DO IT YOURSELF CANOPY BED - YOURSELF CANOPY BED

Do it yourself canopy bed - Wood drapery bracket.

Do It Yourself Canopy Bed


do it yourself canopy bed
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  • (It's Yourself) It's Yourself is a 1976 B-Side by the English progressive rock group Genesis, recorded during the sessions for "A Trick of the Tail", their first album after the departure of original lead singer Peter Gabriel.
    canopy bed
  • Canopy beds are beds decorated with a canopy. Sometimes they use four posts that are connected at the top with rails that fabric can be hung from. Other times, a hoop is hung from the ceiling over the bed and the fabric drapes down from the hoop.
  • A bed supported by four tall posts with a cross members joining the posts that may be used for a supporting a fabric canopy cover, swags, curtains, etc. Find bedroom furniture.
  • A canopy bed is a decorative bed somewhat similar to a four poster bed. A typical canopy bed usually features posts at each of the four corners extending four feet high or more above the mattress.

Yangmingshan National Park ??????? : Milky Lake (In my opinion, it should be called a pond really!)
Yangmingshan National Park ??????? : Milky Lake (In my opinion, it should be called a pond really!)
Yangmingshan National Park ??????? Fastest way to get there by bus : i) - From Shihlin metro station, walk to the main road near a coffee shop - Take ?5?? Red 5 (may be quite crowded) (about 40min) Bus Red 5: fr Jiantan MRT Station, 6am-12.15am, 7min (13min off peak); Several mini buses too, leave Zhongzheng Rd (in front of exit 1 at Shiling MRT stnt) Better alternative : -Walk a distance further on the right. -Take Taipei CITY BUS ?? 260 (less crowded so easier to get a seat for a more comfortable ride) Bus 260 – 5.10am-10.30pm, depart from from Tapei Train Stnt 7-10min (15-20min off peak) leaves fr Zhengzhou Road (road directly behind Taipei Main Railway Stnt) every 10 min, travel along Zhongshan North Rd, turn right onto Zhongzheng Road in Shilin. NOTE: Do buy food in case you get hungry. While there are food centre at various stops in the mountain, the choices of food are few. Buns were sold out by the time I reached Lengshuikeng at around 1pm. Only biscuits and titbist were available. You can order a hot beverage to warm yourself in the cold thgh. ii) Alight at terminal stop ?? to buy one-day pass for park shuttle bus (NT$60) Alternative: For those who wants to go to Yangmingshan Visitor Centre, alight at 2nd last stop NOTE: One-day pass for Park Bus 108 (NT$60) only for sale at the terminal stop ??, else pay NT$15 per ride NOTE : For those keen in Beitou hotsprings, you should take the bus from New Beitou metro station instead. iii) Take Park Bus 108 to desired places of interest NOTE : Once you alight, check watch for time. Bus will come once every 30minutes. Some of the places of Interest visited by me : 1) SIAOYUKENG (???) Add : 69, Zhuzizhu Rd, Beitou District, Taipei (02) 2861-7024, hot springs & awesome crumbled terrain Above Datong Bridge along Yangmingshan-Jinshan Highway, best-known recreation area in Yangmingshan National Park, 800m, volcanic fissures spewing steam from bowels of earth, forming clusters of sulfur crystals; volcanically-created fumaroles, sulfur crystals, hot springs, and landslides, sulfur vents noisily spew forth gases, hot springs discharge endless streams of boiling water, bright yellow sulfur crystals, view of Mt. Cising - geothermally active volcanic area (coils of sulfurous white steam rising from fissures in ground n sulfur deposits colouring rocks, must-see site at Yanmingshan; the most representative volcanic terrain in Yangmingshan, locally on saddle on northwest side of Mt Cising, a crater-like depression filled with post-volcanic action (steaming fumaroles, formations of crystallized sulfur, hot springs), Xiaoyukeng Siaoyoukeng Visitor Centre - Closed Mon & holidays, FOOD - basement 2) Cintiangang (???) Add: 246, Lane 101, Jingshan rd, Shilin District; (02) 2861-5404 - terrace formed by lava flowing to north fr Mt.Zhugao, now an undulating grassland surrounded by mt peaks higher than 800m; highland prairie at foothills of Cisingshan, sweeping mountain view, plenty of trails n picnic areas, fresh air, free-roaming cows; vast grassy plains sits on tableland formed of larva, well-developed trials, abt 2h to traverse, access