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    amsterdam
  • The capital and largest city of the Netherlands; pop. 702,440 . It is an important port and financial center, esp. known for its diamond industry
  • Amsterdam (; Dutch ) is the capital and largest city of the Netherlands, located in the province of North Holland in the west of the country. The city, which had a population (including suburbs) of 1.
  • The Amsterdam Amtrak station (AMS) is an Amtrak train station in Amsterdam, New York. It is located on Railroad Street just off of West Main Avenue (NY 5-67) and is also a popular railfanning location on the busy CSX Chicago Line, which sees 70–80 freight trains per day.
  • an industrial center and the nominal capital of the Netherlands; center of the diamond-cutting industry; seat of an important stock exchange; known for its canals and art museum
    stockholm
  • The capital of Sweden, a seaport on the eastern coast, on the mainland and on numerous adjacent islands; pop. 674,000
  • Stockholm a French solo album by Jean-Louis Aubert. It includes the singles Ocean and Le Jour Se Leve Encore.
  • the capital and largest city of Sweden; located in southern Sweden on the Baltic; "the Nobel Prize is awarded in Stockholm"
  • Volume 6: Stockholm & Goteborg is a live CD by English avant-rock group Henry Cow, and is disc 6 of the 10-disc 40th Anniversary Henry Cow Box Set. It was released in September 2008 by ReR Megacorp as a free-standing album in advance of the box set release in January 2009.
    flights
  • Shoot (wildfowl) in flight
  • (flight) an instance of traveling by air; "flying was still an exciting adventure for him"
  • (in soccer, cricket, etc.) Deliver (a ball) with well-judged trajectory and pace
  • (flight) fly in a flock; "flighting wild geese"
  • (flight) shoot a bird in flight
flights from amsterdam to stockholm - Stockholm Sights
Stockholm Sights 2011: a travel guide to the top 45 attractions in Stockholm, Sweden (Mobi Sights)
Stockholm Sights 2011: a travel guide to the top 45 attractions in Stockholm, Sweden (Mobi Sights)
This illustrated Travel Guide is a part of the Mobi Sights series, our concise guides that only feature the most essential information on city attractions. This guide is designed for optimal navigation on eReaders, smartphones, and other mobile electronic devices. Inside you will find a locator map and a list of top attractions linked to individual articles. Addresses, telephones, hours of operation and admissions information are included. This travel guide also features an itinerary with our suggestions for your travel route. Itineraries include links to individual attraction articles.

Please search for "Travel Stockholm," part of the Mobi Travel series, if you are interested in the complete travel guide that includes more maps and attractions with additional articles on history, cultural venues, transportation, districts, dining, accommodations, units conversion, and a phrasebook.

NEW FEATURE: The attraction articles now include links to Google Maps. On a dedicated electronic reader with a slow connection and a primitive browser, Google Maps will display the attraction on the map along with metro stations, roads, and nearby attractions. On an internet-enabled device such as the iPhone and the iPad, Google Maps will even show you the route from your current location to the attraction you want to go to.

With this travel guide you can turn some eReaders into an audio guides. For example, on the Kindle, just open an article and click Shift+SYM to activate text-to-speech. Put the speaker on the back of the Kindle against your ear and enjoy your virtual travel companion. Press Spacebar to pause/resume text-to-speech.

All travel guides in the Mobi Sights series are only $0.99. Search for any title: enter mobi (short for MobileReference) and a keyword; for example: mobi Paris.

This illustrated Travel Guide is a part of the Mobi Sights series, our concise guides that only feature the most essential information on city attractions. This guide is designed for optimal navigation on eReaders, smartphones, and other mobile electronic devices. Inside you will find a locator map and a list of top attractions linked to individual articles. Addresses, telephones, hours of operation and admissions information are included. This travel guide also features an itinerary with our suggestions for your travel route. Itineraries include links to individual attraction articles.

Please search for "Travel Stockholm," part of the Mobi Travel series, if you are interested in the complete travel guide that includes more maps and attractions with additional articles on history, cultural venues, transportation, districts, dining, accommodations, units conversion, and a phrasebook.

NEW FEATURE: The attraction articles now include links to Google Maps. On a dedicated electronic reader with a slow connection and a primitive browser, Google Maps will display the attraction on the map along with metro stations, roads, and nearby attractions. On an internet-enabled device such as the iPhone and the iPad, Google Maps will even show you the route from your current location to the attraction you want to go to.

With this travel guide you can turn some eReaders into an audio guides. For example, on the Kindle, just open an article and click Shift+SYM to activate text-to-speech. Put the speaker on the back of the Kindle against your ear and enjoy your virtual travel companion. Press Spacebar to pause/resume text-to-speech.

All travel guides in the Mobi Sights series are only $0.99. Search for any title: enter mobi (short for MobileReference) and a keyword; for example: mobi Paris.

