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  • InAzia – an asian taste in the middle of Warsaw. Discover the Polish capitol with high class escort guide.
    I have an update for those who met me long time ago. Living permanently in Warsaw now and hoping not to be moving elsewhere in next few months 🙂 So follow my blog for more reviews of restaurants or hotels and other local pearls I find in future. Regarding wine and dine updates, hotel Sheraton finally finished it’s refurbishment. The ground floor received lots of lively lights, modern accents and mirrors to enlighten the lobby. It is so much more cheerful now – great job! Not only the commom area is changed, the dining experience is new as well. I went to an “inAzia” restaurant to explore food and cocktails. Surprisingly they specialize in… you must have guessed it – Asian food! We had an amazing fun and for that I would love to thank a person who invited me – thank you, darling and hope to see you soon! 😉 The vibe. Modern, simple and clean. A lot of wooden elements and warm lights add a welcoming, cozy atmosphere to make you feel like home. The staff is friendly, smiley and despite the venue being a part of 5-star hotel, you can totally make jokes! I was supposed to wait for my cocktail about 15 minutes but they actually managed to get it very quickly. Big plus for me, a cocktail fan! The food. I will start from the dessert as taste-wise it was my number one. A cheescake with pistachio ice cream. Little heaven in my mouth. My experience with this dessert started few years back in Madrid. I tried THE BEST cheescake ever in one of local restaurants there. Since then I hunt for an equivalent and I finally found it inAzia. Just like a cheesy marshmellow melting in your mouth. Try it! The other choice was coconut mousse. Full of refreshing taste, very delighful. The desserts reversely followed by a main course. Our choice was a crispy duck and a whole dorade fish. Very nice, I enjoyed it a lot. Especially the duck, I must say it is nothing like a crispy duck from London’s Soho chinese places. I also like it but it is more of an comfort food than anything else. InAzia it just tastes much much better and a quality is easily visible there. Last meal was a started. A double portion of dim sum to spice up your appetite. I could just have a whole plate od those tiny, delicious asian dumplings. Really enjoyed it! A solid recommendation from me for inAzia, if you are looking for a quite, relaxed evening with your partner. Business partner, love partner, high class escort partner or just friends 😉 Really, it is a great place for those who appreciate sophisticated cuisine but don’t want to be stuck in the middle of Truman “look at me, I am so serious” show. Just come around, enjoy a great food and smile a lot. InAzia: https://www.restauracja-inazia.pl/
  • Vip companion to show you around Warsaw. Butchery & Wine for steak dinner
    Butchery & WineÅ»urawia 22Warsawwww.butcheryandwine.pl I am a huge steak fan and I am not easy to please with the meat as I am very particular about the taste, texture of a sauce etc. Being a vip companion means knowing right places. Butchery & Wine is so far my favorite steakhouse in Warsaw. I visited the restaurant few times already and I have been a very happy client every time 🙂 My name is Lillian – an international vip companion who lives in Warsaw. I enjoy meetings in a city as much as time spent in a privacy of a hotel. Warsaw is an amazing place and if you wish to discover luxuries of a city together, let me know! Last night I visited Butchery and Wine again. You have to know that they have one restaurant placed in two buildings next to each other. One is in Å»urawia 20 and the second, better for evenings in my opinion, in Å»urawia 22. The restaurant has a New York vibe and it goes very well with their international dishes. Their focus is on delicious simplicity and high quality. I decided to start with tuna tartar and continue with a main – Ribeye from Poland (you can choose an origin of a meat: Polish/Canadian). My friend also decided to have a steak but as a starter had ratatouille. Food was excellent. Tuna was refreshing, a light Asian seasoning and fresh cucumber goes perfectly with a fish. To increase my appetite I asked for a cocktail based on rosemary (unfortunately I don’t remember a name but there was one of a kind in menu) and we also ordered Syrah wine to accompany us during this delicious meal. A main course was delicious. Meat in Butchery and Wine are very much to my liking. I always order a peppercorn sauce with my steak (medium for me, please!) and I can honestly say this restaurant always serves a perfect one. It has a silky texture and I can taste