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... could be a safety hazard. Building maintenance firms have professionals who test all electrical equipment and fittings and perform needful to stop accidents. Plumbing and Waterworks: Plumbing and waterworks needs to be checked regularly to correct any leakages or broken pipes. This could make sure that there is not any wastage of resources and things are all operating in prefect order. Building maintenance firms ...
... about going to buy some snacks. I wonder what the British will think of me. I've consider faking an accent most of the time when I'm out in public because of my fear of being taken advantage of since I'm not a local. Silly! I will be careful though, for any family members reading this :) Well by now you've probably lost interest because I'm just here in an airport, nothing fun yet. So I'll wrap it up with how they say bye in ...
... lock and then up and down the lake to see the city lights. It was a balmy calm evening and the views were superb, making for an unforgettable tour! We learnt that in the 1800's the Chicago River was so badly polluted by industrial waste and general rubbish that the Government forced the city to stop the flow into the fresh waters of Lake Michigan. Locks were built at the mouth and further upstream and ...
It was such a beautiful day out that I decided to take a break from being inside and decided to walk around the parks along the river. I walked up and down the docks near Millennium Park and watched the sailboats go by for a while, and then adventured through the parks as well. Eventually I visited The Bean, which a surprisingly neat little structure. The underside of the structure looks like something out of a scifi movie. I ...
... Stone Balls also found at the site.
Ancient furniture has been excavated from the 8th-century BC Phrygian tumulus, the Midas Mound, in Gordion, Turkey. Pieces found here include tables and inlaid serving stands. There are also surviving works from the 9th-8th-century BC Assyrian palace of Nimrud. The earliest surviving carpet, the Pazyryk Carpet ...