan Hammer "Jokers Of The Scene Sun Ray Apartments Remix" Additional production and remix by Jokers Of The Scene More info: daysofbeingwild.corp@gmail.com Buy it here: http://daysofbeingwildcorp.bandcamp.com/album/lann-e-du-dragon

Int'l Ghasr Talaee Hotel

Int'l Ghasr Talaee Hotel

هتل بین المللی قصر طلائی هتل پنج ستاره Ghasr Talaee International Hotel

Incheon Int'l Airport opens capsule hotel for transit, late-night passengers

Incheon Int'l Airport opens capsule hotel for transit, late-night passengers

인천공항 캡슐호텔 '다락 휴' 20일부터 운영 개시 To provide the most comfortable rest for transit or late-night passengers,... Incheon International Airport opened the nations' first capsule hotel. Our Oh Jung-hee files us this report from the airport. Using an airport can be strenuous, especially if there are layovers, cancellations, and delays. But a new service has opened at Korea's main gateway, to make traveling a much more pleasant experience. Incheon International Airport opened the very first capsule hotel in Korea called 'Darak Hyu,' meaning 'a rest in the attic,'... and started services on Friday. The capsule hotel has sixty rooms of four different types... with prices ranging from 7-thousand to 11-thousand Korean won per hour, or roughly six to nine U.S. dollars. "The rooms are small but fully equipped... to give transit and late-night passengers a comfortable stay. And unlike the original capsule hotels, the rooms have a full-sized bed and a shower." With a keyless system integrated into the Internet of Things, users can open doors, check in or out, and even control lighting and room temperatures just by using a smartphone app. "We believe the capsule hotel can enhance convenience for customers, while strengthening the airport's competence. With this hotel and services in mind, passengers will have more options in terms of scheduling their departure and arrival times along their journeys." Airport users overall showed positive expectations towards the capsule hotel. "People could wait for their flights in a more comfortable way than just sitting on the benches here. Staying in the hotel would be also nice for customers whose flights depart at dawn or for those who come from faraway regions." "Some stops are 7 hours so I cannot go out to the city and I have to stay for transfer. and I really want to take shower. If its around 7 dollars per hour, it's quite affordable for us students. The capsule hotel is expected to lessen the downsides of any journey and provide passengers going through Incheon International Airport with a more relaxed and comfortable experience. Oh Jung-hee, Arirang News. Visit ‘Arirang News’ Official Pages Facebook(NEWS): http://www.facebook.com/newsarirang Homepage: http://www.arirang.com Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/arirangtv Twitter: http://twitter.com/arirangworld Instagram: http://instagram.com/arirangworld

Hotel International Bonjour! Le francais de l´hôtellerie et de la gastronomie

Hotel International   Bonjour! Le francais de l´hôtellerie et de la gastronomie

ANTONIA - Hotel Lounge | Official Video

ANTONIA - Hotel Lounge | Official Video

Music video by Antonia performing the single "Hotel Lounge". (C) & (P) 2018 Global Records Booking & Licensing: booking@globalrecords.com | +40.0757.104.166 https://globalbooking.ro/antonia/ licensing: licensing@globalrecords.com "Hotel Lounge" Download / Streaming: iTunes: https://geo.itunes.apple.com/us/album/id1388497633 Spotify: http://open.spotify.com/album/40ToSrOa7304QW4loL6KbC You can find merchandise by ANTONIA here: http://www.thisisantonia.com/ Producers: Marco&Seba, David Ciente Songwriters: PJ, Marco&Seba, David Ciente, Antonia Director: Bogdan Paun (NGM Creative) DoP: Alexandru Muresan (NGM Creative) Video Production: Loops Production Video shot at One Herastrau Park | https://oneunited.ro/ Antonia Online: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/AntoniaOfficial Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/antonia Twitter: https://twitter.com/AntoniaMusician Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/user/ThisIsAntonia Global Records Online: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/GlobalRecordsCom Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/GlobalRecords Official Site: http://globalrecords.com Twitter: https://twitter.com/GlobalRecordsRO Toate drepturile sunt rezervate. Orice upload neautorizat al acestui videoclip este ilegal si poate fi raportat oricand la Youtube. All rights reserved. Unauthorized reproduction is a violation of applicable laws. In order to avoid copyright infringement, please do not upload this video on your channel.

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