“We didn’t think it was going to be a problem until we got a little bit out there,” Braylin Satterfield, who was driving the truck, said. “The truck started slowing down, the tires started spinning. And then we were kind of a little bit worried but we were almost halfway there already so we just kept going.”.
Sometimes a hot cereal hits the spot, but with around 28 grams per serving, regular oatmeal may overshoot your carb goals. However, sugar free instant oatmeal has around 19 grams per packet, if you don’t mind the artificial sweeteners, and instant Cream of Wheat has 20 grams per packet, which is about cup prepared. Two other brands, Sensato and ProtiDIET, are sucralose sweetened hot cereals.
HomeWhat’s OnWhat’s On News2018 world cupWhere to watch the World Cup 2018 in BirminghamFancy watching the England vs Croatia semi finals in a crowd setting with other sports fans? Here’s some of the coolest choices in the city16:25, 9 JUL 2018What’s OnGet What’s On updates directly to your inbox+ SubscribeSee our privacy noticeThank you for subscribing!Could not subscribe, try again laterInvalid EmailEngland are getting ready to play Croatia in the FIFA 2018 World Cup semi finals on Wednesday.But where will you be watching?The tournament kicked off on Thursday, June 14, at 4pm, with an opening match between hosts Russia and Saudi Arabia.Those football fans who have flown to Russia for the matches are seeing their cash stretch further as currency fluctuations bring down the costs.Post Office Travel Money said that, due to the strengthening of sterling against the Russian ruble, England fans will get the equivalent of more cash on a currency transaction than they would have done a year ago, and more than five years ago.The low cost of food and drink in Russia means fans can expect to pay around for a beer in Russia compared with in the 2014 Brazil World Cup, the research found.Many, however, are choosing to watch the action much closer to home but if you don’t fancy just slumping on the sofa with the remote control in one hand and a can of lager in the other, there are other options.Birmingham offers a number of places for enjoying the footy in a crowd atmosphere with other sports fans.Here’s our pick of places to enjoy the World Cup this summer.The Archway10 best sports bars to catch all the action in BirminghamAll of England’s World Cup group games are being shown at The Archway in Floodgate Street, DigbethIt’s the city’s newest permanent outdoor event space. A giant screen was put up there on Friday, June 8.A partnership between Factory Cinema Co, Elonex and The Custard Factory is planning to offer film, live sport, music and arts at the site.This is billed as Birmingham’s biggest outdoor screen. There will also be street food, free entry and a licensed bar.The next screening is England v Belgium on June 28.