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Réponse de SLF Google Traduction No indoor pool that I saw; just an outdoor pool and the lake. Plenty of firepits and heaters though, great places to sit outside and enjoy the scenery with a cup of coffee or a cocktail. Nonya a posé une question le avr. Lansing, Michigan 75 contributions 12 votes utiles. Réponse de Alison S. Google Traduction The pool and hot tub are weather dependent. We always try to keep the pool open until Mid-October.
The hot tub stays open all year but we do shut it down occasionally to do scheduled maintenance. DL a posé une question le déc.
Toledo, Ohio 28 contributions 7 votes utiles. Réponse de Spoiledbymost. Google Traduction They give you a coupon for the breakfast buffet served in the main dining room. Most of the time they have a very high end breakfast items with made to order egg bar, fruit, and pre-made breakfast médicaments pour maigrir interdit items normally not in a concierge lounge or Club. You will be very happy with the buffet, and the view!
It changes each day, but if you have something special in mind they are very helpful. It is one of the reasons I come here often. In the colder months when things are slower they may offer something different. But in June you should be fine. Andrew a posé une question le nov.
Delray Beach, Floride contributions votes utiles. Réponse de caymankid. Google Traduction There is an indoor pool, spa, outdoor pool, hot tubs, downhill, and sleigh rides all at Boyne Mountain Resort. Rockland, Delaware 4 contributions 4 votes utiles. Réponse de detomford.
Google Traduction They have a small fitness center, I do not believe they have classes thanks. Précédent Suivant 1 2 3. Ce n'est pas l'établissement qu'il vous faut? Il y a d'autres endroits à choisir dans la région de Bay Harbor. Voir tous les établissements. Est-ce votre Page Établissement TripAdvisor? La vue est à couper le souffle. Mais la chambre était un peu terne, je dirais que c'était shabby chic, mais je ne pense pas que c'était un bon aperçu de la station.
Veuillez Marriott, mise à jour cet endroit car l'endroit est fabuleux. Streetsboro, Ohio 4 contributions 6 votes utiles. Nous avons passé un excellent séjour! Nous avons séjourné dans cet hôtel pour 3 nuits le week-end du Memorial. C'est la première fois que vous visitez le nord du Michigan. L'emplacement est magnifique - directement sur la baie. La région environnante et les maisons sont très jolies, ainsi, vous devez avoir un certain revenu grave pour vivre ici!
Le service était très bien aussi. Quand nous sommes arrivés, la réceptionniste nous a dit que nous avons pris le petit déjeuner inclus pour chaque jour de notre séjour - que nous ne nous attendions pas cela, alors que c'était une merveilleuse surprise, car le buffet du petit déjeuner était génial! Toute la nourriture était brûlant, et qui pourrait se plaindre de 5 saveurs différentes de pâte à gaufre disponibles chaque matin - y compris le chocolat et pomme cannelle?
Précédent Suivant 1 … 30 31 32 33 34 … LaSalle, Canada 25 contributions 10 votes utiles. Réponse de SLF Google traduction No indoor pool that I saw; just an outdoor pool and the lake. Plenty of firepits and heaters though, great places to sit outside and enjoy the scenery with a cup of coffee or a cocktail.
Lansing, Michigan 75 contributions 12 votes utiles. Réponse de Alison S. Google traduction The pool and hot tub are weather dependent. We always try to keep the pool open until Mid-October. The hot tub stays open all year but we do shut it down occasionally to do scheduled maintenance. Toledo, Ohio 28 contributions 7 votes utiles.
Réponse de Spoiledbymost. Google traduction They give you a coupon for the breakfast buffet served in the main dining room.
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Most of the time they have a very high end breakfast items with made to order egg bar, fruit, and pre-made breakfast meal items normally not in a concierge lounge or Club. You will be very happy with the buffet, and the view! It changes each day, but if you have something special in mind they are very helpful. It is one of the reasons I come here often. In the colder months when things are slower they may offer something different. But in June you should be fine.
