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... writers and prostitutes. Today, Little Venice is a bit more genteel. The area is comprised of about ten tree-lined streets with beautiful 17th century white stucco homes plus shops on Formosa Street and Clifton Gardens. Easy access to Oxford Street, the West End, Paddington Station and even Heathrow make this oasis on near London's canals a much coveted, fashionable and expensive address. We walked along the Grand Union today, scores of boats tied on the 14day license. Caught a bus ...
... was a pretty cool little town. We then caught the train to the Tate museum and saw some cool paintings by Picasso. We then went shopping in Oxford street, the only thing I've bought so far is some food! We then had a pizza dinner at the bottom of our hotel! It was a good day but my feet are a bit sore ...
... t think she did the Times survey but she did guide us to the central part of town, the High Street. We strolled around the town, little alley ways here and there, sagging roof lines and oddly designed attics. It also has all the major shops and amenities required, if I lived in England this town would appeal to me as a place to live. After two hours we walked back to the car and drove to another part ...
... go of one this makes space for a new opportunity to arise. We are been guided by the grandmothers, our eyes are wide open and there is a strong connection with Mother Earth and the trees. Tapping into the ancient wisdom and the ancient souls and allow all to flow. Here all we are simply doing is re-igniting our inner knowledge and our connection to our higher self. We all know this information however has been buried over the lifetimes. Take our ...
... when Japan surrendered. Some of the rooms are in their actual state at the time they were abandoned, whilst others have been recreated back to their state at that time. The underground headquarters were reinforced by a very thick concrete slab but fortunately they suffered no impact during the war to test its effectiveness. The War Cabinet Room is where tactics and strategies were devised by Churchill and his key ministers and military personnel and is still as it was when ...
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