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Pearson Home Moving Olympics logistical statistics


Interesting Summer Olympics logistical statistics:

The Games provides 14 million meals consisting of 25,000 loaves of bread, 232 tons of potatoes, 82 tons of seafood, 31 tons of poultry items, 100 tons of meat, 75,000 liters of milk, 19 tons of eggs, 21 tons of cheese, and 330 tons of fruit/vegetables.

Pearson Home Moving Olympics Logistical Statistics


Interesting Summer Olympics logistical statistics:

UPS had to prepare and ship 4,283 whistles, 600 basketballs, 26,400 tennis balls, 15,000 computers and a couple hundred thousand chairs for the Olympic Games.

766 miles of fabric are needed for the Games Maker uniforms.

800,000 ticketed spectators will use public transport on the busiest day

One million square feet of warehouse space is needed for logistics.

There are 15,000 deliveries by a fleet of 300 trucks.

 

Pearson Home Moving Olympics logistical statistics.


Pearson Interesting Summer Olympics logistical statistics:

Over the next couple of days, we will be bringing you some Interesting Summer Olympics logistical statistics!

The two weeks of summer that everyone has been waiting for are finally here – The Olympic Games. Taking place in London, England this year, the Olympics is one of the most watched sporting events on the planet. With this much national attention, a copious amount of detail and planning must go into the preparation of the Games. This entails a huge logistical challenge in how to overcome the mass transportation of products, athletes, workers and attendees to the London Olympics.

Pearson Home Moving review of Chester


Lets head to Chester, Chester is a great place to visit! This place has got a great feel to it. It has a old fashion fell to it with the old styled building in the town centre and shopping areas. The night life is pretty good to. There is plenty of restaurants to eat and bars to venture into.  Also if you like visiting Zoos there is a really good one in Chester. The admission is a little bit more expensive that  most zoos but well worth the visit.

Pearson Home Moving review of New Quay


There has been reports that there has been two months of rain in 24 hour in the UK.  Well we have been in to Newquay over the weekend and Saturaday was a lovely day but at 2am Sunday morning the rain began.  And it didn’t stop all day plus being on the coast means you get the sea breeze, or should I say gale winds haha.

It rained that much the roof started to leak at the hotel we was in.

While we have been down there we tried out a few bars clubs and restaurants.

The best resurant we can recommend is a place called Steams.

It is in a great location over looking the coastline. The food is really nice and excellent value for money.

Suitable for families couples and groups.

9/10

We also when to over bars and clubs and found a bar and night club call Berties was the best.

Music was varied but that cant be a bad thing because everybody can enjoy it.

The atmosphere was good and lively.

These two recommendations are 100 meters from one another so for the ladies who are in heels dont worry its in waling distance.

 

 

 

 

Pearson Home Moving Valencia


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The image above is of a  beach of the Costa Blanca, a resort area south of Valencia. With its stunning views and blue skies and clear water. This is a beautiful holiday destination. or if you are looking to relocate to a sunny location.

Pearson home moving at Wollaton Hall and Deer Park


 

Pearson has taken a trip to Wollinton Hall in Nottingham. The building was built between 1580 and 1588. There is plenty of grounds to walk around on a nice summers day. The house is impressive but compare to other manor house located around the Uk it is quite small. Wollinton Hall and Deer Park is currently a council owned building, this is rare because most manor houses located in the UK are managed but the national trust.

The hall is open to the general public free of charge. but you will have to pay for the the car parking. The parking costs are £2.00 for 3 hours or £4.00 for all day.

Also in the court yard there is a engine museum that costs £2 per person.

If you fancy a bit to eat there is a cafe on site. Seating is limited on a bad day but if the weather is fine, the cafe does provide plenty of seating outside.

This is a great budget day out.