This is the hotel where Ronaldinho carries out his house arrest

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first_imgThe arrest forces them to be in separate rooms. Dinho, according to local media, would occupy the presidential suite, whose usual price is 409 euros per night with breakfast included. This room is 62 m2 and has two rooms. It has its own living room and a sleeping area where you can enjoy a king size bed. The Brazilian has his own meeting table, a private balcony and a small kitchen inside the room as well as a 55-inch Smart TV and a bathroom with a hydromassage and shower. In addition, you can go to the other services that the hotel will make available to you, such as a terrace with a swimming pool, a restaurant or a gym, although both will be guarded throughout the day. Palmaroga Ronaldinho and his brother Roberto left the Agrupación Especializada de Asunción after paying the $ 1.6 million bond that was imposed on them for trying to enter the country with two forged Paraguayan passports. Now they will both meet House arrest in one of the best hotels in the capital of the South American country.Due to the coronavirus pandemic, Ronaldinho and Roberto are the only guests of the Palmaroga hotel, located in the center of Asunción. Both occupy two of the best rooms in the building that has a gym, swimming pool and other first-rate services. Agencies / Palmaroga / Google Maps At this time, the hotel does not allow reservations until May, so no one will be able to share confinement with the 2005 Ballon d’Or in the remainder of the month.last_img read more


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first_imgStorytelling has been a human characteristic for thousands of years.We have left our stories wherever we have lived: on mountain sides, on the walls of caves, in the spoken word through myth and song, and synopsised billions of tales through poetry and rhyme. Indeed, everyone has a story to tell…A new, innovative and accessible way of story telling has now emerged in the form of Digital Stories. These anecdotes are short, personal multimedia tales told from the heart which put the narrator at the centre of the process. As such, the audience receive a genuine, unedited, more democratic form of storytelling.In 2013, two groups of service users, the Creative Writing Group from the Rehab Care Resource Centre in Lifford and the Social Group from the Garden Centre in St Conal’s Hospital, Letterkenny, were given the opportunity to create their own digital stories.The project meant the coming together of a number of other agencies, including: the Donegal Education and Training Board, Letterkenny Institute of Technology and the Regional Cultural Centre in Letterkenny. Each agency became an integral part of an overall process which was expertly and sympathetically facilitated by Kevin Mc Monagle.Kevin said: “The digital stories project was transformational for all involved. Creating these autobiographical short narratives allowed us to reflect on the core events in our lives, whilst at the same time providing us with a rare and wonderful view into the real lives of others… For more information on Digital Storytelling, please contact: Mr Seamus Gordon, Social Worker, St Conal’s Hospital Letterkenny – 087 267 1367 HOW OUR PAST IS BEING PRESERVED IN DIGITAL STORIES was last modified: May 29th, 2014 by John2Share this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:digital storiesdonegaloral history projectlast_img read more


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first_imgby Jinil Fleischman, CARP USAIntroducing CARP North Lake’s newest program: The Wave. Every two weeks, CARP members and friends gather together for an evening of fun, family, and deep activities. With just three Wave’s finished, the program has achieved success and has a promising future.Woojin Suina has been the CARP president at North Lake College since Fall of 2017, and while he always enjoyed CARP meetings, he felt like there was something missing. Even though CARP is all about the study and application of principles, he felt that they’d been doing a lot of studying but not enough applying. He wanted to create an environment where students could feel the power and love that results when we apply the Unification Principle to our lives.Besides that, Woojin had one more frustration. While CARP was great for all the students at North Lake College, he had many friends in the Dallas region who go to other schools or aren’t in school who hadn’t experienced the CARP culture. He wanted to find a way to share that culture with them. It was apparent that a new program was needed to fulfill these various needs of CARP North Lake and its leaders and members.This summer brought some changes to the CARP North Lake team. Some students had attended the CARP Hyo Jeong Trip this past summer and wanted to step up as local leaders. Several other students wanted to become CARP leaders after completing leadership training through the Generation Peace Academy gap year program.The new CARP North Lake team asked themselves one question, “What would we like to experience in CARP?” From there, they set to work on a new program: The Wave. The Wave is a program that is hosted every other week where CARP students and friends can experience the principles of CARP.The program opens with an icebreaker, followed by a short summary of the biweekly topic. After this comes the main event of the night: an experiential activity that demonstrates the theme of the talk. After that, participants reflect on their experience of the activity, and finally close with a reflection and discussion about how those principles could be applied and connected to life.They had their first WAVE on September 26th with the topic, Worldview, based on the national Principled Curriculum which debuted in September. The activity was a debate that demonstrated the necessity of being open-minded. It was a smash hit!This was followed by the second Wave, on the topic of Thought Trends. The activity of that night was called Trick o Bowl, a Telephone-like game that shows how ideas change and warp over time. It was a very powerful activity! One participant was so moved by the activity, she now wants to establish CARP on her campus. Another CARP member said he had never seen his friend as happy as he was during the Wave.Based on the success of the Wave, this activity-based learning was expanded to the weekly CARP meetings on North Lake campus. One very successful activity on campus was Trinity Ball, where students experienced the frustration of trying to play ball with others who have different rules than you. This demonstrated the need to understand others’ worldviews — or the “rules” that they play by. It also demonstrated the need for the values CARP stands for: interdependence, mutual prosperity, and universally shared values.When asked about his experience so far this semester, Woojin shared that, most of all, he is incredibly proud of his team:“I’m so proud of how much effort they are giving for all of the events. Without them, this wouldn’t have happened.”He says that he enjoys the time they spend together as a team because there is such a strong sense of unity.When asked about the future for CARP North Lake, Woojin shares that he hopes people can feel inspired by the vision of CARP. He hopes that they can experience true vulnerability and taste a culture of heart that they haven’t experienced before, a culture of feeling like true brothers and sisters. Follow more about CARP North Lake on their Instagram page. Share your story to jennifer@carplife.org!last_img read more