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Dream-Chairs – Adirondack Chair "ALL SEASONS" plastic
£207.90
Dream-Chairs – Adirondack Chair "ALL SEASONS" plastic by Dream-Chairs

  • easy setup thanks to pre-mounted seat and back part
  • Material: manufactured of HDPE plastic
  • Surface finish: slightly structured; in white

Stone Garden Cushion Pad for Adirondack Chairs with a Water Resistant Zipped Cover *Chair not Included*
£24.97
Stone Garden Cushion Pad for Adirondack Chairs with a Water Resistant Zipped Cover *Chair not Included* by Gardenista

  • Filled with High Quality Polyester Fibre Filling. Made in the UK
  • Comes with ties to secure to the seat section and velcro fastening...
  • Length of Back Section: 79cm in the centre. Rounded top 71cm on the...

Black Garden Cushion Pad for Adirondack Chairs with a Water Resistant Zipped Cover *Chair not Included*
£24.97
Black Garden Cushion Pad for Adirondack Chairs with a Water Resistant Zipped Cover *Chair not Included* by Gardenista

  • Filled with High Quality Polyester Fibre Filling. Made in the UK
  • Comes with ties to secure to the seat section and velcro fastening...
  • Water Resistant Polyester Zipped Covers are removable and washable

Gardenista® Gold Collection Paisley Floral Piped Edge Garden Adirondack Chair Cushion Outdoor
£19.97
Gardenista® Gold Collection Paisley Floral Piped Edge Garden Adirondack Chair Cushion Outdoor by Gardenista

  • To fit standard Adirondack Style Chairs both Wood and Plastic,...
  • Material Compostition: Cover - 100% Polyester (Water Resistant...
  • Available in a huge range of colours and designs, Part of the...

Turquoise Garden Cushion Pad for Adirondack Chairs with a Water Resistant Zipped Cover *Chair not Included*
£24.97
Turquoise Garden Cushion Pad for Adirondack Chairs with a Water Resistant Zipped Cover *Chair not Included* by Gardenista

  • Thickness: 5cm
  • Comes with ties to secure to the seat section and velcro fastening...
  • Length of Back Section: 79cm in the centre. Rounded top 71cm on the...

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Alan Giana "The Perfect Place" Plastic Coasters

"The Perfect Place" by artist Alan Giana is featured on these sturdy hard plastic coasters.

New La Quinta hotel has Ocean City by the leash - Baltimore Sun (blog)

The four-story structure offers 101 rooms with free parking, free breakfast and free wireless Internet access. Rooms are a pleasant shade of sandy beige and are accented with shades of brown, green and teal. Each room has a microwave, micro-refrigerator and a small balcony with two plastic Adirondack-style chairs. The hotel is also pet-friendly, which may appeal to many who choose to travel with their dog, cat or lovable muskrat. I travel with my nasal allergies, my germ phobia and my husband of 20 years. (Yes, he comes when I yell loud enough, but that took years of training. But I had read great things about this new property on TripAdvisor. Hence, upon my arrival I did not specify my preference for a non-pet-friendly room. This was a mistake. My room had dog hair embedded in the Berber carpet runners on each side of the bed. I asked for a room change and was quickly accommodated. I was told that guests with pets are typically assigned to the second and third floors, while the fourth floor is generally off limits for animals. So I was given a room on that floor. As a bonus, it also had a sliver of an ocean view. The good: It's pet-friendly. Ocean City is not the most welcoming place for canine vacationers, with few hotels offering accommodations. The boardwalk and beach are off limits for pets, except during the off-season. So this hotel may be a good find for pet owners. The bad: It's pet-friendly. A green space for pets is right outside the main entrance -- but I saw at least one nervous dog do his business on the sidewalk. Also, despite many TripAdvisor posts praising the cleanliness, I was disappointed. There was a used washcloth left in the bathroom and also a fly. And there were no complimentary toiletries like shampoo or lotion in the bathroom. The notable: The hotel is well situated with terrific places to eat within a short walk, including Anthony's Beer Wine & Deli, OC Wasabi and Barn 34. Access to the beach is also easy -- and you don't have to cross the street. The boardwalk tram can be accessed at 27th Street, about a five-minute walk from the hotel. The tip: If you get a room on the ocean side of the hotel, even though there's no water view, you can enjoy an overlook of the Hilton's huge and well-lit indoor tropical pool. Info: La Quinta Inn & Suites, 33rd Street and. Source: www.baltimoresun.com

