Monument to Alfonso XII July 7, 2016 — My family and I spent half of the second day at Buen Petiro Park, a large park in Madrid. Exposicion – Remy Zaugg – The Question of Perception Palacio de Cristal Inside the Crystal Palace Estanque del Retiro “Retiro Pond”
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Santiago Bernabeu Stadium, one of the attractions my family and I went to today, is the home stadium of Real Madrid C.F! My brother, a huge fan of Real Madrid, had mentioned that he wanted to go there during our trip. However, this attraction wasn’t on our list for our stay here. Our tour guide, […]
This is one of the hotels we stayed in during our family trip to Turkey back in 2011. This was one of the best hotels I have ever stayed in.
Breaking our fast upstairs in the mosque. – Iftar Our community had a great and blessed Ramadan this year! The month of Ramadan is very special for me because it’s a time where I get more closer to God, see my community more often, and get to eat lots of delicious food. We gather during […]
My family and I had the opportunity to go to Saudi Arabia twice for Umrah during the Summer 2012 and Winter of 2013. Umrah is different than the obligatory Hajj, which is one of the five pillars of Islam. My parents did go to Hajj in 1998. Anyway, our plan was the same for both […]
Extreme Islamic Makeover — I’m very excited to announce the opening of our new commercial kitchen at the Islamic Center of Eastern Kentucky in Prestonsburg. The kitchen is located in the Islamic School beside the mosque. Our community has been established 16 years ago and we never stop improving. When Islamic Communities in the country […]
I took a walk at “The Arboretum: State Botanical Garden of Kentucky” a couple of days ago. The Arboretum’s young native tree collection contains approximately 1,000 individual trees, representing 22 families and more than 80 species. The native tree collection is found along the two-mile Walk Across Kentucky paved trail. Each tree in the Walk […]
Left View of Mary Todd’s House Yesterday, I dropped of my sister to her orientation session at the University of Kentucky. While I was waiting for her to finish, I went to tour the house of Mary Todd Lincoln, the wife of the former president Abraham Lincoln. The tour lasted for an hour, and the […]
This was my dad’s first iPod. He gave it to me because he didn’t know how to use it and didn’t have the time to fool around with it. This device has a capacity of 4 gb! Four gigabytes were considered a lot of storage back during 2005. I’m not sure if this silver iPod […]
Launch Pad was an alternative to the Macintosh desktop developed by Berkeley Systems in late 1994. It provided a simple environment for users to help them to work without supervision. Launch Pad sits on top of the Finder desktop, providing a simple area oriented graphical user interface in which applications and documents are represented by […]