Oriental Top Notes: Blackcurrant, Raspberry, Pepper, Saffron. Heart Notes: Leather, Frankincense, Violet, Rose, Jasmine. Base Notes: Palisander Wood, Amber, Cistus, Praline, Musks. A fragrance of charm and masculine character, EISENBERG’s SECRET N°VI Cuir D'Orient Eau de Parfum nonchalantly dresses up the seductive man with a harmonious olfactive scent, where fruity florals and deep, smoky woods collide to create proud leather accords. Encapsulating the scent of a brand-new pair of expensive Italian leather shoes, the fragrance features dark, fruity tones of Blackcurrant and Raspberry, spruced up with energising Pepper and Saffron. Enhanced by softer, powdery nuances of a Violet, Rose and Jasmine bouquet, the sillage develops a patina of intriguing depth, anchored by a backdrop of ambered Musks and rich Rosewood. Part of the luxury Parisian skin-care, fragrance and make-up brand’s Latin Orientals Collection for Men, the EDP is presented in a sleek glass flacon, crowned with a silver cap and embellished with a gothic-inspired key embellishment. Made in France.
Enjoy this private service ideal to visit with family or friends and move at your own pace, accompanied by a professional guide who will help you enjoy this wonderful tour of the wonderful and traditional neighborhood of Coyoacan. This service will be in an exclusive vehicle for you with driver and guide.The wonderful Barrio de Coyoacán famous for its 16th-century mansions, the beautiful main square "Jardín Hidalgo" adorned by the famous sculpture of Los Coyotes, the Church and Former convent of San Juan Bautista, here you can admire impressive paintings in its interior in style Baroque and its great atrium used as a cemetery at the time of the colony. In the same neighborhood you will visit the famous Frida Kahlo Museum, known as “The Blue House”, you can visit the one that was home to the most recognized Latin American artist worldwide, walk through its rooms, its abundant garden and admire some of her dresses, most famous sculptures and paintings such as "Viva La Vida".
The golden age of radio had incredible comedy shows that kept Americans in stitches for decades. Families gathered around their living room radios to be entertained by the greatest names in Hollywood each and every day. This collection includes Lucille Ball as Liz Cooper on "My Favorite Husband", Jim & Marian Jordan as "Fibber McGee & Molly", Ed "Archie" Gardner on "Duffy's Tavern", William Bendix as Chester A. Riley on "The Life of Riley", Ozzie Nelson and Harriet Hilliard in "The Adventures of Ozzie & Harriet", Fanny Brice as "Baby Snooks" on "Baby Snooks & Daddy", Eve Arden as English Teacher Connie Brooks on "Our Miss Brooks" and many more! Duffy's Tavern 11/2/51 "Latin Floor Show" w/ Ed "Archie" Gardner The Life of Riley 10/20/50 "The Collection Agency" w/ William Bendix The Adv. of Ozzie & Harriet 10/17/48 "Hiking" w/ Ozzie Nelson & Harriet Hilliard Baby Snooks & Daddy 11/1/46 "Halloween" w/ Fanny Brice & Hanley Stafford Our Miss Brooks 2/26/50 "Stretch in Love" w/ Eve Arden The Aldrich Family 11/18/42 "Selling Christmas Cards" w/ Ezra Stone My Favorite Husband 5/28/50 "Selling Dresses" w/ Lucille Ball & Richard Denning The Charlie McCarthy Show 4/11/43 w/ Edgar Bergen and guest, Martha Raye Fibber McGee & Molly 5/20/41 "Bakes a Cake" w/ Jim & Marian Jordan My Friend Irma 5/10/48 "Bon Voyage" w/ Marie Wilson The Fred Allen Show 5/23/48 w/ Fred Allen and guest, Bing Crosby The Amos N' Andy Show 1/26/45 "Lovelorn Column" w/ Freeman Gosden & Charles Correll 1. Language: English. Narrator: full cast. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/brll/009769/bk_brll_009769_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.