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... site never saw action but the grounds and the area around the Chateau were heavily bombed by the Allies.
On completion of our short walk the temperature was heading towards the high twenties. Bearing in mind the streset of the previous day we decided to declare a deck chair day. We spent most of the day on loungers under the trees which turned out to be a cunning plan. The temperature that day topped 40 deg.
The next morning we drove to the ...
... br> Well here is the latest news, this will probably be a bit of a boring entry, but its been a long time since I have wrote anything
I went up to London today, to pick up (or attempt) to get a visa for Ethiopia
I had a choice, either send my passport back to the UK from where ever I was in Africa and hope I got it back in time to enter Ethiopia
I thought, well its a day out, lets see if we can apply and get one now
It has to be a six month ...
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The budget explorer will be pleased to notice that, just similar to London, the bulk of Glasgow's art colonnades, galleriesas well as parks are permitted to visit. ...
... last bit of gift buying at Selfridges. That was bloody frantic- I had limited time, the crowds had swelled to phenomenal proportions due to the sun coming out that afternoon, and it made for some hairy moments that's for sure!! Finally, it was on to Adriana's aunties house in Tottenham for a superb home cooked meal and overnight stay before leaving with Topdeck tomorrow morning. They've taken amazingly good care of us this trip, I can't thank them enough, and yet we've barely even ...
... original designs, reasons behind particular structural designs, why they included a garden in one area and how they decided on the type of material to use on the outside of the building.
We went behind the scenes of the whole place, taking in the private living spaces, concert hall, water system, conservatory and so on.
What I most liked about the Barbican is that it's design for private living quarters and a public art venue to work in unison. Even though ...