The technicians at The Body Sculpt Xpress specialize in ultrasound-cavitation body sculpting, a noninvasive technique that?s popular in Europe and Australia. Rising to fame in the United States, the treatment, featured on the Dr. Oz show, uses ultrasound waves to break down fat cells, whose contents are them removed from the body through natural metabolic processes. The techs customize treatments based on the thickness of fat and its distribution throughout the body. Their other services include massage therapy, vibration therapy, which causes a body to burn fat while standing still, and radio-frequency skin tightening.
The display cases at Marc Robinson Jewelers - Treasures Custom Jewelry sparkle with gemstones, worked into everything from intricate rings to statement watches and chains. That gleam has attracted clients seeking one-of-a-kind accessories, including professional athletes and famous rappers. Visitors can browse new and pre-owned watches from brands such as Gucci and Rolex, or trade in gold, platinum, and diamonds in exchange for cash or some nice compliments from a jeweler.
Each weekend through the harvest season, YesterLand Farm welcomes visitors of all ages to explore several acres? worth of classic country activities encouraging nostalgic feelings for Christmas past. More than 30 attractions spring up around the open fields, from a restored 1952 miniature train to a small ferris wheel and two vintage rollercoasters. During the colder fall and winter days, visitors can get into the holiday spirit by taking their picture with Santa or taking home a fresh Christmas. Yesterland Farm also stays aglow with campfires, around which visitors can warm their hands while roasting hot dogs and s?mores.
Perched atop a bucolic panorama of sprawling grapevines, Tara Vineyard & Winery's turn of the century four-bedroom house invites guests into a dreamscape of old-fashioned tranquility fused with modern comforts. Take a romantic stroll through acres of the ground's Dionsyian cornrows, then share your favorite crafting stories with a barrel of vintage while touring the winery. Replete with four plush luxury rooms, the ivory abode amply accommodates gangs of eight, ideal for peaceful quadruple-dates or a night of raucous policy drafting for congressional leaders. An array of second-story terraces and an expansive wraparound porch facilitate alfresco revelry, and contemporary amenities including free WiFi and satellite television regale guests in the event of inclement weather or Kato Kaelin movie marathons.
While intricate crosses, the colour green, and bagpipes are certainly elements of Celtic culture, they’re just a few of the vibrant components that make up that storied and historic community. Celtic Life International Magazine aims to illustrate this rich legacy. In its pages, readers discover tales of Celtic individuals such as Maud Crawford, the Scottish stitcher adding her handicraft to The Great Tapestry of Scotland, which is intended to be the world’s longest tapestry. They will also find recipes, book reviews, and the latest news on the seven Celtic nations and the lone Celtic monarchy, which is U2.
Sometimes, it only takes one family to ruin a neighborhood. In the case of the Voodoo Bayou in 1901, Baron Michael Verdun and his wife, Lady Cassandra, were the ones to blame. The psychopathic werewolf and his vampire bride set about building a menacing Antebellum-style mansion atop an old cemetery, where they began creating twisted human-animal hybrids. Enraged, the townsfolk set the mansion aflame, burning its inhabitants in the process. But the Baron and his wife never truly left.
Today, their spirits still inhabit Thrillvania Haunted House Park's nearly 50 acres, which encompass four distinct haunted attractions. A giant brain controls the clowns who rule Cassandra’s Labyrinth of Terror, a twisting maze of black-lit hallways and neon colors. Monsters roam outdoors at Sam Hain’s Trail of Torment, and Mortimer Thorn continues to perform cruel experiments within the run-down church known as Thorn Hall. However, the epicenter of terror remains Verdun Manor, the decaying—and occasionally flame-throwing—mansion.
Spooky origin stories aside, the manor is actually the invention of the late human Lance Pope. Mr. Pope grew up fascinated by old mansions, monsters, and haunted houses. So together with a design team—including former Disney Imagineers—Mr Pope built a sprawling park with more hidden scares than his childhood self could have imagined. His creations have garnered many fans and led to ample media attention, including a feature on Travel Channel's America’s Scariest Haunted Attractions.