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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... watched them crawl into a trash can to grab a plastic tin of yogurt and lick the tin clean. They then grabbed a bottle of water and shook it dry of any remaining moisture. It was one of the most heart breaking things we have seen. So we went inside and got them each a package of crackers and each a bottle of water. These kids literally jumped up and down with joy. At home kids would complain to have to drink water as opposed to juice or soda, not the kids ...
... to ask for help, seeing people you know walking down the street – all things that we take for granted at home (and if you’re like me sometimes avoid them) but when you are doing these things day in and day out in an unfamiliar environment, its equally as exhausting as it is liberating. The biggest impact on your travels is definitely Family and Friends – as expected. I miss my family and I miss my ...
Now, what do we do for a week to take our minds off having to play France in the Qtr finals ....again? Fortunately, we are still with our good friends and there is still plenty more to see, do and talk about. A trip to Manchester seems prudent so off ...
... remember none of it. Then the coolest marketing tool appeared in my sights. Some coffee company was handing out free trials of their coffee in sealed individual containers for everyone. Dan of course got caught by one of them to take a survey for a second free one. And then there I was filling out a survey which will skew their results because we were not in their target market or even apart of their post codes. Anyhow we got four free coffees so I was happy.
... of these beasts between Burnley and Manchester and you'll be treated to 50 juddering minutes of agonising stoppage in every teeny weeny village ever invented in Lancashire. If you survive unscathed, stumble off in the big Metropolis and go and visit a haberdashery (sewing shop) because that's where all the real witchy business started.
All over a few pins actually. Sometime in the 17th century Alizon Device (or Devize) was on her way through ...