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Loza Szydercow 2, part3ed, Last part by Malga Kubiak at Le Madame in Warsaw 2005 on Vimeo by malgakubiak film
Loza Szydercow 2, part3ed, Last part by Malga Kubiak at Le Madame in Warsaw 2005 on Vimeo by malgakubiak film
LOZA SZYDERCOW 2 by Malga Kubiak last part at Le Madame in Warsaw 2005 /including interview in TEXT with Agata Mocarska from The Ego trip Label Blog/ Loza Szydercow 2 by Malga Kubiak the last part at Le Madame in Warsaw 2005 script cut out from Federico Garcia Lorca, Antonin Artaud, Georges Bataille, Sartre, Stanislawsky, Majakowskij, OMS by Malga Kubiak cast Malga Kubiak, Agata Mocarska, Katarzyna Jaskiewicz, Marta Boros, Maciek Poreba, Jacek i Natalia Andrzejewski, Ania Tomczynska, Mariusz, Marta Mroz, Krystian Legierski, Wojtek i Natalia Sowka camera Janusz Cegielo, back ground camera Zosia Jocz light by Wolfram make up Agata Piasecka back ground music Martinez drum Wojtek Sowka production The Ego Trip AGATA MOCARSKA MALGA KUBIAKs MUSE! WHAT AM I SEARCHING for? interview by Bolo Butler, corrections Anna Kowalska-Petrie, lay out Auto Matt, photos Game Girl, COK, & private How can the actress work for so long with the director who doesn't pay? A: Art is not only about money. Whats the deal about Malga? What skills are required to get on her team? A: She likes people I think. These kind of persona surround themselves by lots of people they find interesting in some ways. She gives space for people to be themselves. How did u meet Malga Kubiak? A: We met in a cult club in Warsaw Le Madame How did u see her? What was your first impression? A: The first time I saw her in that club on some party I thought ,what a bitch she must be, But that was before talking to her. After some conversation about the workshop I was surprised that she is very sweet person indeed. How did it all begun? A: Malga who just came from Sweden started organizing actor,s workshops in that club for a few of my friends. I talked to her and joined that program. It was fascinating and engaged a lot of emotions. At that time our friendship began. What was your relation at the very start? A:There was a lot talking about life and art, exchanging of ideas, opinions etc. Malga has very curious mind and I enjoyed spending time in her company. We used to walk in parks and discuss discuss.. She asked me sometimes to imagine some situation and act it in that public area. I liked her looks which was not typical for a Polish woman. Also I considered her a very gentle and sensitive person. I thought that she was an extraordinary person living an untypical kind of life, like someone you would meet in New York rather than Warsaw. How come she asked u to join her team, her art work? A:Probably she felt good about me. What was your own situation at this point? A:I was just doing my art, which was painting mostly at that time. Did she train u? A:Yes, this workshop was about that. What was your actress experience? A:I played in some short movies in my friends projects, mostly in Maksym Matuszewski,s ones. What did u do on the workshop? And for how long? A: We were practicing some behavior joining the team together, which looked like some witch rituals, some kind of putting together of energies. But mostly it was acting various emotional situations from our lives. Without Malga it was 3 of us, which made it quite an intimate story. How come u traveled together in a very quick car trip to Paris and back? A:Malga wanted to sing in clubs in Berlin, Amsterdam and Paris with DJ Martinez. Actually one more driver was necessary, as only one person had a driving license. But seriously I thing we just liked each other and enjoyed the company. Did u ever hear about her before u met her? A:No How did u see her when u finally met? A:Very interesting, unusual, witchy, arty.. What was this project game/girl movie about? A:Maybe about mixing ,reality, and the imaginative world. About living fast in a community, about bands, romance, hitting the road. Like ,everything is possible,. How was the Denmark excursion? A:Oh it was great, summertime, an interesting project, a great group of people with a plan to spend creative time together. Malga payed our petrol bills and arranged a house on the seashore, where a lot of scenes were shot, as well as on the beach. The water was cold but pleasant, refreshing. We swam a lot in the waves, wandered at night in the forest. Why did she ask just u? A:I,m not sure what it means ,just you,. There were plenty of people engaged somehow in that project. There were about 11 actors, as everybody played, cameramen also and assistants. Some girl cooked us delicious dinners, and did make-up and blood effects too. It was like filming and living in a crazy community at the same time. A lot of people didn't know each other before, and then we spent over a week in the same house, acting, eating, partying, sleeping. There was some flirting actions, arguments and stuff. Which probably is unavoidable in a group of people intensively doing such a thing. There were moments of great laughter and fun and also days when some tension was hanging around. Did u really shoot 58 scenes in 1 week? A:Probably, I wasn't counting. Who kept
Nighttrain restaurant car
Nighttrain restaurant car
On my way back from Kiruna to Stockholm, I decided to take the night train, which gave me a better connection to my flight from Stockholm to Amsterdam. It also provides you with a sleeping car (not the best place I ever slept, but it's nice to be rocked to sleep for a change). In the trains restaurant car I spend an fun evening with these three Swedes. Did I mention that the Swedes are great people? Everyone knows English and they're so helpful and friendly. Sweden rocks! I'll be back!

flights from amsterdam to stockholm
flights from amsterdam to stockholm
Lonely Planet Sweden: Stockholm
Includes FREE planning and background information. Sweden’s capital is the kind of place other cities love to loathe. Not only is she impossibly beautiful, but she’s also fabulous with fashion, deft with design and a music meister. And if that’s not galling enough, she’s clean, green and civil. Straddling 14 islands connected by 57 bridges, Scandinavia’s urban high achiever will keep you keen with her distinctly different neighbourhoods. The old town, Gamla Stan, is one of Europe’s most arresting historic hubs: a near-faultless concoction of richly coloured story-book buildings, regal riches and razor-thin cobblestone streets.

Includes FREE planning and background information. Sweden’s capital is the kind of place other cities love to loathe. Not only is she impossibly beautiful, but she’s also fabulous with fashion, deft with design and a music meister. And if that’s not galling enough, she’s clean, green and civil. Straddling 14 islands connected by 57 bridges, Scandinavia’s urban high achiever will keep you keen with her distinctly different neighbourhoods. The old town, Gamla Stan, is one of Europe’s most arresting historic hubs: a near-faultless concoction of richly coloured story-book buildings, regal riches and razor-thin cobblestone streets.

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