We were happy to meet a lot of friendly people when we came, including the pastor and his wife who we got to talk with during our visit. We decided to get involved in a life group (small group) which meets at the pastor's home, and are really feeling connected already.
The church is very fresh and very young, and so some of the things that many people will want in a church may not be present (a church building, traditional staff structure, extensive programs, etc). But for people who just want to fellowship with other believers who are seeking to grow in their faith and relationship with Jesus, and could take or leave the rest of the church stuff, this just might be the place for you.
EDIT: Wow, turns out the answer is ten 8-hour days, 700 cans of spray paint, and a month of total time. Interview with the film producer here: http://ilovegraffiti.de/lars/2013/11/26/interview-with-selina-miles-limitless/
The Falkirk Wheel is a rotating boat lift in Scotland, UK. It connects the Forth and Clyde Canal with the Union Canal. The difference in height of the two canals at the wheel is 24 metres (79 ft), roughly equivalent to the height of an eight-storey building. But the Union Canal is 11m higher than the aqueduct which meets the wheel, and boats must pass through a pair of locks to descend from this canal onto the aqueduct at the top of the wheel. Wiki ► www.goo.gl/9G566
I roomed with a colleague, so we got a room with two queen beds. The beds were fine to sleep on -not like my bed at home of course, but had a great night sleep just the same. The room has a nice desk and chair for a working space, a TV (which I didn't really use at all), and a microwave and fridge (#winning). AND there is complimentary WIFI, which is crucial for me.
The staff was helpful and friendly as far as I interacted with them. Also, there is a decent outdoor pool on the second floor, and a small weightroom with a couple treadmills, a bike, and a bench with free weights.
One of my favorite touches was the evening beer, wine, and appetizer selection from 5 - 7. The appetizers were legit! They had crackers and cheese, a veggie tray, and then this amazing fried pockets with cheese and veggies in them.
I was also thrilled with the continental breakfast which had TONS of selections, including fresh fruit, cereal, hard boiled eggs, scrambled eggs, oatmeal, etc. The food aspect is a big deal for me personally because it means I got to save some money on eating out (or at least save money for my company), and it's convenient.
The hotel is also located right along beach street, the other side of which is the pier.
They even called me this evening (my last night) to ask if there was anything that could be done to make my stay better. I said I didn't really think there was.
OH - and the AC units are actual, working units (as opposed to the fake ones that a lot of hotels are using these days).
Hope this doesn't come across as a paid endorsement or something - just love to give glowing reviews when I legit have an excellent experience. So this was def one of those experiences.
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