TWO MILLION Brits go back to the same holiday resort year after year | Mail Online
They can be purchased in cases of 12 at most local grocery stores. 9. Conversation starters: Clements says a recent study done on outdoor entertaining showed that nearly 40 percent of Americans repurpose items they already have for outdoor use. The designer took a weathered piece of wood and carved a rectangular hole in its center. She set the board on top of two step ladders to make a stand, then dropped in a plastic planter filled with ice and colorful drink bottles. Instant drink station. 10. Provide plenty of ambient lighting: Keep the party going after dark with tiki torches and Geo buckets, which are hurricane candles that come in red, white or blue and are filled with citronella to keep mosquitoes away. Clements also suggests TIKI brand’s new globes, which are tabletop candles that glow with color from within as well as giving light from its flame.
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High School OT.com – Three Holiday Invitational alums taken in NBA Draft
Mark’s. Stauskas earned all-tournament honors as he helped his team to a fifth place finish in the tournament. Standing at 6-foot-6 and 205 pounds, Stauskas, a guard, averaged 17.5 points, 3.3 assists and 2.9 rebounds per game for Michigan. For his college career, Stauskas shot 44 percent from 3-point range. The very next pick in the NBA Draft was also a Holiday Invitational alum. Vonleh (Indiana) was selected by the Charlotte Hornets with the ninth overall pick. Vonleh led his New Hampton (NH) team into the Holiday Invitational in 2012 and earned all-tournament honors as New Hampton fell to Word of God in the championship game. Vonleh was held to just seven points in the final. At Indiana, the 6-foot-9 and 247-pound Vonleh averaged 11.3 points, 9 rebounds and 1.4 blocks per game. Warren (North Carolina State) was selected by the Phoenix Suns with the 14th overall pick.
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When it comes to getting away most Britons know what they like and want exactly that when they go away. Two million Brits are creatures of habit who prefer to return to the same resort and do the same thing year after year, and nearly two thirds will visit the same resort within five years of their last visit. Looks familiar: Nearly two thirds of Britons will visit the same resort within five years, reveals a new survey The usual, thanks: Two fifths will dine at the same restaurant and one in 10 will do the same activities Local away from home: One third of Brits will go back to the same pub when they return to a resort And a staggering third have been to the same resort more than three times and one in 20 have been back more than 10 times over the years. And when they get there, two fifths dine at the same restaurant each time and over an eighth even sit in the same spot. From beyond the grave: Richard III boosts Leicestershire tourism by 482m in just one year (not bad for a body in a car park) Two out of five stay in the same resort, one in 10 do the same activities, almost two fifths go to the same beach, and almost a third will go to the same bar or pub.
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