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Hakone Onsen Experience, Lake Ashi, Open-Air Mu...
240,36 € *
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This is a private tour of Hakone using public transportation.Tours include ropeway ride, Owakudani, Open Air Museum, Onsen experience and Lake Ashi with a cruise on the Hakone pirate ship replica. On sunny days, you can see Mt. Fuji from Lake ashi. Heal your body and mind at Hakone natural hot spring with various effects. Let's enjoy hot spring like local!When you experience a hot spring, other guests also take a bath at the public hot spring facilities. If you want to take a bath in a separate room, you need to make a reservation separately from the tour, so please consult with the guide after booking the tour.Starting from Hakone Yumoto station, the tour ends at Hakone Yumoto station.For this tour, you can purchase Hakone Free Pass,which allows you to ride eight vehicles in Hakone.For tour details, see the inclusions, what to expect section on this page.

Anbieter: Viator – Ein Trip...
Stand: 08.08.2020
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Squeeze Pages For Newbies (eBook, ePUB)
1,99 € *
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Get Targeted Opt-Ins Using This 'Squeeze Pages For Newbies' Report & Squeeze Page - Now Available With Private Label Rights! As fellow Professional Internet Marketers, there's no need for me to go into some long detailed story about the importance of building opt-in lists - you're already well aware of that need, right? And unless you just started your internet business earlier today, you also know that the most effective way to build opt-in lists is with squeeze page systems, right? You give away a FREE REPORT chock-full of great, valuable, relevant information to targeted prospects for signing up for your opt-in lists, and you monetize the report, confirmation page and download page with your products & services, affiliate links, blog URLS or whatever... So what could be more appropriate for building opt-in lists of tightly targeted leads than a report on using squeeze pages? Since squeeze pages are used strictly for building opt-in lists, those interested in this report are obviously going to be online marketers, be they Internet marketers, affiliate marketers or niche marketers, right? So don't waste time with a lot of researching and writing for your next list-building project - instead just use this ready-made... Your Squeeze Pages For Newbies Report is a no-fluff, 19-page report that gives your new subscribers the information they need while still being short enough they won't give up before getting to YOUR Recommended Resources (and affiliate offers) at the end of the report! You can process this report any way you like - retitle it, add your name as author or promoter, rewrite some or all of it, remove or add sections, use the PSD graphics to change the images, add in your product recommendations and links to your sites, blogs and/or affiliate offers - or simply use the unbranded PDF version just as it is, strictly as a list-builder. Here's what's in your new report... • Introduction... • Squeeze Page Systems... • Before Getting Started... • Planning Your Theme... • Writing Squeeze Pages That Convert Visitors Into Subscribers... • How to Increase Your Conversions... • Getting Targeted Traffic to Your Squeeze Page! Naturally, You Get PLR To The Squeeze Page Too!

Anbieter: buecher
Stand: 08.08.2020
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Squeeze Pages For Newbies (eBook, ePUB)
1,99 € *
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Get Targeted Opt-Ins Using This 'Squeeze Pages For Newbies' Report & Squeeze Page - Now Available With Private Label Rights! As fellow Professional Internet Marketers, there's no need for me to go into some long detailed story about the importance of building opt-in lists - you're already well aware of that need, right? And unless you just started your internet business earlier today, you also know that the most effective way to build opt-in lists is with squeeze page systems, right? You give away a FREE REPORT chock-full of great, valuable, relevant information to targeted prospects for signing up for your opt-in lists, and you monetize the report, confirmation page and download page with your products & services, affiliate links, blog URLS or whatever... So what could be more appropriate for building opt-in lists of tightly targeted leads than a report on using squeeze pages? Since squeeze pages are used strictly for building opt-in lists, those interested in this report are obviously going to be online marketers, be they Internet marketers, affiliate marketers or niche marketers, right? So don't waste time with a lot of researching and writing for your next list-building project - instead just use this ready-made... Your Squeeze Pages For Newbies Report is a no-fluff, 19-page report that gives your new subscribers the information they need while still being short enough they won't give up before getting to YOUR Recommended Resources (and affiliate offers) at the end of the report! You can process this report any way you like - retitle it, add your name as author or promoter, rewrite some or all of it, remove or add sections, use the PSD graphics to change the images, add in your product recommendations and links to your sites, blogs and/or affiliate offers - or simply use the unbranded PDF version just as it is, strictly as a list-builder. Here's what's in your new report... • Introduction... • Squeeze Page Systems... • Before Getting Started... • Planning Your Theme... • Writing Squeeze Pages That Convert Visitors Into Subscribers... • How to Increase Your Conversions... • Getting Targeted Traffic to Your Squeeze Page! Naturally, You Get PLR To The Squeeze Page Too!

