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Description Occupying a full city block in downtown Spokane, this 13-story landmark hotel first opened in 1914 and was reopened in July 2002 after a $36-million renovation that restored its ornate sky-lit lobby, ... more

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Description It's the 1930s. Christine, A young Austrian woman whose family has been impoverished by the war, toils away in a provincial post office. Out of the blue, a telegram arrives from an American aunt she's... more

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Excellent

“Posting Fun”

published 19/01/2015

Advantageswell made, good benefits,

Disadvantagesnone

...I purchased this in the sale at Early Learning Centre as my baby son didn't have a posting toy at home. It cost me £8 but it has an RRP of £15. It is suitable for children from 6 months of age. THE TOY The toy is a large blue plastic elephant - with dimensions of 25cm in length x 20cm in height and 17cm in width. The front of the elephant has a strong, small trunk. This has a thin...

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Excellent

Advantagesstick when you want and come off when you want

Disadvantagesnone

...Post It Notes: Post it Notes are a bit like ?Hoover? or ?Sellotape?. They are THE brand that sum up the product. I use Post it Notes at home and we also currently have some novelty car shaped sticky notes that I bought as a stocking filler from Lidl a few years ago that are probably the best non Post It sticky notes I have tried. At work we use the cheaper Consortium own version which are OK...

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Excellent

“Time to post a letter”

published 27/01/2015

AdvantagesVibrant chunky toy for real world play

DisadvantagesMay go unnoticed by parents with older children

...My son has many toys, and as such, some we tend to pass on if they are not very well suited and fail to interest my son. It can be difficult to know if a toy is going to hold any value for my son, as he is autistic. We live in a rather annoyingly tiny house, and his bedroom is quite small, too, so only the best toys get kept when we have a good sort and deep clean. This lovely red post box is...

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