Top Attractions in Morocco

Meknes pic
Meknes
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Geoffrey (Geoff) Scovil has been practicing habeas corpus law through his solo practice in Albuquerque, New Mexico, for nearly two decades. In this capacity, his raises legal challenges to trial cases based on errors that violate his clients’ constitutional rights. Outside of his professional responsibilities, Geoffrey Scovil enjoys traveling away from Albuquerque to such destinations as Morocco.

Featuring everything from sunny coasts and relaxed countrysides to awe-inspiring mountains, Morocco is a popular tourist destination. Below are just a few of the country’s top attractions:

Meknes: one of Morocco’s four imperial cities, Meknes was a former capital of the country and it houses several major attractions of historical interest, including the Dar Jamai Museum and Bab Mansour. The city consists of a 9th-century medina nestled inside a 21st-century city and features numerous examples of Spanish-Moorish-style architecture.

Todra Gorge: found on the east side of the High Atlas Mountains, Todra Gorge is a breathtaking sight for many visitors. It was carved out of the mountains with the help of the Dades River and is perhaps most spectacular along its final 650 yards. This stretch of the gorge features smooth rock walls reaching up to 525 feet high and a flat track that shrinks down to just 33 feet wide.

Ouarzazate: serving as the shooting site of numerous Hollywood classics, Ouarzazate has hosted film crews from Cleopatra, Sahara, and Kingdom of Heaven over the years. Directors have been using the city and its surrounding desert for movies since the 1960s, and visitors can tour the locales and still-surviving sets from some of their favorite blockbusters.

FC Barcelona Hopes to Keep Lionel Messi, Make Him Highest-Paid Player

Lionel Messi’ pic
Lionel Messi
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After volunteering with Ohio’s public defender department during college, attorney Geoffrey Scovil moved to the Albuquerque, New Mexico, area. There, he served in the state’s public defender department before becoming a solo practitioner in Albuquerque. Aside from his legal work, Geoff Scovil follows soccer and his favorite team is FC Barcelona.

Though Lionel Messi’s contract is set to expire in 2018, Josep Maria Bartomeu, FC Barcelona’s president, is adamant about keeping the star player in Spain. While talking to reporters in late December, Bartomeu praised Messi by boldly calling the star the absolute best footballer in the sport’s history. Prepared to back up his statement, Bartomeu is ready to make Messi the world’s highest-paid soccer player to keep him in Barcelona.

The team’s management has already made strides in securing the team’s future through other players. Both Luis Suarez and Neymar recently renewed their contracts with the team through 2021. The 29-year-old Messi, who has won World Player of the Year five times, has played with Barcelona for his entire professional career.

Remote Places to See in Hong Kong

Dragon’s Back pic
Dragon’s Back
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As a proponent of constitutional rights, Geoffrey “Geoff” Scovil is also committed to defending people who are indigent in criminal cases. An attorney at law since 1998, he is currently working as a solo practitioner in Albuquerque. When not focusing on his work, Geoffrey Scovil leaves Albuquerque for periods to travel to different parts of the world. One of the places he has visited is Hong Kong, China.

About 236 islands make up the archipelago of Hong Kong, a large number of which are local and tourist favorites. Some of these islands are iconic, while others are lesser known. The most popular tourist spots tend to become crowded, especially during the peak season, so tourists may want to consider the following remote yet striking spots in Hong Kong.

1. Dragon’s Back – Its ridge-top path, looking much like the spine of a dragon, is considered a stunning hiking trail in Shek O Country Park.

2. Sai Wan Swimming Shed – This last surviving swimming shed on the westernmost part of the island has become quite popular with Instagram users.

3. Cape D’Aguilar Lighthouse – Built in 1875 on the southeastern tip of the island, the Cape D’Aguilar Lighthouse is one of five surviving prewar lighthouses, and the oldest in Hong Kong.