Anbieter: buecher
Stand: 08.08.2020
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Project Anastasis , Hörbuch, Digital, 1, 874min
9,95 € *
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As a former soldier, private investigator Jean Legarec is used to high stakes and sharpshooters. But he doesn't realize what he's getting into when he agrees to investigate the disappearance of six-year-old Alexandre, the grandson of a highly influential French politician. For a million euros, Legarec launches a dangerous search that will dig deep into some of the darkest corners of European history. With the help of the boy's beautiful aunt, Béatrice, he uncovers evidence of a modern-day terrorist plot rooted in a long-buried enterprise of the Third Reich. From Paris to Malta to the Vosges forest, a cast of witnesses - including a death camp survivor and former mercenaries - help Legarec piece together a terrifying truth. Yet even then, the PI worries that his own dark past and his undeniable attraction to Béatrice might be clouding the investigation. Can he put the personal aside in order to do his job? And can he free an innocent child from a web of absolute evil? 1. Language: English. Narrator: Michael Page. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/brll/007813/bk_brll_007813_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.

Anbieter: Audible
Stand: 08.08.2020
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Kochland
11,43 € *
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'A landmark book....A massively reported deep dive into the unparalleled corporate industrial giant Koch Industries....This impressively researched and well-rendered book also serves as a biography of Charles Koch, with Leonard providing an evenhanded treatment of the tycoon. Leonard's work is on par with Steve Coll's Private Empire and even Ida Tarbell's enduring classic The History of the Standard Oil Company .' Kirkus Reviews 'Leonard's superb investigations and even-handed, clear-eyed reportage stand out....American capitalism at its most successful and domineering is at the center of this sweeping history of a much-vilified company.' Publishers Weekly 'Leonard's intricately developed and extensively researched history of the Koch empire is a colossal corporate biography that sheds important light on this closely guarded enterprise while simultaneously scrutinizing the nefarious underpinnings of American economic policies and practices.' Booklist 'This page-turning exposé reveals the full extent of the Koch brothers' influence on American capitalism.' Book Riot 'If you want a crash course in the evolution of postmodern capitalism over the last five decades read Kochland....Leonard's study is exhaustive and engaging.' New York Journal of Books The annual revenue of Koch Industries is bigger than that of Google, Goldman Sachs and Kraft Foods combined. But very few people have ever heard of Koch Industries because the billionaire Koch brothers want it that way. Now, in Kochland , Christopher Leonard has managed what no other journalist has done before: to tell the explosive inside story of how the largest private company in the world became that big. In doing so, Leonard also tells the epic tale of the evolution of corporate America over the last half-century, in all its glory and rapaciousness. Koch is everywhere. It controls the fertilisers at the foundation of our food system. It controls the synthetics that make our diapers and carpets. It controls the chemicals that make our bottles and pipes. It controls the building materials that make our homes and offices. And it controls much of the Wall Street trading in all of these commodities. It makes money at every end of almost every deal. For five decades, CEO Charles Koch has kept Koch Industries quietly operating behind a veil of secrecy, with a view toward very, very long-term profits. When Wall Street came calling twenty years ago, trying to take Koch public, Charles Koch said no. He's a genius businessman: patient with profits, able to learn from his mistakes, determined that his employees develop an almost a worshipful dedication to free-market ruthlessness, and a master disrupter. We think of disruption as something that happens in Silicon Valley, but this book will upend your understanding of what disruption really is. Charles Koch's business acumen has made him and his brother David (Koch Industries' co-owner) together richer than Bill Gates. But there's a dark side to their story. If you want to understand how we killed the unions in this country, how we widened the income divide, how we stalled progress on climate change and how corporate America bought the influence industry, all you have to do is read this book. Seven years in the making, Kochland reads like a true-life thriller, with larger-than-life characters driving the battles on every page. The book tells the ambitious tale of how one private company consolidated power over half a century - and how in doing so, transformed capitalism into something that feels so deeply alienating to many Americans today.

