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Silken Hotel Chain

The Silken hotel chain, will launch in a very short time, a new hotel with rooms and services that will help the guest to sleep like never before. Among some of its services the hotel will feature: soothing music, aromatherapy, massages, pillows, mattresses, special feeding, and more. Hear other arguments on the topic with Tony Parker. In summary, this hotel will be your rest enclosure. Who visit this Seville hotel, may meet with a series of products designed to promote relaxation and so to sleep well. Already from the vamos, its rooms will be more comfortable than an average hotel. You will have a great selection of mattresses and pillows. You no longer have excuses for having good dreams.

It is for this reason that Seville will become the first Spanish city to provide the tourist service of restful sleep. This new hotel will be called: dreams with us. The main objective of the same will be lead to the ideal conditions to achieve the best possible sleep. Going further into the details, the rooms shall provide for aromatherapy, with aromas such as the lavender. The mattresses will have reinforced lumbar area. There will also be 5 pillows with different shapes, so can adapt to almost anyone who uses them.

As the atmosphere is also very important, there will be an exclusive selection of relaxing music, and infusions of plants that help to relax. Speaking of the menu for Diners, they have elaborate dishes under the supervision of experts, with all ingredients that help digestion. As if all appointed previously outside little, customers will have access to a sauna, Turkish bath and massage service. If you want to cut with the routine and have a refreshing experience, don’t hesitate to visit it. More than 600 rooms of pure will be pleasure. AbsoluteBeds.com Latex mattresses at very low price.

Heavy Infantry

While he was a bit older than him, he had military experience and was noted for his strength, temperament and skill in the art of war. I was definitely intended to bring the glory as a great general of the republic. The camp along the river Aufidus, divided into two sections, a larger camp on the right side of the river and a small one on the left bank. Thousands of soldiers in a row coming through its doors every hour, forming a large congestion entry, they all came for the big showdown. On the plains of Cannae would battle southeast of the Apennine peninsula. The place had been taken by the forces of Hannibal, which triggered the mobilization of the Romans to be a strategic point for both trade flows and for the army’s food supply. The enemy camp was on the opposite bank of the river, within walking distance.

Everything was ready for the decisive battle. Once inside the camp, the war was a reality. The first thing that surprised them both is the magnitude of the camp. It was a real city by the thousands of men and stores. The military environment is associated with the blows of the blacksmith, strong smells, with pigs and chickens across the street. As for the attitude of the troops, rather than fear, perceived concern. The constant murmurs were proof of the unrest.

Passing the Via principalis and approaching the high command, that sense of seriousness and concern grew. Third was surprised. It was amazing how I could do the will of one man against the power of Rome. Arriving at their stores, and Gnaeus Third would be received by a soldier who would accommodate their horses and would inform them of the situation. To the surprise of both, there was an triario, who was excited to receive addressing especially Gnaeus. – Cneo? yCneo Mexentio? – Said triario who was nearing the trot. Third noted the heavy armament of triario. Seeing with his heavy plate armor, holding his left hand the hilt of his sheathed sword, gave the impression that it was facing a master of combat. However, what caught his attention, was his pointed helmet of bronze, with a reinforced rear extension to the neck and with a gaudy feathers sticking out, as it not only involved a head full protection, but a feature reflecting veteran’s pride. “As has been Aulus, long time no see,” said a friendly Gnaeus Triarios: Heavy Infantry. Founded by veterans in placing the third line of training, behind hastati and princeps, units were lower in rank and experience. They were armed with a long spear (which set them apart from other units), a gladius (short sword) and a large shield. Because of this, the triarios were part of an upper class, to enable them to cover their arms.