that pepper! I don’t like when it is too liquidish… Waiter! One more rosemary cocktail, please! That’s right. The mix of taste and smell made me feel like I am in New York for a while. I managed to save some space for a dessert. Oh, those extra calories were worth it! Crème brulee is served with raspberry coulis and I really enjoyed that combination. You should try that one, too. I am definitely coming back to Butchery & Wine and I will recommend it to everyone who is looking for a good steak dinner. You can find more reviews and information about Butchery & Wine here: https://www.tripadvisor.com/Restaurant_Review-g274856-d2100250-Reviews-Butchery_and_Wine-Warsaw_Mazovia_Province_Central_Poland.html . Not only food is great but a service as well. Waiters are laid back but keeping manners. There are some foods in menu that I would like to try next time, for example roast bone marrow, crab linguini or aged beef fillet. The price to quality is very good also because it is not very expensive but expensive enough to make sure it is all fresh and prepared with heart. Just perfect for you and you vip companion. Find out more about my vip companions: Gallery: lillianloveinternational.com/gallery/ Bookings and reservations: lillianloveinternational.com/contact-bookings/ My high class escort services: lillianloveinternational.com/gifts/
  • Alfa Romeo Tipo 33 Stradale – Benjamin Button of cars. Blog by Lillian Love – international luxury model and exclusive companion.
    *Blog by Lillian Love – international luxury model and exclusive companion available for international escort bookings in Europe and worldwide* The development of the car is similar to human development. The prototype born by the creators, nothing, the newborn develops, improves its abilities, becomes better and better, and when it reaches full maturity, leaves the seclusion of the family factory and becomes a laborer performing their daily tasks. The next step may be to achieve success on the sports platform. However, sometimes things seem to be impossible among cars – a reversal of the development process. When in 1966, after 14 years of absence, Alfa Romeo decided to return to the races of touring cars, an organization was established closely related to its factories called Autodelta. Her goal was extremely simple – preparation for sports and car service with a four-leaf clover on the fender. The company decided, however, not to grope in the dark, only to use the experience gained during testing the TZ2 model. The result was one of the greatest racing cars of its era – Alfa Romeo Tipo 33. When a second evolution of the model (T33 / 2) was ready a year later, it turned out that the regulations required the manufacturer to produce a short homologation series capable of moving along the way. This is how Alfa RomeoTipo 33 Stradale was created. *Blog by Lillian Love – international luxury model and exclusive companion available for international escort bookings in Europe and worldwide* Under the hood of the car designed by Franco Scaglione was the V8 DOHC with a capacity of 2 liters, known for its high-performance version. The engine being the work of Carlo Chiti was characterized by a larger cylinder aperture than the piston stroke, which gave it a high-speed characteristic that allows it to achieve as much as 10,000 rpm. An interesting fact was the use of four ignition coils in combination with 16 candles. The power system was based on the SPICA fuel injection system, which resulted in power of 230 HP at 8,800 rpm, transmitted via a six-speed Colotti transmission to the rear axle. However, the most stunning was the supercar, for which Carrozzeria Marazzi was responsible. An unusual, but adding charm is the door raised like butterfly wings forward and up. Besides, the whole body of the T33 Stradale model is still considered the most sensual representative of the most splendid Italian car design school. *Blog by Lillian Love – international luxury model and exclusive companion available for international escort bookings in Europe and worldwide* The car was driving as it looked, the best confirmation would be the maximum speed of 260 km/h. The first hundred car reached in 5.5 seconds. For performance and stunning appearance, however, one had to pay enormously. In 1968, T33 Stradale was the most expensive passenger car available for sale – it cost $ 17,000, with the price of an average class car of around $ 3,000. No wonder that only 18 copies of this model were made. *Blog by Lillian Love – international luxury model and exclusive companion available for international escort bookings in Europe and worldwide*
  • Lamborghini Miura. Blog by Lillian Love – travel companion and international escort.