Anbieter: buecher
Stand: 08.08.2020
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Kochland
11,43 € *
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'A landmark book....A massively reported deep dive into the unparalleled corporate industrial giant Koch Industries....This impressively researched and well-rendered book also serves as a biography of Charles Koch, with Leonard providing an evenhanded treatment of the tycoon. Leonard's work is on par with Steve Coll's Private Empire and even Ida Tarbell's enduring classic The History of the Standard Oil Company .' Kirkus Reviews 'Leonard's superb investigations and even-handed, clear-eyed reportage stand out....American capitalism at its most successful and domineering is at the center of this sweeping history of a much-vilified company.' Publishers Weekly 'Leonard's intricately developed and extensively researched history of the Koch empire is a colossal corporate biography that sheds important light on this closely guarded enterprise while simultaneously scrutinizing the nefarious underpinnings of American economic policies and practices.' Booklist 'This page-turning exposé reveals the full extent of the Koch brothers' influence on American capitalism.' Book Riot 'If you want a crash course in the evolution of postmodern capitalism over the last five decades read Kochland....Leonard's study is exhaustive and engaging.' New York Journal of Books The annual revenue of Koch Industries is bigger than that of Google, Goldman Sachs and Kraft Foods combined. But very few people have ever heard of Koch Industries because the billionaire Koch brothers want it that way. Now, in Kochland , Christopher Leonard has managed what no other journalist has done before: to tell the explosive inside story of how the largest private company in the world became that big. In doing so, Leonard also tells the epic tale of the evolution of corporate America over the last half-century, in all its glory and rapaciousness. Koch is everywhere. It controls the fertilisers at the foundation of our food system. It controls the synthetics that make our diapers and carpets. It controls the chemicals that make our bottles and pipes. It controls the building materials that make our homes and offices. And it controls much of the Wall Street trading in all of these commodities. It makes money at every end of almost every deal. For five decades, CEO Charles Koch has kept Koch Industries quietly operating behind a veil of secrecy, with a view toward very, very long-term profits. When Wall Street came calling twenty years ago, trying to take Koch public, Charles Koch said no. He's a genius businessman: patient with profits, able to learn from his mistakes, determined that his employees develop an almost a worshipful dedication to free-market ruthlessness, and a master disrupter. We think of disruption as something that happens in Silicon Valley, but this book will upend your understanding of what disruption really is. Charles Koch's business acumen has made him and his brother David (Koch Industries' co-owner) together richer than Bill Gates. But there's a dark side to their story. If you want to understand how we killed the unions in this country, how we widened the income divide, how we stalled progress on climate change and how corporate America bought the influence industry, all you have to do is read this book. Seven years in the making, Kochland reads like a true-life thriller, with larger-than-life characters driving the battles on every page. The book tells the ambitious tale of how one private company consolidated power over half a century - and how in doing so, transformed capitalism into something that feels so deeply alienating to many Americans today.

Anbieter: buecher
Stand: 08.08.2020
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Tom Stoppard (eBook, ePUB)
22,91 € *
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In this gripping narrative, Hermione Lee builds a unique portrait of one of our greatest playwrights. Her biography is remarkable for its unprecedented access to private papers, diaries and letters, and for the countless interviews it draws on. Meticulously researched, it tracks its subject from his Czech origins and childhood in India to every school and home he's ever lived in, every piece of writing he's ever done, and every play and film he's ever worked on. It tells the whole story, from his family's wartime escape from Nazi-occupied Czechoslovakia, to his English upbringing and lifelong love of his adopted country. It vividly evokes his youth as a Bristol reporter and would-be playwright and his dramatic leap to fame in the 1960s with Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead. It follows a life of amazing energy and activity, involving three marriages and four children, alongside constant writing, casting, rehearsing, lecture tours, interviews, first nights and transatlantic travel. It looks at the complexities of his political involvements, from his reputation for conservatism and disengagement, to his long years of work on behalf of Eastern Europe, Soviet "prisoners of conscience", PEN and the Free Belarus Theatre, and his close friendship with the playwright, dissident, and Czech President Václav Havel. It describes a career spanning over five decades, right up to his new, movingly personal play Leopoldstadt, opening in 2020, soon before the publication of this book. Lee's biography is full of Stoppard's voice, humour and thoughts about life: there's a Stoppard joke on almost every page. It observes him in rehearsal, looks at the changes he makes to his classic plays over many years, and makes brilliant close readings of his best, and least, known work for stage, screen and radio.Well over 100 people have been interviewed, including names from the theatrical, movie, music and literary worlds such as Felicity Kendal, Trevor Nunn, Diana Rigg, John Boorman, Richard Eyre, Sonia Friedman, Michael Kitchen, Simon Russell Beale, Tim Rice, Steven Spielberg, and David Cornwell (alias John le Carré). It draws on several years of long, exploratory conversations with Stoppard himself. But in the end this is the story of a complex, elusive and private man, which tells you an enormous amount about him but leaves you, also, with the fascinating mystery of his ultimate unknowability.