Vegetarian Substitutes for Meat

Attorney at law Geoffrey “Geoff” Scovil practices Habeas Corpus law in New Mexico as a solo practitioner. He is one of the State of New Mexico Public Defender Department’s leading Habeas Corpus contracting attorneys and is highly familiar with trials and appellate research and writing. In his free time, Geoff Scovil enjoys trying different foods. He is especially fond of brick oven pizza and vegetarian cuisine.

When it comes to meat substitutes in vegetarian dishes, most individuals first think of tofu. However, there is a much larger variety of vegetables and even fruits that make great substitutes for meat. The following are just a few examples of meat substitutes and protein sources other than tofu.

-Mushrooms: With a rich and sometimes even meaty flavor, mushrooms, specifically Portobello and cremini mushrooms, are a great vegetarian substitute for meat in nearly every recipe. They can be eaten either as the main dish or can be used in place of meat on a sandwich or bun.

-Legumes: Beans, lentils, and other legumes are packed with protein and a number of healthy nutrients and minerals. They can easily be made into burgers or sausages and are great for adding to salads and soups for a little boost in flavor and nourishment.

-Cauliflower: When seasoned and cooked right, cauliflower can provide some of the same tastes found in various meat dishes. It works as a substitute for Buffalo wings and pizza crusts and can be sliced and prepared as a piccata dish.

-Potatoes: Although potatoes are commonly seen as side dishes, they can also be the star of a dish. Potatoes are great for soups and can even be added to burgers. They are versatile and come in a variety of types, making it easier to match their flavor to a dish.

Outpost Productions Offers Music Education to People of All Ages

Geoffrey Scovil, an experienced attorney at law, owns and operates a private Albuquerque, New Mexico, practice focused on habeas corpus cases. Outside of his work as an attorney, Geoff Scovil supports several local organizations, including Outpost Productions, a nonprofit group that presents music and art performances throughout the year.

In addition to bringing a variety of musicians and artists to Albuquerque, Outpost Productions oversees a diverse educational program that offers classes and workshops for youth and adults. Since launching the program nearly two decades ago, Outpost Productions has taught jazz, Latin, and opera music to approximately 2,000 students of all ages and abilities.

Today, individuals can take classes year-round from experienced musicians and musical instructors, including saxophonist Kanoa Kaluhiwa, drummer Sharon Eldridge, and trumpeter Paul Gonzales. Youth four to 14 years of age can also participate in an eight-week opera workshop that focuses on peer collaboration, musical composition, and acting. Additional details, including class times and pricing information, can be found at www.outpostspace.org.

Popular Attractions in San Francisco

An experienced attorney, Geoffrey “Geoff” Scovil practices habeas corpus law out of his own solo office in Albuquerque, New Mexico. When not busy with his duties as an attorney, Geoff Scovil enjoys traveling both around the world and domestically, and he has visited such US cities as Los Angeles and San Francisco.

Recognized for its unique architecture and scenery, San Francisco has a wide range of attractions that draw in a variety of visitors from around the world. Some of the city’s most popular attractions include:

Palace of Fine Arts: Featuring a classical European-style lagoon and Roman rotunda, the Palace of Fine Arts is a remnant from the 1915 World’s Fair. It regularly serves as the site of various cultural and musical events, but many individuals enjoy simply relaxing on the grounds.

California Academy of Sciences: Located in Golden Gate Park, the California Academy of Sciences features a living roof covered in native plants and hilly terrain. Home to a natural history museum and aquarium, among many other attractions, it is often regarded as an architectural marvel.

Ghirardelli Square: Surrounded by a host of galleries, shops, and restaurants, Ghirardelli Square draws in everyone from shoppers to entertainment seekers. Built within a restored factory that formerly housed a chocolate company, the square was the first in a series of projects that sought to bring life back to the abandoned complex.

Chinatown: Although many cities have their own Chinatown, San Francisco’s is both the largest outside of Asia and the oldest in North America. Visitors can find everything from temples and workshops to tea houses and antique shops, and they can attend elaborate Chinese New Year celebrations.