to broad vistas of tableland n water buffalos, European feel, trials lead to Lengsheuikeng, Jyuansih Waterfall, Yulu (fish rd), Historic Trail, Shihtiling, Mt Huangzuei Ecolological Preserve, best time – autumn (see seas of flowering miscanthus grass fill mountainsides) Cingtiangang Visitor Center 9am-4.30pm 3) Lengshuikeng (Cold Water Pit) (???) i) Lengshuikeng - Foot-soaking pool (outside public bath house) - FREE; 24h, 2 hot springs pools, Lengshuikeng Public Baths - 24 hr, abt 40°C ; near Milky lake, Gender separated, no clothings allowed inside the hot spring ii) Lengshuiku - observation platform - northeast side; view milky (Niunai) lake; explosion vent of Lengshuikeng; hotspring; sulfurous fumes vented in bed of marshy lake turn water murky, abt 40°C), for better view of milky lake walk down trail from Seven-Star Park to Lengshuikeng Lengshuikeng visitor centre - 9am-4.30pm; FOOD – basement My abandoned trail walk due to time constraint : JINBAOLI TRAIL (????) (near Cingtiangang) - Former fish delivery path fr sea. Start -Jinshan, Passes Payen, Qingtienkang, Zhishanyen,Shilin, Dalongdong, & Dadaocheng (local fish markets), old cultural sites & splendid natural scenery ? walk up to trailhead at top of smooth, prairie-like mountain grasslands ? Beyond the gates (Cheng Men) lies a gorgeous descent through 2m high Japanese silver grass (Silver Grass Season -Nov) into steep forested mountains & roaming wild water buffalo (early weekdays best time to see them) 9) DAYUKENG (more dramatic & shocking than Hisaoyukeng, abandoned sulphur mine spewing out hissing clouds of smoke from fluorescent green fumaroles; striking contrast of moon crater-like area against verdant green hills 10) Walk down steps at main entrance, go down 10min to stream (SHANGHUANGSI) 11) Walk along to some stones, c
mt tamborine accommodation escarpment retreat
mt tamborine accommodation escarpment retreat
Nestled on top of an escarpment is Mt Tamborine's best kept secret. The Escarpment Retreat is located at the secluded end of Mount Tamborine. Featuring romantic villas with sunken lounge rooms, log fireplaces, 4 poster canopy beds and decadent large spa baths, the Escarpment Retreat is ideal for couples wanting to escape and experience time together in an enchanting setting. The 4 acres of landscaped gardens feature a running stream, small waterfall and rear cliff top views that extend as far as the Gold Coast One of the most popular features of The Escarpment Retreat is the day spa where guests can have up to 14 different massages including aromatherapy, thai foot massage, facials, reiki, salt glow, hot stones etc. The dedicated spa pavilion also have a vichy shower and a Grecian spa bath. A four course complimentary home cooked breakfast is a highlight and a great start to the day. A number of guests have advised that it was the best breakfast ever experienced in a hotel or bed and breakfast! Home cooked two course dinners can be delivered to your villa most nights (except Friday and Saturday as all of the restaurants on the mountain are open). Our chef will delight your taste buds with dishes such as lamb shanks, seeded mustard, tomatoes that have been slowly roasted, red wine & rosemary served with mashed potatoes or try our fresh prawn linguini with asparagus, sun dried tomatoes, white wine and dill sauce ....not to mention our home made apple pie and clotted cream for dessert Feel like a special treat? Then sit back and put your feet up in our Gold Class Cinema and enjoy a bottle of champagne and chocolates whilst you enjoy a classic movie. We will arrange the screening so that you and your partner have exclusive use of the cinema We have a most amazing space called the Grand Guanaba Room for you to relax in, read a book or play a game. It resembles a large tree house in the rain forest and has such features as a huge stone fire place, large cathedral ceilings, cedar floors, full wrap around views of the rainforest and the stream and small waterfall below Whether you are wanting to escape for a honeymoon, birthday, anniversary, special occassion or to treat yourself and you partner to somewhere special, then the Escarpment Retreat is a private sanctuary where you can do just that Lastly, we can provide personalised parchment style gift vouchers for that special deserving person or couple

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