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Business name:
River Valley Florist
Address:
336 W 3Rd St
City:
Mercedes
State:
Texas
Zip Code:
78570
Phone number:
(956) 261-3708
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Oct 26, 2018

I spent the day in the most expensive hotel suite in America—at $75000 a night, here's why it's worth every cent

Normally, Lordonnois personally chauffeurs penthouse guests from the airport in whatever car they prefer, like a Mercedes-Maybach or S class, and sees them to the suite. There, a bottle of rare wine or champagne and snacks, like a truffle pizza from Mark Restaurant, will be waiting. Since I'm not actually staying at the hotel or paying $75,000 a night, my tour of the 15-room suite (enough room for a family and its entourage) starts in the "reception" room. That space alone is almost larger than my first NYC apartment. From there, we enter the great room, and there's no need for boldly striped floors here. The ceilings are 26 feet high with four large skylight windows cut into the roof line that drench the room in sunlight. "This is where the old water tanker of the hotel used to be, before the renovation," Lordonnois says, gesturing upward. The room smells of flowers; it's coming from a giant arrangement of hydrangeas. (Almost every room has fresh-cut flowers.) Next, we walk through two sets of double doors into the "library" - which feels more like a cool lounge. It has perfectly arranged bookshelves that look ready for a catalog shoot. The library's fireplace (one of four in the penthouse) looks wood-burning but is fueled by natural gas and lights with the press of a button. In the formal dining room, I find out breakfast is not included. "A lot of our guests that stay here, obviously, don't care about breakfast packages," Lordonnois explains. "But if it's important to you, it will be [included]." Guests typically bring a private chef to cook in the penthouse kitchen, he adds. The suite has five bedrooms, including two master suites. In both of the master baths, there are fine soaps from the Italian perfumery La Bottega. White bathrobes hang and plush towels are monogrammed with an "M" for "The Mark." I'm told turn-down service can include everything from ornate and rare chocolate truffles left on guests' pillows to personalized Loro Piana slippers (some of the brand's slippers retail for nearly $700). Next, we head up the suite's grand staircase to a room enclosed in glass. Lordonnois refers to this room as the "atrium," and on a sunny day, you'd need SPF up here. The room's glass doors open to a massive wraparound terrace. The outdoor space is 2,500 square feet. The median size of a new single-family home sold in the U.S. in 2017 was 2,457 square feet, according to the Census Bureau, and in fact this outdoor space is bigger than the house I grew up in. It has much better views, too - of Central Park, which is less than a block away. The luxury doesn't end within the walls of the suite either. ...

Mar 23, 2018

Flower entrepreneur's lavish lifestyle, prior convictions described in sentencing documents

He was sentenced to probation and community service, fined $10,000 and ordered to liquidate two pieces of real estate, a Jaguar and a Mercedes Benz.In 1992, he was convicted for willful failure to file tax returns for tax years 1984 and 1985. He was sentenced to three months in prison and five years' probation and ordered to repay the government. The government sentencing memorandum indicates that, "while on probation, Adams continued his scheme of obstructing the IRS' efforts to collect back taxes from him by, for example, bouncing checks to the IRS, failing to pay amounts owed, and giving other false information to IRS collections officers."k.florin@theday.com...

Apr 7, 2017

A month for fools and flowers

From Jim Butcher’s sci-fi novel, Fool Moon (protagonist Harry Dresden searches for a werewolf on the loose in Chicago), to Mercedes Lackey’s urban fantasy, Fortune’s Fool (Ekaterina, seventh daughter of the Sea King, has adventures), you should be able to find something enjoyable.In fact, just one title — Fool Me Once — will get you a nice sampling. Steve Hockensmith and Lisa Falco’s novel by that name offers a mystery with Tarot cards. Fern Michael’s novel, on the other hand, provides a bit of romance. And Harlan Coben’s novel delivers his trademark suspense/thriller page-turning action.If Fool Me Once doesn’t quite suffice, then check out Fool Me Twice, one of Robert B. Parker’s Jesse Stone novels where murder and mayhem once again disrupt life in idyllic Paradise, Massachusetts.Or if historical fiction is more your jam, a pair of royal novels should fit the bill nicely. King's Fool by Margaret Campbell Barnes tells “a Remarkably Intimate Tale of the Intrigue, Ruthlessness, and Majesty of Henry VIII's Court.” And The Queen's Fool by Philippa Gregory is the story of a young woman caught up in the clash between Mary I and her half-sister Elizabeth I in 16th century England.On the flower front, the Madison County Public Library is all about gardening this spring. Our annual seed library is up and running, and you can check out a wide variety of fruit, vegetable, and flower seeds with your library card. You can also check a variety of common garden tools, attend classes on all aspects of gardening, and browse our extensive garden/growing collection of books and magazines.Carly Cylinder’s The Flower Chef: A Modern Guide to Do-It-Yourself Floral Arrangements might be a good place to start. It’s available in print in Richmond. While you’re there, you might also pick up our copy of The Know Maintenance Perennial Garden by Roy Diblik, described as “a veritable gold mine for gardeners.”In T.S. Eliot’s world, April may be cruel, but at the Madison County Public Library, April is actually pretty cool. I hope you will stop by soon to check out all we have to offer. I’ll see you at the library!#ndn-video-player-3.ndn_embedded .ndn_floatContainer { margin-top: 10px; margin-bottom: 20px; }... (Richmond Register)

