Posted by Alison Smith (Editor) , June 27, 2014 at 02:31 PM Lower Merion Townshipwill be following a holiday trash collection schedule next week. There will be no trash or recycling collection on Friday because of the July 4 holiday. Input your address on the township’s websiteto find out when your trash and recycling will be picked up next week. Contact the Refuse Division at 610-667-1952 for additional information, the township says.
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TWO MILLION Brits go back to the same holiday resort year after year | Mail Online
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. When it comes to the type of holidays, half want relaxing beach holidays, a fifth want sightseeing trips or city breaks. Top destinations for boomerang Britons are Tenerife, Paris, Florida, Benidorm and Majorca with two fifths saying good weather and reasonable prices made them return to the same place. Over an eighth cited the resort being family friendly for their return. New experience?: No thanks. The majority of British tourists know what they like and want that on holiday My spot: An eighth of British holidaymakers will even sit in the same place Overall two in five enjoy revisiting the same place because they know what to expect, while a fifth said they do not feel the need to try somewhere new as they know they like this particular location. One in five said they would feel happy returning to the same place every year.
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Holiday bookings up 35% in Spain amid budding recovery
San Diego Police Department Copy The arrest of a Southern California man has done little to explain a mysterious triple-slaying involving two brothers and one siblings fiancee. Carlo Gallopa Mercado, 29, was arrested Friday and booked on suspicion of killing Salvadore Belvedere and Ilona Flint, both 22, in the early hours of Christmas Eve last year. Both were shot in a mall parking lot. Flint died at the scene, and Belvedere died two days later. RELATED: Person of Interest Sought in Deaths of Brothers, Woman The shooting has perplexed investigators from the beginning, with no apparent motives.
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Baffling Holiday Triple-Slaying Still a Mystery Despite Arrest – ABC News
In what regards destinations, most locals will swarm destinations within the country’s borders to save money on flight connections. Among these, Ibiza tops the ranking of favourite destinations. Elsewhere, the UK and iconic holiday cities in Italy are also mentioned as favourite holiday spots abroad. Bookings to European travel destinations account for 45% of all reservations, with London coming out on top in the ranking of preferred holiday spots. Accordingly, Spain still holds great appeal for European holidaymakers.
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