Delray Beach, Floride contributions votes utiles. Réponse de caymankid. Google traduction There is an indoor pool, spa, outdoor pool, hot tubs, downhill, and sleigh rides all at Boyne Mountain Resort. Rockland, Delaware 4 contributions 4 votes utiles. Réponse de detomford. Google traduction They have a small fitness center, I do not believe they have classes thanks. Précédent Suivant 1 2 3. Cet établissement ne correspond pas à ce que vous cherchez?
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You know, maybe tomorrow I could go out and get a box of Hershey's, but it wouldn't taste just like that did, you know, that was really good.
E Avez-vous déjà mangé cela avec des biscuits salés, ces anciens biscuits en barrette, des gros, avez-vous déjà mangé cela avec de bonbon à la menthe? Avez-vous déjà mangé cela avec du sucre brun? On avait du sucre brun dans une boîte, on en faisait de la mêlasse pour le petit-déjeuner.
Avez-vous déjà mangé de la mêlasse de sucre brun? Je suis ressorti avec cela; vous ne pouvez même pas regarder droit lorsque vous dites un mensonge, vous savez. Cela avait assurément un bon goût. Je parle encore du sucre. Quand mon papa nous fouettait, il avait une lanière de ceinture en cuir. Nous avons reçu notre éducation au bûcher, juste en tournant à toute vitesse autour de papa, comme cela [Espace vide sur la bande—N. E Did you ever eat it with salted crackers, them old barrel crackers, big ones, did you ever eat that and peppermint candy?
Did you ever eat brown sugar with it? I tell you, the second thing I ever stole in my life, and the only thing that I know of, was a handful of brown sugar from my daddy.
They had some brown sugar in a box, and made molasses for breakfast. Did you ever eat brown sugar molasses? So, Pousse cheveux tempes gauche going home with somebody for dinner after while. I went in, my brother said to me, said, "If you'll go get the sugar, I'll get the cracker. And I went in and got a big handful, enough for both of us. I was walking out with that; you can't even look straight when you're telling a lie, you know.
So I walking along like that, down along the garden, only way I had to get out. And dad turned around, said, "Where you going, William? I didn't want no more sugar for a long time. Sure tasted good though. I'm talking about the sugar yet. When my konjac pour mincir gave us a whipping, he had a razor strap made out of a piece of belt leather.
He had up over the door, the golden rule, and it had all Ten Commandments on it; it was out of hickory. A limb about that long, you know, with them ten branches out on it. We got our education out in the woodshed, just running around daddy as hard as we could go, like that.
Instead of pleasing your child and giving him fifty cents to go to the picture show on Sunday afternoon. That's it. Il aurait dû être le fils de Charles Branham. Nous pensions que cela sortait de toutes les façons quand Mais il était Je crois que je vous reconnaîtrai tout autant que vous E Come into a place not long ago, was going to pray for a sick person.
Little boy come in, and a little Mary, you know, stomping her foot, she said, "I'm not going to eat this. Said, "All right, son. He ought to have been the son of Charles Branham. He wouldn't be able to eat an orange for a week or two. He would've cured him; he'd take ram rod right out of the old musket, as he used to call it, "Beat the devil out of us.
We thought it went out anyhow when But he was I love him, he never--he never give me a whipping I didn't deserve, and I love him today. Wished I could set down and talk to him. I hope to someday.
I believe when we get over there we'll know each other, don't you? I believe I'll know you just as you--I know you now, only we'll be immortal, and we'll know each other. E Pourquoi? On avait reconnu Elie et Moïse. Et—et Pierre, Jacques et Jean les avaient reconnus. Et Il mangeait et tout. Eh bien, je crois simplement que le Ciel est un endroit réel, réel, là où nous allons. Papa était strictement Irlandais. Pas de papier, pas de livres, ni rien.
Et nous étions E Why? Hta obesite femme knowed Elijah and Moses. And--and Peter, James, and John recognized them. And we recognize Jesus after He returned back to His glorified body. The Bible said, "It does not yet appear what we shall be," but we'll have a body like His, for we shall see Him as He is.
