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 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.
This is a traditional shot of Venice on a summers day. It gives you a true insight to the wonder of Venice. I like how active this shot is. You have got the gonadals on the water, the different styles of bridges and how active the bridges are.
What a beautiful, well situated castle. Back in its day it would have been the best defensiveness castle of its time. Pearson Home Moving would recommend visiting this castle. For Its location and how well preserved it is. I could sum this castle in one word… Grand!
It is located towards the north of France and was established in the 8th century. Wow!!! How on earth did they construct this magnificent structure back then and fighting against the tide.