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... I am thrilled Maggie was able to come to the party. After all these years, it was amazing to meet her again! Children played, grown-ups visited, everyone enjoyed good food and drink, and by the end of this treasured day, my heart was full. Being able to introduce Josh to more of his British family was just the best. I thank Michael and Chris for opening their home, and I am forever grateful that my mom and dad wrote all those letters that kept us ...
... enormous amount of ciders dreamt up by both sane and crazy farmers and brewers. We decided we just had to go there, and so after a delicious lunch of bloody Mary's and halloumi burgers across the road at Bill's diner, we made haste to said farmhouse.
Inside we found row after row of cider barrels, each with bizzare names like the 'Wobbly Monk', 'Tipsy Toddler', and the 'Knee Bender'. There were sweet ciders, medium ciders, dry ciders, perry ciders, ...
... awfully secret but it did blend into the wall of books well). We wandered out of the museum and down the street to a chain cafe called 'pret' for lunch. We are cheese and tomato croissants and coffee. By the time we left the cafe it was about ten last four and starting to get dark. We returned to the museum and looked at the exhibitions on Britian and Europe. These exhibits were less busy and we were able to move through them much more quickly. We returned home and ...
... known for having the longest legs in the world, but even I was cramped and uncomfortable. The temperature was ridiculously hot as well, and yet four rows back, the rest of my family were frozen and cocooned themselves in blankets trying to keep warm. I asked an air stewardess if there was any way of adjusting the temperature, and she said that it was centrally controlled but that she would ask the captain. I don't know if she did ask him or if he just ...
... was over 1/3 of a mile long and 128 feet high. Among other things, Crystal Palace was for notable for being the World’s First [note world’s superlative] building to have public toilets. Designed by George Jennings, the toilets were called “Monkey Closet flushing lavatories.” During the course of the exhibition 827,280 monkeys paid one penny each to use them.
When the Great Exhibition closed after a successful ...
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