Starting small at City Hall - Boston Globe

That patch of green carpet was hopping on Thursday afternoon. A little girl was transfixed by Terrence Santos, resident of a nearby veterans’ shelter, who was doing tricks with a soccer ball. People were playing bean bags, tossing red and blue bags back and forth. Dozens sat in plastic adirondack chairs, chatting, reading books, eating lunch, watching the games. A 5-year-old named Leonardo amazed himself by lobbing his bag right into the hole, and beamed as two women lounging nearby clapped for him. There is no more maligned space in Boston than City Hall and the massive brick plaza that surrounds it. Legions hate the place, deriding its Brutalist architecture as foreboding and ugly. I know this puts me in a very small group, but I love the building. I’ll take its monumental, fascinating geometry any day over the dreary walls of glassy blankness rising at the Seaport. I know from experience that it’s not exactly nirvana to work in, but that’s not a good reason to sell the thing off to be razed and redeveloped, as Walsh suggested when he was running for mayor. With smart renovation, Brutalism can be warm and lovely too — take a look at UMass Dartmouth’s gorgeous, airy library for proof. That goes for the plaza, too. Yes, the place needs work — friendlier gathering spaces, more activity, some prettying up, but I’m always mortified when people suggest massive transformations, such as using the space for new construction or pulling up the bricks and making the... Those bricks make the space unique in the city, and with a little love, they can be handsome. Not everything in Boston has to look like the Public Garden, beautiful as it is. Let the plaza be a plaza. That’s why I love the dinky lawn and the hokey games on the south side of City Hall. It’s designed not to make the place over, but to give people another reason to stop and take it in. It works with the plaza, instead of trying to make it be something it’s not. For the same reason, I’m excited, too, about the plan to light up City Hall with colored lights. Soon, that building will look as cool to other people as it does to me. Maybe this means Walsh is stepping away from his misguided plan to erase the place and start again. His people were noncommittal when I put this to them last week, but I’m hopeful the mayor is coming around. They’re certainly headed in the right direction for now. While a study gets. Source: www.bostonglobe.com

Popped up and kicked out - Philly.com

TANJA DIXON thinks a lot about befores and afters. Before the Point Breeze Pop-Up beer garden opened for business, the sprawling, vacant lot on which it sits at Point Breeze Avenue below Fernon Street was disgusting. Littered with garbage and crawling with vermin, it attracted rock-throwing kids and drug dealers who hid their stash in the trash. After the pop-up opened May 16, gone were the trash and weeds, replaced with colorful, plastic Adirondack chairs and tables. The stench of human excrement was replaced by the aroma of grilling meats and other fare sold from an array of interesting food trucks. And new lighting and security cameras made the place feel safe. But you know what made the block feel really awesome. The customers - newcomers and old-timers alike - who brought eyes, ears, pleasant conversation and healthy activity to a block that has long needed it. "It was beautiful," sighs Dixon, who lives on Fernon Street. "On Thursday, when I'd pull onto the block after work, I'd get all excited because the pop-up was open. " (It operated Thursdays through Sundays. ) "It was refreshing to look out my door onto something peaceful and nice. The Point Breeze Pop-Up, owned and operated by developer John Longacre, has been shut down by the city for Licenses and Inspections infractions that, from what I can see, never even existed. In full disclosure, I know Longacre personally. he's a former neighbor. But I won't let that affiliation keep me from saying that something here reeks worse than the pop-up lot used to. Longacre's paperwork shows he was in compliance with the state law that governs pop-ups and with the city's zoning requirements. The state Liquor Control Board and the city Health Department found nothing amiss at his operation. Neighbors were ecstatic that the pop-up brought vitality to a lot that used to generate only drama. The pop-up also was supported by City Councilman Kenyatta Johnson and South Philadelphia HOMES, the local registered community organization. Yet Longacre was twice slapped with L&I cease-and-desist orders that other compliant pop-ups haven't had to deal with. He and his lawyer are heading to court again this week. It's clear when the crap began. In early June, an anonymous flier circulating through the neighborhood accused Longacre of enticing "newcomers" to Point Breeze "who will be drinking from 10:00 a. m. to 11:00 p. m. They will. Source: www.philly.com

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  • Over 40? Go To Lollapalooza

    07/29/15 ,via DailyNorthShore.com

    It's a great place to regroup, with Adirondack chairs, shade, a craft beer station nearby, and is centrally located in the park. 2. “I'll be too exhausted for a Bring a camelback or some plastic water bottles and you can fill up endlessly and for

  • New La Quinta hotel has Ocean City by the leash

    07/28/15 ,via Baltimore Sun (blog)

    Each room has a microwave, micro-refrigerator and a small balcony with two plastic Adirondack-style chairs. The hotel is also pet-friendly, which may appeal to many who choose to travel with their dog, cat or lovable muskrat. I do not. I travel with my

  • Starting small at City Hall

    07/19/15 ,via Boston Globe

    Dozens sat in plastic adirondack chairs, chatting, reading books, eating lunch, watching the games. A 5-year-old named Leonardo amazed himself by lobbing his bag right into the hole, and beamed as two women lounging nearby clapped for him. There is no 

  • Popped up and kicked out

    07/22/15 ,via Philly.com

    After the pop-up opened May 16, gone were the trash and weeds, replaced with colorful, plastic Adirondack chairs and tables. The stench of human excrement was replaced by the aroma of grilling meats and other fare sold from an array of interesting food 

  • Ohio's natural resources highlighted at Shelby County Fair

    The North Central Ohio Solid Waste District will have a drawing for a brightly colored Adirondack chair made from recycled plastics. The Shelby County Master Gardeners will have many free fact sheets available and will be offering a handmade tractor

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