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... as a 'dolls house' this lovely mansion was built for Henrietta Howard, George II's mistress, in 1723 for the princely sum of £11,500. It's now just a half mile walk to Ham House where we plan to make a short visit. It's interesting that our English Heritage guide book makes no mention of it at all - presumably because it is owned by the National Trust? It's a shame as it's well worth a visit. It was built in 1610 and little has changed since that time. Originally owned by ...
... to the House of Commons and 800 in the House of Lords. One of the duties of the queen each year is to address the opening session. The House of Lords brings experience to Parliament but can only delay a bill for one year, then it becomes effective if already passed by the House of Commons. The Lords are appointed , but the House Of Commons must be elected. They may only campaign for three weeks and their campaign expenses are capped at a set amount. The tour ...
... Eye and down to Westminster Bridge stopping at McDonald's for a hamburger, Diane had a breakfast sandwich. Over the bridge and along the Thames is Big Ben and the Parliment Building. In back of that is Westminster Abbey.
Now a list of where we went: down along the whole of the Parliment Building to the south, then west through a little street and through the Dean's Green (a close) and out ...
... but kept my mouth shut all day. I don't know why I torture myself like this. My German teacher use to always say "Lexi... patience is a virtue." I was always quick to fire back with "No Miss. Patience isn't a virtue, it's a waste of time." I guess all her years of nagging paid off, because I practice patience everyday, intentionally and unintentionally. Point one to Frau Weise, sculpting the leaders of tomorrow from the German classroom B1. Nag on Miss. Leandra just about blew ...
... become those passengers everyone loves to hate. The ‘Last call for Mr and Mrs Hodgson’ had not yet been announced but surely it was only a matter of time. We relaxed however when after passing gate 21, there were still about a dozen people making their way to gate 22. Several minutes later we were shown to our seat by a very pleasant cabin steward.
The seats in upper class are at a 35 degree angle to the porthole with high screens either side for ...
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