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... paintings, and textiles. It’s hard to imagine that they didn’t get tired of living with the same décor for hundreds of years, but I imagine it’s not cheap to redecorate that many rooms.
There’s a separate "below stairs" exhibit in the kitchens and cellars so that visitors can see how the servant classes lived and worked. I just know that’s where I would have ended up if I had ...
... and 2:00pm. For the most part people are calling just to learn what it is we can do for them. However I did have one call on behalf of two different women with similar but separate situations of fleeing domestic violence. Both women have been in a safe-house for some time and most of their benefits (i.e. for housing, child-care, and income assistance) had expired when new protocols emerged in May of this year for acquiring the benefits. The representative of the women was calling ...
... a flat white. We quizzed him and it soon became evident that he had no idea. I dobbed Maddi in to show him how to do it and and we all had our first real flat white in England. The owner was very receptive to learning the technique but the cups used are huge and he still only uses one shot so i doubt they'll really get it.
Moving on we headed for Watford and the Harry Potter Studio. We had bought the tickets before we left and stayed ...
I HAVE LANDED IN LONDON! Today has been a crazy day. Last night my flight departed from JFK and although it was delayed an hour we were able to make most of it up due to the strong winds and landed in London at 9:00 this morning. I was very glad I got a window seat so I was able to see NYC at night as well as an amazing sunrise ...
... with an honourable record for at least 22 years. The current contingent of warders have experienced serving in Northern Ireland, the Falklands War, Bosnia, the first and second Gulf conflicts and in Afghanistan. The casements, as the dwellings built into the walls of the Tower are called, the private areas of the Tower, where live forty-seven families live and washing lines and flower pots, even a doctor’s surgery, attested to their presence. Yet these spaces carry history as ...
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