Suits, wedding dresses, and household items are all given a second chance at Dobson Mills Valet Dry Cleaners. The dedicated team of cleaners helps to extend the life of everyday wardrobe items such as shirts and pants along with high-maintenance fabrics such as leather, fur, and designer life jackets. The dry cleaners can also take in stained garments and return them looking crisp and clean. Tailoring services take ill-fitting clothing and widen or alter them to fit beautifully, and the tailors can also fit customers for suits, hem pants and skirts, and patch up holes or fibers thinned out by muscular shoulders or knees that have been playing tag with doctors' reflex hammers.
A team of friendly gurus runs each club. Fitness buffs of all buffness levels feel welcome in the fun and accommodating atmosphere at Washington Sports Clubs. During your two weeks, you get access to all the professional equipment, group exercise classes, locker rooms, and facility amenities offered (some group exercise classes require a reservation). Different clubs have on-site features such as pools, Pilates and yoga, babysitting services for a tag-along papoose, electricity, and more. Search for the club that suits your checklist here.
The team of trained professionals from Dos Funny Frogs utilizes its finely honed powers of scour to transform disheveled homes into their cleaner, glossier counterparts. Rolling up in the Frogmobile, the supervised Dos Funny Frogs crew of three to five cleaners confronts messy domiciles with nontoxic, green-cleaning Sapos solvents that are safe for countertops and floor-licking pets alike. Kitchen nightmares of crusted marinara and sentient microwave mold are eviscerated through elbow grease along appliances, cabinets, counters, sinks, and more. Bathrooms face decontamination as slick surfaces are polished and scrubbed, motivation lipstick credos are cleared from mirrors, and the remote control is finally retrieved from the toilet. The bedroom is exorcised of dirty demons, uncovering the beautiful floor that was suffocating under a carpet of dirty clothes.
With an arsenal of informative magazines, elegant photographs, and illuminating documentaries, National Geographic has inspired planetary responsibility and natural wonderment for more than 120 years. Their latest filmed adventure, The Last Lions, ushers viewers into the wetlands of Botswana's Okavango Delta, where a lioness named Ma di Tau and her cubs fight for their survival. From fleeing raging fires and cub-killing rival prides to wading through crocodile-infested rivers and the supermarket at rush hour, this family suffers perils that leave audiences touched and awestruck. Crafted by award-winning filmmakers, Dereck and Beverly Joubert, and narrated by Jeremy Irons, The Last Lions aims to raise awareness of dwindling big-cat populations while sharing a compelling story of hope. The film is rated PG for depictions of the food-chain cycle without the accompaniment of an Elton John song.