    *Blog by Lillian Love – travel companion and international escort available for international escort bookings in Europe and worldwide* Can a tractor manufacturer create a car that will turn an upside-down sports car market? History shows that he can. All he has to do is meet two conditions: start a war with Enzo Ferrari and be called Ferrucio Lamborghini. When in November 1965, during a showroom in Turin, Lamborghini presented a complete chassis called Miura, the viewers and specialists were stunned. The V12 engine was placed transversely in front of the rear axle, which was unusual because such a solution was so far reserved for racing cars. A complete car a year later caused a real storm. The Lamborghini stand attracted almost all visitors, and ashamed and furious Enzo Ferrari hurriedly left the exhibition hall. *Blog by Lillian Love – travel companion and international escort available for international escort bookings in Europe and worldwide* The first commercial vehicle, named after the bullfighter Antonio Miura, had to wait until 1966. The car was built on a spatial steel frame, modeled on Ford GT40 solutions. The design of the magnificent, high-meter body was taken by Giorgetto Giugiaro, later replaced by Marcell Gandini. The car looked very sensual and drew much, which was officially stated, from the already mentioned Ford GT40. The front and rear of the body was made of aluminum, and the roof and doors made from steel. Miura received an independent, modern suspension that emphasized its sporty character. The great car, however, had drawbacks. A fuel tank placed in the front part of the body made the front of the car, as gasoline diminished, become unloaded and drastically changed the driving characteristics. Besides, the imperfect aerodynamic body caused large stability problems. Quick driving Miura required really good skills behind the wheel, but the car gave an incredible satisfaction from driving. And we must admit that the possibilities were enormous. *Blog by Lillian Love – travel companion and international escort available for international escort bookings in Europe and worldwide* Placed behind the passenger compartment, a twelve-cylinder engine with 24 valves and a capacity of 4 liters is equipped with four Weber IDL3 carburetors, allowing to reach a power of 350 HP. Thanks to the five-pole gearbox coupled to the drive unit, which drives the rear wheels, the car achieved 100km/h in 6.7 seconds. In addition to treacherous driving at high speeds, the vehicle had other disadvantages. The interior was hot and loud, and the cramped and unvaccinous cockpit was notoriously filtered with the smell of fumes and gasoline. The workmanship and ergonomics of the passenger compartment also left much to be desired. Nevertheless, Miura was quite successful in the market, and the engineers encouraged by it developed its structure. Thus, after three years of production, an improved version of the P400 S was introduced, which in addition to cosmetic changes was distinguished by a more powerful 20 HP engine. Miura P400 S also received ventilated disc brakes. However, this was not the end of the evolution of the car. *Blog by Lillian Love – travel companion and international escort available for international escort bookings in Europe and worldwide* Lamborghini Miura was certainly not the ideal car, but it was these imperfections that gave her a unique character. Today, sophisticated mechanics combined with a sensual shape are considered to be the supercar of the late sixties and seventies of the twentieth century. The New York Museum of Modern Art recognized this model as a real icon of motorization. *Blog by Lillian Love – travel companion and international escort available for international escort bookings in Europe and worldwide
  • Austin Healey 3000. Blog by Lillian Love – international blonde VIP escort and independent luxury companion.
    I decided to write today about British cars since I am almost packing for a London flight. The look of Austin Healey 3000 reminds me of Agatha Christie’s Hercules Poirot, my favourite detective, and the times I will never be able to experience.