So we will have one like that. And He was eating and so forth. Now, I just believe heaven's a real, real place that we're going. Now, I remember when I started into school. Not long ago I stood by the old place where the schoolhouse was and looked at it, and oh, I looked like my heart would break. I remember when we used to go down there at school, and--and we didn't hardly have any clothes to wear, poor little old kiddies.
Dad was a strictly an Irishman; every penny it didn't take to pay the grocery bill, he drank with the rest of it. We went to school without clothes. I remember all one winter. Now, it's no disgrace to be poor, but I didn't even have a coat to put on--or shirt to put on.
And I had a coat that Mrs. Wathen, a rich woman, had give me, had a little eagle on the arm, and I kept it pinned up like this and I went every day to school. And we'd have to borrow a piece of paper, didn't have no books to study out of; no wonder I'm ignorant.
And didn't have, or illiterate, rather, so I did No paper, no books, or nothing. And they didn't have it like you do now, where the--the community furnishes it, or the school. And we were Cette grosse et vieille poêle! Alors, elle a allumé le feu dans cette histoire et la sueur ne faisait que couler de mon visage. E I remember, that year I--I wanted to study, but I--I just didn't have the opportunity: the books and things to study with.
I remember it come spring of the year; I'd been all winter without a shirt. And it got kinda warm weather there, and 'fore school let out, and teacher said to me one day, she said, "William, aren't you warm with that coat on? So I was, I said, "No, ma'am, I'm just a little bit chilly. She said, "Are you still cool, are you still chilly? Je me suis donc imaginé un jour que je pourrais en faire une chemise.
Ses petites manches retroussées comme ceci, vous savez, et cela avait donc tout cela là Oui, les ganses en zigzag.
Et alors, je—je E So I wondered how I was going to get to go back to school; I waited a couple of days. My father's sister that lives across the hill there a piece from us, so we They used to come over; he had a gi They had a girl about my age; she'd left her dress there. So I figured out one day that I could get a shirt out of that. So I cut the bottom part of it off here, and I--I took the other part and just stuffed it down in my trousers, and I went to school with it.
Its little sleeves up like this, you know, and, so it had all that there What is it you call that stuff that runs around on it like that? Oh, yes, rick-rack. I had all that kind of stuff all over it like that, you know. And so I--I, they said, "That's a girl's dress.
Indian suit, it was that rick-rack all over her dress, you know. And kids would laugh at me. Il y avait donc un Et alors, la plupart des enfants avaient des traîneaux, et ils pouvaient patiner. Nous nous sommes donc procuré une vieille bassine à vaisselle ramassée dans une décharge publique.
Et nous entrions dans cette bassine à vaisselle. Il y avait de la neige mêlée à la pluie au sommet, vous savez, et je Ainsi, nous Alors, nous devions chercher un autre traîneau. Nous prenions donc un rondin, nous le découpions en petits morceaux. Nous devrions donc découper, tirer notre bois de la rivière et des bois pour brûler.
Puis, je me rappelle que nous prenions le vieux rondin, nous descendions en patinant sur les glaces. E And I remember, that winter at school all the kiddies It was ; there was a big snow in Indiana, I guess you got it over here in Ohio too, any of you can remember back that far.
So there was a Sleeted, and sometimes the drifts would be seventeen, eighteen feet deep. And so, the most of the children had sleds, and they could sleigh ride. And brother and I didn't have any sled. So we got us an old dishpan out of the dump. And we'd get in that dishpan.
It was all sleet on top, you know, and I--we'd sit down and wrap our legs around one another and down the hill we'd go, just. Now, we wasn't as much class as the rest of them, but we was sliding just the same. So we That--that did all right till the bottom come out of the pan. So we had to hunt another sled. So we got a log, and we chopped it off a little ways.
So we had to chop, bring our wood from the river, and out of the woods to burn. Each evening when we get home from school, have to saw wood till plumb dark. Then remember we got the old log, and we were going down along the--a sliding on the ice. And there's a boy went to school there. Et je suis sûr que frère Ryan connaît Lloyd Ford; je venais de le voir il y a quelques instants ici, je pense.
