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Longitude 131°

Longitude 131° is a luxury resort located just outside the UNESCO World Heritage-listed Uluṟu-Kata Tjuṯa National Park, within 10 kilometres direct line of sight to Uluṟu, a short driving distance of Yulara, in the Northern Territory, Australia. Longitude 131° consists of 15 guest suites and the main communal Dune House which houses the lodges restaurant, library, lounge areas and boutique and is designed in a tent-style with uninterrupted views of Uluṟu, it takes its name from its location on longitude 131°. Due to its remote location, Longitude 131° provides transfers to connect with all Ayers Rock Airport flights. Road access is via Yulara, located a short distance away. Opened in June 2002 as part of Voyages Hotels & Resorts, Longitude 131° was acquired in 2013 by Baillie Lodges and is affiliated with the Luxury Lodges of Australia and Unique Lodges of the World; the resort was devastated the following year by the 2003 bush fires. Fire damaged most of the tents as well as the resort clubhouse.

The resort was extensively reopened. The new buildings used prefabricated structures and light-weight machinery which minimised impact on the delicate ecology; the resorts unique location and design has won it a number of awards including the 2013 Trip Advisor Travellers’ Choice, the 2011 American Express Centurion Magazine Reader’s Choice Awards for Top Eco Friendly Resort and 2010 Travel+Leisure World’s Best Hotels Top 500, Australia & South Pacific Region. Yulara, Northern Territory Official website of Longitude 131° "Brochure". Baillie Lodges

1993–94 Dallas Stars season

The 1993–94 Dallas Stars season was the team's first season in Dallas. They finished third in the Central Division with a record of 42 wins, 29 losses, 13 ties for 97 points, they swept the St. Louis Blues in the Conference Quarter-finals before losing the Conference Semi-finals in five games to the Vancouver Canucks; the Stars' picks at the 1993 NHL Entry Draft in Quebec. Note: No. = Division rank, CR = Conference rank, W = Wins, L = Losses, T = Ties, GF = Goals For, GA = Goals Against, Pts = Points Teams that qualified for the playoffs are highlighted in bold. Divisions: CEN – Central, PAC – Pacific bold – Qualified for playoffs, they swept St. Louis in the first round 4-0, but lost in the second round to Vancouver 4-1. Round 1 vs. St. Louis Blues St. Louis 3 Dallas 5 St. Louis 2 Dallas 4 Dallas 5 St. Louis 4 Dallas 2 St. Louis 1 Dallas Wins Series 4-0 Round 2 vs. Vancouver Canucks Vancouver 6 Dallas 4 Vancouver 3 Dallas 0 Dallas 4 Vancouver 3 Dallas 1 Vancouver 2 Dallas 2 Vancouver 4 Vancouver Wins Series 4-1.

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