Monthly Archives: August 2013

Second hand souvenirs need self storage st kilda

I am a bit of a collector of vintage items and antique objects, I like to keep them and watch them increase in value over time. I have always found that the best way to hold on to my second hand salvations is keep in them in storage where they can remain safe and out of the way.

My only problem in the past was having to travel far to put my items under lock and key but that was before I discovered the convenient self storage St Kilda side, right around the corner from my home.

It has made my life so much easier, after a bargain hunt I usually have to waste my weekend driving to and from my storage and unit and now I just stop by my self storage St Kilda space on my way home. If you want easier and closer access to your belongings this is where I found it http://www.discountcityselfstorage.com.au/.

Lancemore than lions and tigers and bears!

Let’s play a little word association. When someone says Werribee I automatically think of elephants, giraffes, rhinos, and lions, that’s because I’m reminded of Werribee Zoo. My second thought is Werribbe Mansion and the beautiful gardens and roses that surround it. However in all of my youthful and adolescent visits I never realised that the mansion hosted guests in their werribee accommodation.

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Gluten Free Foods That Don’t Break The Bank

I have been blessed with a delicate constitution and more dietary considerations than even I care to hear about. Apart from being a real pain to deal with, I find eating the right things ends up being super expensive as well. Sure, there are cheaper alternatives for just about everything I like but you can often taste the inferiority and I’m still an Aussie bloke, enjoying my food is important.

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Coffee Beans Online And In Time

Even in our little B&B we know we can’t afford to serve guests an average coffee. We are very much of the opinion that the little things make the experience. We think long and hard about all these little decisions that we make, like the food and drink we serve, the toiletries we supply and all the rest. You may not always realise the care that has gone into every decision, but every once in a while you do recognize it and it’s always there, just beneath the surface.

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