Vous pouvez ne pas voir cela. Et je sens mon uniforme, que vous le voyiez ou pas. E If I'm not mistaken some of the folks from the Tabernacle is in here the afternoon, from my church, I heard they were. It was Lloyd Ford, is who it was, to you that I was talking to him the other day, and tell him about that. It was during the time of that First World War, and everything that's big enough to put a uniform on, had a uniform.
And oh, I wanted to be a soldier so bad. And when I got old enough then to be in the army, they wouldn't take me. So, after all I got to join the army and put on a uniform. You might not see it. It's not on the outside; it's on the inside, that meant a Christian rank. God give me the Holy Ghost, and I'm in the war today, in the battle against right and wrong, and I--I'm for the right. And I feel my uniform whether you see it or not. E Now, this boy, I said, "When you But after while, after he Finally I missed him wearing it for a long time; I said, "Lloyd, what about that suit?
Well, I wanted to wear that legging to school so bad, and I--I didn't know how I was going to do it. So I put it in my coat one day, and when I was riding on this log going down the hill, I act like I hurt my leg, and I said, "Oh, my. Avez-vous déjà fréquenté une école de campagne?
Et je me suis tenu au tableau noir comme ceci, pour résoudre un problème, vous savez. Je portais cette jambière, de ce côté-là, et ride of the valkyries orchestral me suis tenu comme ceci, je travaillais de côté, comme ceci.
Je me rappelle un jour, vers Noël, maman avait fait des pop-corn. Nous ne pouvions pas, mon frère et moi, nous ne pouvions pas amener notre repas comme les autres enfants; leurs mères faisaient cuire du pain dans des fours et, oh! Mais nous Eux avaient des sandwiches, faisaient des sandwiches. Et nous déposions ces petits pots entre nous. Mais nous nous asseyions et mangions ensemble, comme cela. E And I remember we went up to the old blackboard.
Did you ever go to country school? How many went to country school where they had eight grades?
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And I stood by the blackboard like this, to work the problem, you know. And I had that legging on that side, and I stood like this and worked sideways, like this. See everybody look at that one legging. All the kids got to laughing at me, and I got to crying; teacher made me go home. Oh, it was a hard struggle back there. I remember one day around Christmas, Mama popped some corn. That was really a rarity. We couldn't, brother and I couldn't take our lunch like other kiddies; their mothers would bake that old oven bread, and oh, my, it was dandy.
But we They had sandwiches, make sandwiches. Or what we had, we had a little molasses bucket about this high, and on one side would be a little jar full of greens, maybe the other side, a little jar full of beans, a piece of bread, of each sticking between it, and a spoon.
We were ashamed to eat before the other children, because they could have sandwiches, and cakes, and cookies, and things.
And we'd go over the hill from the school and set down there. And we set these little jars between us. And God bless his heart, he's in glory today. But we would set and eat one with another, like that. E Et je me rappelle, maman avait fait des pop-corn à mettre sur un arbre de Noël.
Nous prenions un bois de cèdre et nous enroulions les pop-corn tout autour. Alors, nous avons gravi la colline et nous nous sommes assis. Nous voulions premièrement manger les pop-corn, vous savez comment les enfants étaient. E And I remember Mama popped some corn to go on a Christmas tree. We'd get an old cedar tree and wrap popcorn around it. She had enough left, till she give us little bucket, little extra bucket full of popcorn.
We took it to school that day. And I begin to wonder just how good that would taste about ten o'clock. So I raised up my hand, and the teacher asked me, and I said, "May I be excused? I went out and stood back behind the old chimney, and I eat that popcorn, my, it was good. When--when it's dinner time, why, I knew he was going to miss that. So, we got over on the hillside and set regime anti vit k. We want to eat the popcorn first, you know how kids would be.
So we opened it up and about half of it was gone, that handful I got. My brother said, "Say, something happened to that, didn't it? Je voulais encore boire à cette ancienne pompe.
Je me suis rappelé le temps de la guerre, quand nous tous les enfants, nous nous tenions là, et son E Not long ago when I was coming from Texas in a revival, one of the meetings. I remember, we got away from the house, and some people, and there. As soon as we could get free, we went riding up the road, and I had the baby, my wife. We stopped by the old schoolhouse, and they were picking violets, my wife and baby.
