Infographic: Do You Know How The 4 Landmarks of London are Cleaned?

Three days ago, my friend Carly Hiller, who is also a guest-blogger on Cristina’s Ideas, wrote a stunning article! She found out how the professional cleaners in London clean the landmarks of the capital of the United Kingdom. I live in London and I see most of the landmarks every week. But I have never asked myself “How are They Cleaned?“. Now, I know the answer!

You can read Carly’s amazing article by clicking: Do You Know How The 4 Landmarks of London are Cleaned?

I was so surprised by some of the facts in the article that I decided to create an infographic on the topic. You will not find all the facts from the original article on the infographic, but you will get the main idea. So, this is how The Gherkin, Big Ben, The London Eye and Shard are cleaned: Continue reading

The Best 5 Movies With Mel Gibson

He is one of the most remarkable actors of our time. He is 1,77 m. high and 58 years old. Born in Peekskill, USA, but eventually raised in New South Wales, Australia. His full name is Mel Columcille Gerard Gibson – one of my favourite actors! I enjoy watching over and over again every single movie in which he participates. Anyway, I have made this list with his best movies according to me. The first movie I can never forget because it was the very first time I saw this great actor!

Number 5: Mad Max 

Mad Max Vintage Poster

Mel Gibson in Mad Max (1979)

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The Best 5 Movies With Tom Hanks (Trailers)

On 09.07.2013 Tom Hanks has turned 57. He has been an actor for more than 40 years and is one of the greatest and most successful men in Hollywood. He is just the second actor to win the Best Actor Oscar’s Award in two consecutive years (Philadelphia – 1993 and Forrest Gump – 1994). It’s very hard to choose only five of his amazing movies, but I will try to do my best. Let’s start with the first Hanks’s film I’ve watched: Continue reading

5 Movies I Will Never Forget

Movies used to be so interesting a few years ago. They were teaching me something and I was watching them not because of the special effects, but because of their meaning. Now, it’s so hard to find a good film to watch. The budgets of nowadays productions are enormous and all they provide is a beautiful illusion. But very rarely you will find something edifying. So, I will share with you my personal Top 5 of unforgettable movies of all times in attempt to help you find a good movie you haven’t already watched. Let’s start with:

 Number 5: Forrest Gump (1994, IMDb rating: 8,4) Continue reading