Apr 7, 2017

Blooming Brilliant: These Florals Are Anything But Typical

Bergdorf Goodman, New York, Brock Collection top, $1,290, A’maree’s, Newport Beach, Calif., Loewe flower (worn as necklace), $380, loewe.com and Mercedes Castillo shoes, $495, mercedescastillo.com Lanvin dress, $2,990, Lanvin New York, 849 Madison Avenue, Marni pocket belt, $1,150, Marni boutiques, Hermès scarf, $300, Hermès stores nationwide, and Jennifer Fisher...

Mar 2, 2017

Funeral services Tuesday for Arlington Heights family killed in crash

Rog's Mercedes reduced by nearly four feet, Kushner said on Friday.A passenger in Rog's Mercedes remains in critical condition at Advocate Lutheran General Hospital, police said.Gavin, a longtime pastor at the Mount Prospect church, said Anita Crawford's parents, Erwin and Ursel Schmidt, have been volunteers for more than 50 years, lending a hand whenever needed.As a member of the church property board, Erwin Schmidt, 77, helps out with everything from "cutting the grass to painting," Gavin said.Ursel Schmidt, 73, heads up a Mother's Day plant sale every spring, as well as planting and tending to the flowers on the church grounds.While Gavin said his role in the local tragedy is to be of support to the Crawford and Schmidt family, and their friends and relatives in the community, he acknowledged that the next few days will be challenging."Our church is not large, and no church can ever be prepared for a triple funeral," Gavin said. "You have to supply the comfort, but it can be difficult to do that."The visitation for the Crawford family will be from 3 to 8 p.m. Monday at Friedrichs Funeral Home, 320 W. Central Road in Mount Prospect, and will continue at the funeral home at 10 a.m. Tuesday, followed by the funeral service at 11 a.m. at St. John Lutheran Church, 1100 Linneman Road., Mount Prospect.Donations to the Crawford children can be made at the GoFundMe website, www.gofundme.com/hailee-christian-crawford-fund or at the Des Plaines Police Department, 1420 Miner St., Des Plaines.kcullotta@tribpub.comTwitter @kcullotta... (Chicago Tribune)

Feb 23, 2017

In wake of man's death Friday, residents express concerns over ...

Friday’s epic storm is mourned, residents fear another tragedy may occur.Michael Douglas Williams, 41, of Victorville, died after his silver Mercedes was swept away by rushing waters at Pebble Beach and Arrowhead drives on Friday night.The San Bernardino County Sheriff-Coroner said Williams and another motorist were believed to be crossing the road at Pebble Beach Drive just east of Arrowhead Drive when both vehicles were taken down stream by running water from a storm drainage culvert.Both vehicles came to rest on the grounds of Dories Davies Park. Williams’ Mercedes was reportedly completely submerged. He was unable to exit the vehicle when water started flowing over the top of the vehicle and entered the cabin through the sunroof, according to the Sheriff-Coroner.Authorities initiated a swift-water rescue but were unable to free Williams in time and he was pronounced dead late Friday night.On Monday, friends and family members briefly gathered at Doris Davies Park to memorialize Williams. A cross with Williams’ name, balloons and flowers were placed at the site where Williams, who was new to Victorville, lost his life in the storm.Friends told the Daily Press Williams had moved to Victorville from the Los Angeles area less than a year ago. He ... (VVdailypress.com)

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