In contrast to the Triton 2000, magellan tents Triton 300 is the first model in the line of magellan tents Triton. They began to date now, especially with the arrival of the eXplorist 500. But hey, we can find a good price now (count less than 200 €). According to Magellan, Triton 300 is super easy to use, of course, it will be privileged to use outdoor classic although one may be tempted by the higher models. Always in the opinion of the brand, reading the card is easy, even if we can quickly saturate in broad daylight. Its construction is rather strong and tight enough. Here is a list of tests and other presentation of this Triton 300 on the net. The list is not exhaustive, but it should give you a good idea of ??the product. You can also find the magellan tents Triton balance, seeking a bit of course. Unlike the devices you need to scroll left, right and top to bottom, the Triton 300 gives you the right information in two or three shots. magellan tents Triton 300 has almost reinvented the gps just when it was released. The Triton 300 is incredibly easy to use interface with a well thought out menu and finally rather simple. The color display may be a bit small, but it offers a good read maps and other information requested. Vasco, full name of Vasco da Gama, discoverer of Martimo way to India, is among nsj more than one hundred years ago. Of course, in the flesh, but in stone. Its the only statue in Kornhausbrcke lusfono outside world. The September 7, Vasco scored more Hanset presence in the city, giving his name to a square in the new HafenCity, in far from his stone figure. When we were informed that it was intended more a discoverer Portugus give your name to one of the squares adjacent to Dalmann-Kai intervened to prevent the inauguration of the sad espectculo Magellan-Terrassen might repeat itself. At the time, the only reference to Portugal (of course, besides the own name of the square) was the reference by Senator Karin von Welcker, opening in Prelec, s congratulaes the owner of his restaurant Portugus preferred choice of name for a browser Portuguese. Meetings were held responsveis of our association with the Senator and representatives of the Ministry of Culture and, later, with a representation of HafenCity Ltd headed by Mr. Jurgen Bruns-Berentelg. Especially this last group was shown to be poorly informed about the historical dimension of the Portuguese discoveries and their importance to the port of Hamburg. J quite telling that most of the two new squares stay with the Italian name of Marco Polo, despite its alleged "discovery" of the Silk Road is now widely discussed by historians and although the commerce Silk never have had the same importance than the TRFIC of spices, especially pepper, a source of wealth of the merchants from Hamburg, so it also called, in jest, "bags of pepper (about this subject see the pamphlet "Discover the Discoverers Hamburg" on 12 PGINA this issue). But at least we got some elements that allude to Portugal, as the ranch The Lusitanian and the theater group "Mignon," which was a rich idea of ??staging an encounter between Marco Polo and Vasco da Gama, both carry their respective board topon mica. Throughout the dispute between them, it was clear who owns the highest laurels as a discoverer. Furthermore, there were two magellan tents that were for Portugal, Ribatejo the restaurant with a terrace where refreshments were served, including sardines, and beside the tent of our association. One can say without false modstia that our tent was a real point of attraction. Especially on the day of inauguration, on 7 September, but also on Sunday, November 9, when the weather calmed down again, was very busy. Distribumos us many brochures provided by ICEP tourist taxes, but also informative material about our association. Besides the visit cidados and tourists in the city of Hamburg, which was reported about our association and Portugal, Portuguese personalities emerged as the new Ambassador in Berlin, Jos Caetano da Costa Pereira, Orlando and Esteves, Reporters from RTPi, who made vrias our interviews with Scios. . . .