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Generator Hostel London: Book shared or private rooms at our hostels #hotels

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If you re travelling from Stansted Airport, take the Stansted Express to Liverpool Street. Get on the tube and take the Central line to Holborn then change onto the Piccadilly line and get off at Russell Square. It s a brief walk from there to the hostel. A single fare on the Stansted Express is 21.50 and the journey takes about 47 minutes.

If you re flying into Heathrow Airport, take the Piccadilly line to King s Cross. Then it s a 5-minute walk to Generator London. A single fair is 5.50 and it ll take about an hour.

If you re arriving into Gatwick Airport, take the Southern Railway or Gatwick Express to London Victoria station. From there, get on the tube and take the Victoria line to King s Cross. Then it s a 5-minute walk.

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London is a dizzying mix of world-class culture, fashion, food and frolics. It s a city where two thousand years of history can stand side-by-side with shimmering new skyscrapers. Whoever you are, whatever you re looking for, chances are you ll find it here.

Generator London is a short stroll from Covent Garden, Regents Park and the British Museum. When crafting this hostel we redesigned this old police station to reflect the city s street life. Local reclaimed timber, exposed brickwork and hot-rolled black steel give the hostel an industrial feel. Bold graphics, vibrant patterns and famous British cultural icons combine to capture London s cosmopolitan vibe. Make sure you catch the classic red bus that s parked next to our bar s dance floor every night. Don t be late, London s calling.

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Midtown Office Space NYC – (212) 601-2700 – 1345 Avenue Americas #shared

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1345 Avenue of the Americas
2nd Floor
New York, NY 10105
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1345 Avenue of the Americas, a Sixth Avenue Class A building, is situated between 54th and 55th Streets. This prime, Midtown office space boasts a striking lobby that will leave a lasting impression on your guests and clients, on-site garage, close proximity to Fortune 500 neighbors, and some of the city s finest hotels and restaurants. The adjacent Fischer Park offers relief and tranquility from the hustle of the Ziegfeld Theater and the bustle of Sixth Avenue. The location of the property allows for convenient access to all forms of public transportation.

This 40,000 square-foot office and meeting facility occupies the entire 2nd floor. It boasts 115 modernly-furnished offices, coworking space and team rooms. Our team rooms are large furnished offices that can accommodate 5-12 people per company.

The Midtown business center includes these amenities:

  • Private office spaces ranging in size from a 2-person interior office (171 square feet from $1,425/month) to an 8-person Team Room (384 square feet from $4,525/month) up to a 10-person Team Room (399 square feet from $4,988/month).
  • Spacious Meeting Rooms with access to the pantry, lounge area and copy/fax center:
  • The Fischer Meeting Room is a private meeting room that seats 14 people. It is equipped with high definition flat screen television and wired/wireless Internet access.
  • The Columbus Meeting Room seats 10 people overlooking the New York Hilton. It is equipped with a high definition flat screen television, access to basic cable, and wired/wireless Internet access.
  • Remarkable Lounge Space – Clients meet guests, catch up on the national news and weather, and enjoy a quick break from the office or a nice lunch onsite with colleagues.
  • Copy/Fax Center – Features a high quality black/white and color printer, scanner, and copier. A fax machine is available for use.
  • Stocked Kitchen/Pantry – Includes a microwave, refrigerator, and a selection of coffees and teas. A variety of snacks and soft drinks may be purchased.

Virgo s Midtown location serves the Manhattan areas of 6th Avenue, Avenue of the Americas, Columbus Circle, Midtown West and Rockefeller Center. Shared office space rental and lease durations start at one month.

Call Virgo Midtown today at (212) 601-2700 to schedule a tour of this unique, shared office space and executive suites.

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The Different Types of Child Custody #shared #legal #custody

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The Different Types of Child Custody

Physical Custody

Physical custody means that a parent has the right to have a child live with him or her. Some states will award joint physical custody when the child spends significant amounts of time with both parents. Joint physical custody works best if parents live relatively close to each other, as it lessens the stress on children and allows them to maintain a somewhat normal routine.

Where the child lives primarily with one parent and has visitation with the other, generally the parent with whom the child primarily lives (called the “custodial” parent) will have sole or primary physical custody, and the other parent (the noncustodial parent) will have the right to visitation or parenting time with his or her child.

Legal Custody

Legal custody of a child means having the right and the obligation to make decisions about a child’s upbringing. A parent with legal custody can make decisions about the child’s schooling, religious upbringing and medical care, for example. In many states, courts regularly award joint legal custody, which means that the decision making is shared by both parents.