And I wanted a drink from that old pump again. I was drinking, and I will tell you, this country may have beautiful scenery from Florida and Arizona, but we've got the water around here, haven't we? Yes sir, there's no better water in the world than what we have right here in central part of America, that limestone quarry. Drinking, I was drinking that water; I leaned against the fence like this, I looked up across where the old schoolhouse used to stand; it was gone.
And I remember in time of the war when all of us kiddies would stand there, and her What socks we have on, maybe be down, our toes sticking out of our shoes like turtle heads, and our hands on one another, shoulders like that, and the teacher with that big stick, you know, lining us up, you know, tramping like that, going in. I called three or four more of the boys, "William Hensel, in eternity.
I did. I thought Who, say Who was next to me? Edward, in eternity. I look right behind me, and seen Bill Ault: eternity. Behind that, Howard Higgins, in eternity The old place wasn't like it used to be; the old spring was stopped up, the fields had become people's lawns, just in a little twenty, something years.
E Je me suis tenu là, et je—je me suis mis à pleurer. Donc, je Je donnerais tout, Seigneur, tout, si seulement Tu me permettais de lui rendre cette poignée de pop-corn. Nous étions vraiment des frères.
E I stood there, and I--I got to crying. I thought about the day that I took the handful of popcorn away from my brother down there. First time I was ever When I got in need I'd even eat a heel; that's the truth. I'm not just saying that, but that's the truth. I'd always Somebody would buy me a sandwich or something, I wished I could buy it back, and I couldn't do it.
And I'd had a few meetings; I'd have an offering or two. And I'd say, "Oh, God, how I wish You could lift me up here and let me take that handful of popcorn up to him today.
I'd give anything, Lord, anything, if You'd let me give him that handful of popcorn. And they could hear him from the hospital plumb into the streets, saying, "Let me see my brother Bill once more before I go.
Tell him to be a good boy. I think of his grave, when we buried him, oh, we were real brothers. I remember I got one of Mama's blankets when it come the first snow; I went up there and throwed it over his grave, for I thought he'd be cold. That's before I was a Christian. But now I realize he's not there; he's gone on.
E Oh! Comme je commence Il y a beaucoup de ces choses que je laisse simplement tomber. En effet, mon père, il descendait à la rivière où on buvait et tout, et je voyais des femmes arriver là, des femmes mariées, sans leurs maris, et je voyais combien elles étaient infidèles.
E How I begin--I begin to crying, my wife, little girl heard me, and they come over there and said, "Bill, now I thought you come home to rest. I looked there, went around, we got in the car and drove on. When I was a lad I was more or less a bashful. There's many of those things I'll just let go. I was more or less bashful, and you might think this strange, but I really didn't like ladies.
I haven't Didn't like the girls at all. Because, my father, they'd go down on the river where they drink and everything, and I'd see women come up there, married women, their husbands not with them, and see how untrue they could act.
I said, "If that's the way they are, I never want nothing to do with any of them. I love hunting and trapping. E Et je pense que vous vous demandez comment je me suis donc marié.
Et nous pouvions rouler longtemps avec ça. Nous avons donc pris nos amies, et nous allions les amener dans une promenade. Je me suis arrêté à un petit kiosque pour acheter des sandwiches et des coca-cola.
Quand je suis ressorti, à ma grande surprise, ma petite reine était là en train de fumer une cigarette. E And I guess you wonder how I ever got married. But I remember the first date I ever had, after I got to be about seventeen, eighteen years old.
As all boys you maigrir plus vite pro ana français, you meet that first sweetheart, you know, eyes like a dove, and teeth like pearls, neck like a swan, and you know how it is: prettiest thing you ever seen in your life.
And I--I met one. So I thought she was so pretty, my. And so the boy that lived pretty close to me, he said, "Tell you what Said, "We'll get them together, and I'll get dad's old Ford. So we got enough to buy two gallons of gas. And we could ride a long time on that. So we got our girlfriends and was going to take them a riding. And I never will forget that night we went out.
