5 Star Hotels In Va

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Texas Tavern Roanoke Va

Texas Tavern Roanoke Va

The Texas Tavern was founded by Issac N. (Nick) Bullington and opened on Friday, February 13th, 1930. The original recipe for the “World Famous Chile” came from a hotel in San Antonio, Texas. Nick Bullington was the advance man for the Ringling Brothers circus and would travel a year ahead of the circus booking shows. After eating a bowl of the chile he asked the chef for the recipe (the original recipe has been modified several times to suit local taste). He had thought of opening a small short order restaurant at a later date and was accumulating recipes, ideas, and thinking about where to settle.

Roanoke, Virginia was one of ten cities that Nick considered settling down in and was eventually chosen because it was a railroad city and seemed as if it was going to be a major city in Southwest Virginia. Henry Bullington, who was not related to the Texas Tavern Bullingtons, told grandson Jim Bullington about the day Nick leased the Texas Tavern land. In 1929 Henry Bullington was a salesman for Thurman and Boone furniture store located at the corner of Church Avenue and Jefferson Street (later the site of the Heironimus store). Nick Bullington came to the store and approached Edgar Thurman, who owned the vacant lot where the Tavern is now located. They walked up to the site, discussed the property and came to an agreement. Everything was done initially with a handshake. The building was completed and opened about 5 months later.

Nick operated the business for about 4 years and then opened an identical Texas Tavern in Lynchburg, Virginia. Within a year or so his son, James G. Bullington, who was living in Florida, came to Lynchburg and eventually bought the Lynchburg Texas Tavern (the Lynchburg “Tavern” was torn down in the early seventies when AEP purchased the property).

After several years Nick’s health began to fail and James G. began to travel from Lynchburg to Roanoke several times a week to help run the Roanoke “Tavern”. World War II was approaching and this became a serious situation due to a shortage of help and problems getting supplies. The Lynchburg “Tavern” was sold to Charles Van Cleve in 1940 and James G. moved to Roanoke. Nick died in 1942 and James G. Bullington became the sole owner of the Roanoke “Tavern”.

Cuatro Torres Business Area - Sacyr tower / Torre Sacyr

Cuatro Torres Business Area - Sacyr tower / Torre Sacyr

¦ Sacyr Vallehermoso Tower at Cuatro Torres Business Area in Madrid (Spain), a 52-floor, 236 metre (774 feet) tall building, which among other uses is host to the 5-star Hotel Eurostars Madrid Tower. The tower behind it is Torre Caja Madrid (which is the tallest of the four towers within the CTBA, a 45-floor, 250 metre (820 feet) tall building).

Taken handheld with a Panasonic Lumix ZS3 (TZ7) in available light well after sunset on a very cloudy, stormy day so light levels were at a minimum ( 25 mm, F3.3, 1/100 sec., ISO 200 ). The picture is absolutely unretouched and unprocessed, and the dark, muted colors are exactly what you'd see with your very eyes at the moment.

¦ Torre Sacyr Vallehermoso en la Cuatro Torres Business Area en Madrid, con 52 pisos y 236 metros de altura, que entre otros usos alberga el Hotel Eurostars Madrid Tower, un hotel de 5 estrellas. La torre detras suyo es la Torre Caja Madrid (que es la mas alta de las cuatro torres de la CTBA, con 45 pisos y 250 metros de altura).
Tomada a pulso con una Panasonic Lumix ZS3 (TZ7) en luz ambiente bastante despues de la puesta de sol en un dia muy nuboso y tormentoso por lo cual los niveles de luz estaban bajo minimos ( 25 mm, F3.3, 1/100 seg., ISO 200 ). La foto esta sin retoque ni postproceso alguno, y los colores oscuros y apagados son exactamente como se veian en aquel momento a ojo limpio.

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