If you share joint legal custody with the other parent and you exclude him or her from the decision-making process, your ex can take you back to court and ask the judge to enforce the custody agreement. You won’t get fined or go to jail, but it will probably be embarrassing and cause more friction between the two of you — which may harm the children. What’s more, if you’re represented by an attorney, it’s sure to be expensive.

If you believe the circumstances between you and your child’s other parent make it impossible to share joint legal custody (the other parent won’t communicate with you about important matters or is abusive), you can go to court and ask for sole legal custody. But, in many states, joint legal custody is preferred, so you will have to convince a family court judge that it is not in the best interests of your child.

To learn more about child custody and how it is determined in your state, see the Child Custody Paternity section on DivorceNet.com (part of the Nolo network of legal websites).

Sole Custody

One parent can have either sole legal custody or sole physical custody of a child. Courts generally won’t hesitate to award sole physical custody to one parent if the other parent is deemed unfit — for example, because of alcohol or drug dependency or charges of child abuse or neglect.

However, in most states, courts are moving away from awarding sole custody to one parent and toward enlarging the role both parents play in their children’s lives. Even where courts do award sole physical custody, the parties often still share joint legal custody, and the noncustodial parent enjoys a generous visitation schedule. In these situations, the parents would make joint decisions about the child’s upbringing, but one parent would be deemed the primary physical caretaker, while the other parent would have visitation rights under a parenting agreement or schedule.

It goes without saying that there may be animosity between you and your soon-to-be ex-spouse. But it’s best not to seek sole custody unless the other parent truly causes direct harm to the children. Even then, courts may still allow the other parent supervised visitation.

Joint Custody

Parents who don’t live together have joint custody (also called shared custody) when they share the decision-making responsibilities for, and/or physical control and custody of, their children. Joint custody can exist if the parents are divorced, separated, or no longer cohabiting, or even if they never lived together. Joint custody may be:

  • joint legal custody
  • joint physical custody (where the children spend a significant portion of time with each parent), or
  • joint legal and physical custody.

Joint Custody Arrangements

When parents share joint custody, they usually work out a schedule according to their work requirements, housing arrangements and the children’s needs. If the parents cannot agree on a schedule, the court will impose an arrangement. A common pattern is for children to split weeks between each parent’s house or apartment. Other joint physical custody arrangements include:

  • alternating months, years, or six-month periods, or
  • spending weekends and holidays with one parent, while spending weekdays with the other.

There is even a joint custody arrangement where the children remain in the family home and the parents take turns moving in and out, spending their out time in separate housing of their own. This is commonly called “bird’s nest custody” or “nesting.”

Pros and Cons of Joint Custody

Joint custody has the advantages of assuring the children continuing contact and involvement with both parents. And it alleviates some of the burdens of parenting for each parent.

There are, of course, disadvantages:

  • Children must be shuttled around.
  • Parental noncooperation or ill will can have seriously negative effects on children.
  • Maintaining two homes for the children can be expensive.

If you have a joint custody arrangement, maintain detailed and organized financial records of your expenses. Keep receipts for groceries, school and after-school activities, clothing and medical care. At some point, your ex may claim he or she has spent more money on the kids than you have, and a judge will appreciate your detailed records.

For more information about child support, including how it’s calculated, see DivorceNet’s section on Child Support .

For more on child custody arrangements, see Building a Parenting Agreement That Works: How to Put Your Kids First When Your Marriage Doesn’t Last . by Mimi E. Lyster (Nolo).

Talk to a Divorce attorney.





Wigwam Village Motel 6-Route 66: A Discover Our Shared Heritage Travel Itinerary

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Entrance to the Wigwam Village Motel #6
National Park Service
Route 66 Corridor Preservation Program

In the arid Arizona desert, the Wigwam Village Motel in Holbrook still provides Route 66 aficionados the opportunity to Sleep in a Wigwam!

While passing through Cave City, Kentucky in 1938, Chester E. Lewis was impressed by the distinctive design of the original Wigwam Village constructed in 1937 by architect Frank Redford. An astute observer may notice that the Wigwam Village is not composed of wigwams but of teepees. Mr. Redford, who patented the wigwam village design in 1936, disliked the word teepee and used wigwam instead.

Mr. Lewis purchased copies of the plans and the right to use the Wigwam Village name. The purchase included a royalty agreement in which Mr. Lewis would install coin operated radios, and every dime inserted for 30 minutes of play would be sent to Mr. Redford as payment. Seven Wigwam Villages were constructed between 1936 and the 1950s. Finished in 1950, Mr. Lewis village was the sixth, thus its designation as Wigwam Village #6.