Anbieter: buecher
Stand: 08.08.2020
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Tom Stoppard
23,49 € *
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In this gripping narrative, Hermione Lee builds a unique portrait of one of our greatest playwrights. Her biography is remarkable for its unprecedented access to private papers, diaries and letters, and for the countless interviews it draws on. Meticulously researched, it tracks its subject from his Czech origins and childhood in India to every school and home he's ever lived in, every piece of writing he's ever done, and every play and film he's ever worked on. It tells the whole story, from his family's wartime escape from Nazi-occupied Czechoslovakia, to his English upbringing and lifelong love of his adopted country. It vividly evokes his youth as a Bristol reporter and would-be playwright and his dramatic leap to fame in the 1960s with Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead. It follows a life of amazing energy and activity, involving three marriages and four children, alongside constant writing, casting, rehearsing, lecture tours, interviews, first nights and transatlantic travel. It looks at the complexities of his political involvements, from his reputation for conservatism and disengagement, to his long years of work on behalf of Eastern Europe, Soviet "prisoners of conscience", PEN and the Free Belarus Theatre, and his close friendship with the playwright, dissident, and Czech President Václav Havel. It describes a career spanning over five decades, right up to his new, movingly personal play Leopoldstadt, opening in 2020, soon before the publication of this book. Lee's biography is full of Stoppard's voice, humour and thoughts about life: there's a Stoppard joke on almost every page. It observes him in rehearsal, looks at the changes he makes to his classic plays over many years, and makes brilliant close readings of his best, and least, known work for stage, screen and radio. Well over 100 people have been interviewed, including names from the theatrical, movie, music and literary worlds such as Felicity Kendal, Trevor Nunn, Diana Rigg, John Boorman, Richard Eyre, Sonia Friedman, Michael Kitchen, Simon Russell Beale, Tim Rice, Steven Spielberg, and David Cornwell (alias John le Carré). It draws on several years of long, exploratory conversations with Stoppard himself. But in the end this is the story of a complex, elusive and private man, which tells you an enormous amount about him but leaves you, also, with the fascinating mystery of his ultimate unknowability.

Anbieter: buecher
Stand: 08.08.2020
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Tom Stoppard (eBook, ePUB)
22,91 € *
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In this gripping narrative, Hermione Lee builds a unique portrait of one of our greatest playwrights. Her biography is remarkable for its unprecedented access to private papers, diaries and letters, and for the countless interviews it draws on. Meticulously researched, it tracks its subject from his Czech origins and childhood in India to every school and home he's ever lived in, every piece of writing he's ever done, and every play and film he's ever worked on. It tells the whole story, from his family's wartime escape from Nazi-occupied Czechoslovakia, to his English upbringing and lifelong love of his adopted country. It vividly evokes his youth as a Bristol reporter and would-be playwright and his dramatic leap to fame in the 1960s with Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead. It follows a life of amazing energy and activity, involving three marriages and four children, alongside constant writing, casting, rehearsing, lecture tours, interviews, first nights and transatlantic travel. It looks at the complexities of his political involvements, from his reputation for conservatism and disengagement, to his long years of work on behalf of Eastern Europe, Soviet "prisoners of conscience", PEN and the Free Belarus Theatre, and his close friendship with the playwright, dissident, and Czech President Václav Havel. It describes a career spanning over five decades, right up to his new, movingly personal play Leopoldstadt, opening in 2020, soon before the publication of this book. Lee's biography is full of Stoppard's voice, humour and thoughts about life: there's a Stoppard joke on almost every page. It observes him in rehearsal, looks at the changes he makes to his classic plays over many years, and makes brilliant close readings of his best, and least, known work for stage, screen and radio.Well over 100 people have been interviewed, including names from the theatrical, movie, music and literary worlds such as Felicity Kendal, Trevor Nunn, Diana Rigg, John Boorman, Richard Eyre, Sonia Friedman, Michael Kitchen, Simon Russell Beale, Tim Rice, Steven Spielberg, and David Cornwell (alias John le Carré). It draws on several years of long, exploratory conversations with Stoppard himself. But in the end this is the story of a complex, elusive and private man, which tells you an enormous amount about him but leaves you, also, with the fascinating mystery of his ultimate unknowability.

Anbieter: buecher
Stand: 08.08.2020
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