It’s amazing what people wind up doing with deconsecrated churches. Some are turned into housing. Several unused churches in the U.K. have been converted into places to go…not camping, not glamping, but (wait for it…) champing! (Champing! Get it?) John’s Of Times Square Pizza, in NYC, was the home of the Gospel Tabernacle Church in the late 1800s and well into the 1900s.
John’s Pizza, before…and after! (and it still has the cool stained glass windows and ceiling)
So what’s the more recent thing people are doing with churches that are no longer being used as churches? Or, in one case, a church that is still being used as a church?
Turning them into breweries, of course!
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It’s a new year and SeaWorld Parks & Entertainment Inc. are “celebrating” by giving some awesome opportunities for patrons of SeaWorld, Aquatica and Busch Gardens, while Legoland is doing the same.
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Walt Disney World’s International Food & Wine Festival has been held at Epcot since 1995. Starting as a relatively small event nearly 25 years ago, it’s now grown into a 10-week affair that includes exclusive food and beverage-related events, culinary classes, the Eat To The Beat concert series, special souvenirs galore and, of course, dozens of booths around World Showcase, highlighting samples of food and drink from around the world. It’s become a very popular event over time and one of the highlights of the year for hundreds of thousands of Disney and food fans.
However in the midst of all this, there’s another food and wine event held on Disney property that many less people know about…
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American Airlines, the world’s largest airline, announced last week that it’s launching new shuttle flights between Chicago and New York City. That’s good news for those who travel between the two cities for work or pleasure, but what’s even better news is that they will offer complementary beer and wine service to shuttle passengers who are in coach class.
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