  • F1’s cars new regulation changes. Blog by Lillian Love – the luxury companion and international high class escort
    F1’s cars have changed in 2019 with new regulations in force to promote closer, more exciting racing and to allow drivers to push harder throughout races. Here’s the guide to the key rules twaeks for 2019 season… *Blog by Lillian Love – the luxury companion and international high class escort available for international escort bookings in Europe and worldwide* FRONT WINGThe most noticeable change for 2019 is a new front wing. It’s wider and less complex than in the past. This limits the opportunity to channel airflow outboard of the car, which leads to more disruption behind the car. Front wings are limited to five elements either side. They will feature simpler endplates and are limited to two strakes under the car. The wing’s width is increased by 200mm, it’s height by 20mm, and it’smoved forward by 25mm. BRAKE DUCTSIn recent years brake ducts have become even more complex, acting as aerodynamic as well as cooling devices. There’s less surface area to play with this year, so that aero effect is now reduced. *Blog by Lillian Love – the luxury companion and international high class escort available for international escort bookings in Europe and worldwide* WEIGHTThe minimum weight of the car, without fuel, has gone up slightly from 733kg to 740kg. More importantly, at least 80kg of that must be made up of the driver, his seat and driving equipment. Lighter drivers can bring themselves up to the 80kg threshold by adding ballast, but crucially this balast must be positioned in the immediate cockpit area – and cannot be used elsewhere on the car to help improve it’s balance. REAR WINGA height increase of 20mm doesn’t seem like much but it will lift the ‘rooster tail’ of turbulent air behind the car higher so it has less of an effect on a following rival’s car. The wing is 100mm wider than the 2018 edition. The DRS opening is also increased 20mm, boosting its potencial power by around 25 per cent, and there’s now a limitation on the pressure-equalising endplate slots of 2018. *Blog by Lillian Love – the luxury companion and international high class escort available for international escort bookings in Europe and worldwide* REAR WING ENDPLATE LIGHTSOne of the few revisions not introduced for closer racing. To increase visibility in poor weather and to improve safety, the traditional cetral rear light is joined by an additional LED light on each rear wing endplate. These must be illuminated at all times when using intermediate or wet-weather tyres. FUELThe maximum fuel allowance for the race is rising from 105kg to 110kg in order to allow drivers to use the engine at full power at all times. They should no longer have to worry as much about conserving fuel – and will hence be able to push harder, especialy in the closing stages of a grand prix. BARGEBOARDSThe bargeboards either side of the cockpit have been repositioned and are smaller in order to make them less powerful and less aerodynamically disruptive. The bargeboards have been reduced in height by 150mm and moved forward 100mm. *Blog by Lillian Love – the luxury companion and international high class escort available for international escort bookings in Europe and worldwide. Visit here for more information and bookings.* Source:Spain official race programme 10-12 May 2019
  • Meet blonde international elite companion and live an adventure!
    *I love luxury. I love cars. I love adventure. My name is Lillian Love and I am a blonde international elite companion. Don’t hesitate to contact me if you are looking for a luxury service and beautiful model to accompany you during romantic evening, events or holiday *Before the superlative achievements of Fernando Alonso, and in the wake of his glory years, Spain has provaided Formula 1 with a rich store of racing heritage. Defined by triumph, tragedy and tales of what might have been – Spain’s “other” drivers encapsulate the bittersweet pursuit of grand prix glory.Flying the flagSpain’s first Grand Prix took place on a street curcuit in the Pedralbes district of Barcelona. Flying the flag for the home nation was Barcelonan Francisco Godia Sales, better known as Paco Godia. A wealthy businessman and motor racing enthusiast, Godia finished in 10th, some 10 laps down on the rest of the field after numerous incidents that finally resulted in the Spaniard hurling the bonnet of his damaged car into the pit lane and carrying on to the finisz line. The Barcelona native wasn’t done with GF1 however, and after a second SPanish GP in 1954, he put together more commited F1 racing programmes between 1956 – 1958, claiming a best result of fourth at the 1956 Italian and German GP’s. *I love luxury. I love cars. I love adventure. My name is Lillian Love and I am a blonde international elite companion. Don’t hesitate to contact me if you are looking for a luxury service and beautiful model to accompany you during romantic evening, events