Antique cars parked along Wigwam Village Motel
Arizona State Historic Preservation Office

Fifteen concrete and steel freestanding teepees are arranged in a semi-circle around the main office. The motel office and its surrounding small buildings represent the quarters of the chief and his family. Each teepee is 21 feet wide at the base and 28 feet high. The teepees are painted white with a red zigzag above the doorway. Rooms feature the original hand-made hickory furniture, and each is equipped with a sink, toilet, and shower. Vintage automobiles are permanently parked throughout the property, including a Studebaker that belonged to Mr. Lewis. In front of the main office were gas pumps that are no longer in place.

Mr. Lewis successfully operated the motel until Interstate 40 bypassed downtown Holbrook in the late-1970s. Mr. Lewis sold the business, and it remained open, but only to sell gas. Two years after Mr. Lewis death, his wife and grown children re-purchased the property and reopened the motel in 1988. They removed the gas pumps and converted part of the main office into a museum, which is open to the public. The museum holds Mr. Lewis own collection of Indian artifacts, Civil War memorabilia, Route 66 collectibles, and a petrified wood collection. Wigwam Village Motel #6 was listed in the National Register of Historic Places in 2002. In 2003 and 2007. the motel received Cost-Share Grants from the NPS Route 66 Corridor Preservation Program. Of the seven original Wigwam Village Motels, two other Wigwam Village Motels survive: #2 in Cave City, Kentucky and #7 in Rialto/San Bernardino, California.

Plan your visit

Wigwam Village Motel #6 is located at 811 West Hopi Dr. in Holbrook, AZ. For reservations contact 928-524-3048 or visit the Wigwam Motel website. Each teepee has a private bathroom with toilet and shower, a television, and air conditioner. Keeping with the authenticity of the original motel, there is no ice machine, but if requested, staff will fill a small ice bucket for customers.

Wigwam Village Motel 6-Route 66: A Discover Our Shared Heritage Travel Itinerary

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Entrance to the Wigwam Village Motel #6
National Park Service
Route 66 Corridor Preservation Program

In the arid Arizona desert, the Wigwam Village Motel in Holbrook still provides Route 66 aficionados the opportunity to Sleep in a Wigwam!

While passing through Cave City, Kentucky in 1938, Chester E. Lewis was impressed by the distinctive design of the original Wigwam Village constructed in 1937 by architect Frank Redford. An astute observer may notice that the Wigwam Village is not composed of wigwams but of teepees. Mr. Redford, who patented the wigwam village design in 1936, disliked the word teepee and used wigwam instead.

Mr. Lewis purchased copies of the plans and the right to use the Wigwam Village name. The purchase included a royalty agreement in which Mr. Lewis would install coin operated radios, and every dime inserted for 30 minutes of play would be sent to Mr. Redford as payment. Seven Wigwam Villages were constructed between 1936 and the 1950s. Finished in 1950, Mr. Lewis village was the sixth, thus its designation as Wigwam Village #6.

Antique cars parked along Wigwam Village Motel
Arizona State Historic Preservation Office

Fifteen concrete and steel freestanding teepees are arranged in a semi-circle around the main office. The motel office and its surrounding small buildings represent the quarters of the chief and his family. Each teepee is 21 feet wide at the base and 28 feet high. The teepees are painted white with a red zigzag above the doorway. Rooms feature the original hand-made hickory furniture, and each is equipped with a sink, toilet, and shower. Vintage automobiles are permanently parked throughout the property, including a Studebaker that belonged to Mr. Lewis. In front of the main office were gas pumps that are no longer in place.

Mr. Lewis successfully operated the motel until Interstate 40 bypassed downtown Holbrook in the late-1970s. Mr. Lewis sold the business, and it remained open, but only to sell gas. Two years after Mr. Lewis death, his wife and grown children re-purchased the property and reopened the motel in 1988. They removed the gas pumps and converted part of the main office into a museum, which is open to the public. The museum holds Mr. Lewis own collection of Indian artifacts, Civil War memorabilia, Route 66 collectibles, and a petrified wood collection. Wigwam Village Motel #6 was listed in the National Register of Historic Places in 2002. In 2003 and 2007. the motel received Cost-Share Grants from the NPS Route 66 Corridor Preservation Program. Of the seven original Wigwam Village Motels, two other Wigwam Village Motels survive: #2 in Cave City, Kentucky and #7 in Rialto/San Bernardino, California.

Plan your visit

Wigwam Village Motel #6 is located at 811 West Hopi Dr. in Holbrook, AZ. For reservations contact 928-524-3048 or visit the Wigwam Motel website. Each teepee has a private bathroom with toilet and shower, a television, and air conditioner. Keeping with the authenticity of the original motel, there is no ice machine, but if requested, staff will fill a small ice bucket for customers.