sábado, 7 de julio de 2012

Giras 1-2

primera gira
(Cementerio General)
Nuestra primera gira fue en el cementerio general.. Fue una experiencia
buena ya que yo no había entrado, era mi primera vez.. Recorrimos casi todo
el cementerio, fuimos viendo las fosas, pasamos encuestas tanto a los
empleados como a los visitantes, terminando de pasar las encuestas, convivimos
para contar nuestra experiencia y todo, así finalizamos la 1era gira.

first tour
(General cemetery)
Our first tour was in the general cemetery .. It was an experience
good because I had not come, it was my first time .. We drove almost all
the cemetery, we saw the graves, we survey both the
employees and visitors, ending up spending the surveys, we live
to tell our experience and everything, so we completed the 1st tour.

Segunda Gira
(Museo de la Semana Santa)
Nuestra segunda gira fue en el cementerio de la Semana Santa.. Sinceramente
nunca había escuchado de el, pero entramos ahí y todo fue tan hermoso ya que las imagenes que estaban ahí erab lindas, las alfombras estaban bien echas, aunque no había gran cosa pero las pocas que habían estaban muy bien echas.. así concluimos con la 2da gira.

second Tour
(Church of Holy Week)
Our second tour was in the cemetery of Holy Week .. sincerely
never heard of it, but we went there and everything was as beautiful as the images that were there ERAB cute, you miss the carpets were good, although there was not much but the few they had were very well you miss .. and conclude with the 2nd tour.


Primera gira turística

Los alumnos de quinto bachillerato visitaron el cementerio general como primera gira turística este cementerio estaba a la par del mercado de flores y enfrente la gasolinera dentro del cementerio hay diferentes mausoleos en los que solo quedan restos de personas y flores porque cuando se muere alguien se va su alma a su destino.

First tour tourist

High school students visited the cemetery general like and first tour tourism, this cemetery was next to flower market and front of the gas station, inside of the cemetery there are several tombs in which only remains of people and flowers, because when someone dies his soul goes to its destination.

Segunda gira Turística

Los alumnos de quinto bachillerato tuvieron como segunda gira turística la visita al museo de la semana santa el cual se encuentra en la octava avenida cuarta calle a la par de una casa enfrente de una tienda. Adentro del museo es grande con distintos arreglos de procesiones de Guatemala y su historia, a la par de cada monumento hay un cartel.
Second tour Tourist

Fifth graders were high school as a second tour tourist visit to the museum of Holy Week which is on Eighth Avenue to Fourth Street alongside a house in front of a store. Inside the museum is great processions with different arrangements of Guatemala and its history, on par with each monument is a sign.

viernes, 18 de mayo de 2012

Eva Longoria's Train Makes a Stop at the 2012 Cannes Film Festival, May Take Over the World

Eva Longoria's Train Makes a Stop at the 2012 Cannes Film Festival, May Take Over the World

Looks like the Desperate Housewives series finale wasn't the only thing that stretched too long…
Like a peacock in heat, Eva Longoria shows us a whole lot of plumage at the opening ceremony of the 2012 Cannes Film Festival in this embroidered Marchesa gown, matching bejeweled clutch and a sleek updo.
But all we have eyes for is...
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The stunning tulle train which makes us want to rub our faces in it and chase her around the red carpet like it's a ball of catnip yarn!
It's a dramatic gown for the 37-year-old and sooo much fabric for such a little nugget—imagine if this was given the legs of an Amazonian supermodel?!—but she pulls it off beautifully and her body is perfection.
What can we say? Eva has never looked better than in this showstopper look—even her shadow got dressed for the event!

Eva Longoria

American Idol Elimination: Who's Going All the Way?!

American Idol Elimination: Who's Going All the Way?!
After weeks of competition, only two finalists remain on American Idol.
Phillip Phillips, Jessica Sanchez and Joshua Ledet all sung their hearts out last night with a margin of error that was smaller than ever. No one did a bad job, but not every performance was Phillip doing "We've Got Tonight," either.
Steven Tyler helpfully predicted last night that both Jessica and Joshua would win (and that Phillip could be a "new-age Boss," as in Bruce Springsteen), and the judges liked most everything to the nth degree, except for Jessica's take on "I'll Be There," which was "just OK" to Randy Jackson. And was Jimmy Iovine, who never hesitates to diss a song choice, still confident after the fact in the three choices he made for the contestants last night?
But, most importantly, who's competing in next Tuesday's performance finale?
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Congratulations, Jessica and Phillip!
Which means, obviously, that Joshua didn't make it—and frankly, we're bummed. And his swan song, "It's a Man's, Man's, Man's, Man's World" made us even more bummed.
But Jessica, who proved that the one-time-only judges' save is actually worth something, should give Phillip a run for his money, considering their different styles and presumably divergent fan bases.
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AMERICAN IDOL, Phillip Phillips, Jessica Sanchez, Josh Ledet

American Idol Backstage Scoop: Is Jennifer Lopez Leaving? Steven Tyler and Randy Jackson Talk Future of Judges' Panel

American Idol Backstage Scoop: Is Jennifer Lopez Leaving? Steven Tyler and Randy Jackson Talk Future of Judges' Panel

There's no elimination on American Idol that sucks as much as the week before the grand finale.
After more than two months of competition, elaborate star treatment and achieving celebrity status overnight, no one wants to be sent home.
Unfortunately, only two could move on and with an amazing Wednesday-night performance from all the contestants, it was impossible to not be disappointed by the cut. So what did the eliminated singer have to say after the show and what did Randy Jackson and Steven Tyler have to say about Jennifer Lopez possibly leaving her judging seat behind? The stars spilled after the show!

Randy Jackson, Jennifer Lopez, Steven Tyler, American Idol

Grey's Anatomy Finale Shocker: Shonda Rhimes Confirms Two Stars Are "Definitely" Gone for Good

Grey's Anatomy Finale Shocker: Shonda Rhimes Confirms Two Stars Are "Definitely" Gone for Good
Did you know it's really hard to type when you are ugly crying?
Grey's Anatomy's season finale rocked fans to the core tonight, as a certain fan favorite met a gruesome, horrible and shocking death. And another doctor said farewell. Read on only if you've seen the finale.
So are these two stars really gone for good? And why? I'll be chatting with Grey's boss Shonda Rhimes exclusively tomorrow morning to get more answers [check back!], but for now, she has released this statement via Twitter:

This finale was incredibly hard to write. I did not enjoy it. It made me sick and it made me sad. We end the season not knowing ANYTHING about the future. Except for two things. We know we are definitely saying goodbye to two of my favorite people: Chyler Leigh (Lexie) and Kim Raver (Teddy).

I know this season's finale had some surprises for viewers and the exit of Kim Raver was one of the big ones. But Kim's series option was up and she was ready to give Teddy Altman a much-needed vacation. It's been a pleasure working with someone as talented and funny and kind as Kim; everyone is going to miss her terribly. I like to imagine that Teddy is still out there in the Grey's Anatomy universe, running Army Medical Command and building a new life.
Ellen Pompeo, Grey's Anatomy