or holiday *The glamour of racingFencer, aviator, Olympic bobsleigh competitor, steeplechase jockey and racing driver, Alfonso de Portago might now have been Spain’s first F1 star but de Portago was certainly the most glamorous. The son of a spanish nobleman, de Portago was a gentleman driver who focused largely on sports cars. In 1956, however, Enzo Ferrari named him as a fifth driver in F1 team that also featured Juan Manuel Fangio, Peter Collins, Luigi Musso and Eugenio Castelotti. The company was exalted but de Portago hel his own, taking the best result of a shared second at the 1956 British GP after handling his car over to Collins. In 1957 a return to sportcar racing ended in tragedy when he suffered a tyre failure while contesting Edmund Nelson and 10 spectators – five of tchem children – we killed, bringing the legendary road race to an end. The lean yearsSpanish F1 hopes thinned in the 1960s and 1970s with few drivers making an impact on the sport. However ,a numer of hopefuls flirted with F1 careers longer funds allowed. Once such driver was Alex Soler-Roig, the son of a wealthy Barcelona surgeon. After some success in sportcars, Soler-Roig made his F1 weekend debut at the 1970 SPanish Grand Prix, driving a Lotus 49. He failed to qualify, did not start at Belgian Grand Prix, and again failed to qualify in France in the same year. Undeterred, he took sizeable  resources in March 1971 but again the results were poor and after two further starts in 1972 he bowed out of the sport. *I love luxury. I love cars. I love adventure. My name is Lillian Love and I am a blonde international elite companion. Don’t hesitate to contact me if you are looking for a luxury service and beautiful model to accompany you during romantic evening, events or holiday *Team playersAfter a dearth of Spanish heroes to cheer in 1970, the following decade saw a new wave of hopefuls break through, two of whom woud enjoy a career on the pit wall as well as at the wheel. Emerging from F3000 in the late 1980s, Adrian Campos and Luis Perez-Sala both graduated to F1 with the lowli Minardi team. Campos was first, making his debut at the Brazilian Grand Prix in 1987, though he was disqualified for passing cars on the parade lap. Perez-Sala joined the Italian squad the following year, displacing Campos. While both only raced briefly in F1, they eventually transferred their Motorsport knowledge to the pit wall, with Campos presiding over a successful team in GP2 and now in Formula 2 and the new F3 championship. Perez-Sala, meanwhile, acted as Team Principal at the short-lived HRT F1 team in 2012.Podiums and pointsWith the arrival of Marc Gene and Pedro de la Rosa in 1999, spanish hopes were rekindled and both enjoyed long and successful careers at the variety of teams. While Gene raced 36 Times and took a best result of fifth with Williams at the 2003 Italian Grand Prix, it was de la Rosa who made the greater impact. The Barcelona native became just the third spanish driver to feature at the F1 podium after de Portago in 1956 and Alonso in 2003. De la Rosa’a moment arrived in Hungery in 2006, where he navigated rivers of rain to take second place for McLaren behind Jenson Button. In all, de la Rosa raced 104 Times for Arrows, Jaguar, McLaren, Sauber and HRT across a 13-year career, making him still Spain’s second most regular Grand Prix started after Fernando Alonso. The youngest gunBefore Carlos Sainz’s arrival at Red Bull-owned Toro Rosso, another spanish Red Bull Junior hopeful had been touted as a potencial star of the future – Jaime Alguersuari. WIth a British F3 title in his pocket and a solid season in Formula Renault 3.5 in 2009, Alguersuari was boosted to an F1 seat with Toro Rosso at the year’s ungarian Grand Prix, in place of Sebastien Bourdais. The step up made Alguersuari the youngest ever driver to start a Grand Prix at the age of 19, 125 days. It was the record that stood until 2015 and an arrival of another Red Bull hopeful, Max Verstappen. In all, Alguersuari raced 46 Times before exiting the sport at the end of 2011 and has since forged a successful career as a musician and DJ. *I love luxury. I love cars. I love adventure. My name is Lillian Love and I am a blonde international elite companion. Don’t hesitate to contact me if you are looking for a luxury service and beautiful model to accompany you during romantic evening, events or holiday *
  • Mercedes-Benz 300 SL Gullwing. International high class escort and cars.
    International high class escorts love luxury cars. I love cars with character. In 1952 model 300 SL (Sport Leicht) became a winner in Le Mans and Nurburgring, as well as in the murderous Carrera Panamericana, where not even a vulture interrupted a triumph of a Mercedes. If you are looking for an international high class escort to accompany you during business events, holiday or getaway weekend- look no further ! Check my website and get to know me – let’s live an adventure.

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