And I stopped at a little place to get some sandwiches and some cokes. And so, I remember when I went in and got the sandwiches and we came out, and we drank the coke and ate the sandwiches.
I was taking the bottles back. And that was just when the girls first begin to be smart alecks, start smoking and things. When I come back out, to my surprise, my little queen was setting there smoking a cigarette. Ce sont des statistiques, je les tire du gouvernement. Et elle était assise là-dedans, elle tenait sa cigarette en main, faisant E Well, I've always had my opinion of a cigarette smoking woman, and I never have changed it.
It's the lowest thing she can do. Now, I'm not here to preach the Gospel to you; these men do that. But let me tell you something, sister: That's the worse fifth columnist that America's got. Doctors' statistics prove that eighty percent of the children if they're breast raised children, die when they're eighteen months age with nicotine poison.
That's statistics, I get that from the government. And it's the nicotine? And here not long ago, few hours ago when I was eating my breakfast, I set in one of the little luncheon places here, and there set a lady there, fifty years old, with enough manicure on her face to And she was setting in there, and she had her cigarette in her hand going [Brother Branham illustrates.
Nous nous fouettons nous-mêmes. Nos propres moeurs nous avilissent. Des termites qui rongent la fondation de notre nation. Eh bien, ne vous levez pas pour sortir.
Ecoutez, je vais vous dire. Que celui-ci soit le jour où vous arrêtez dès ce soir. Eh bien, souvenez-vous-en. Acceptez-moi en tant que prophète de Dieu, tenez-vous loin de ces choses-là, si vous vous attendez à franchir les portes de la Gloire.
E Well, listen brother, don't you fear about Russia coming over here and whipping us. We're whipping ourselves. Our own morals are degrading us. It isn't the robin that pecks on the apple that hurts the apple; it's the worm at the core that kills the apple. That's--that's where it's at now. Termites, they're eating our nation's foundation out. Now, don't get up and go out. Listen, I tell you. If you do, women, if you do use those things, for Jesus' sake, don't no more.
Let this be the day and cease from right now on. For if the Angel of God, Whose servant I am, if you're not thought any more by doing it, when you get to the gates of heaven than what it's revealed to me by Him, you'll certainly stand on the outside.
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Now, remember that. You accept me as God's prophet, you keep away from such things as that, if you expect to go into the gates of glory. Il y avait cette petite créature qui se tenait là, une jolie petite dame, fumant la cigarette. E I know when He met me when I was a little boy, the first thing He said to me, "Don't you never drink, smoke, or defile your body in any way; there'll be a work for you to do when you get older.
There that little thing aubergine pour maigrir 2014 setting there, pretty little lady, smoking that cigarette.
She said, "Have a cigarette, Billy. I said, "No. Je suis un—un prisonnier et je ne sais que faire. Je ne sais pas. Je ferais tout aussi mieux de mettre un terme à la vie. E I just got up, and went up over the hill, and set down up there in a field that night, the moon shining down; I said, "I can't have friends; I'm a black sheep among the boys, and Lord, somebody, let--let me die.
I don't want to live like this. I'm a--a prisoner and I don't know what to do. I might've lost a lot of friends then, but He's giving it back ten thousand times more today, by doing that what was right, to holding on to Him. And I said, "Oh, I don't know.
I just might as well try to end life. E Quand je me suis marié Je suis très content que mon jeune garçon soit assis, présent cet après-midi pour savoir ceci au sujet de sa mère. Elle était une dame, à tout point.
Elle était une jeune fille chrétienne. Alors, la seule chose que nous faisions, nous nous promenions en voiture le soir, et nous devions rentrer à une certaine heure, à vingt et une heures. Je rentrais; elle était une vraie dame, avec de bons parents. Moi, je gagnais vingt cents par heure en creusant des fossés. Mais elle était très aimable. Elle gît là en dessous, son corps. Son âme est dans la Gloire avec mon enfant. Et elle est Quelle aimable personne.
E When I got married I met this girl. I'm so happy, my boy setting present this afternoon to know this about his mother. She was a lady, every ounce of it. She was a Christian girl. And I met her, and she was very nice.
And I started going with her.