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... the castle, somehow avoiding the crowds when bus loads of other tourists arrived. We explored the older section of the castle first, which included the cellars and granaries, with vaulted ceilings supporting the weight of walls and towers above. Moving higher up into the newer sections, we found courtyards, kitchens, great halls where medieval banquets were hosted, living quarters, and defences. The central section of the castle include the "keep" (a very ...
... mystique surrounding much of the instruments once used. I know I have enjoyed the small collection that Brownless Library at Melbourne University held. It would always fascinate me and could hold my attention for long periods of time. (Time I should have spent studying :P) It took me a very long time to find the right building, I spent ages and ages getting lost but stumbling on some incredible views of the city, but to my dismay the exhibition was closed. By this time it had ...
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You can reduce the amount you pay for homeowner's insurance each year by as much as 10% if you have fire alarms installed. Protecting your home from extensive fire damage by having a fire alarm and smoke alarm reduces your homeowner's insurance premium by reducing the risk that fire or smoke will cause ...
... br> waitress at a restaurant we frequented. After a few shots of soju one night, when the table cleared and the night’s mingling began, she surprised me by abruptly asking if anything she had learned about the Korean War was true.
Following her lead tone of ambiguity, I told her that if she knew enough to ask the question, surely she knew the answer. Nodding in acknowledgement she added, “We’ve been serving foreigners for five years. We ...
... paddock fenced off with cows feeding, the noise of all their bells clanking and clinking was fantastic. The cable car was about a km long and by now the sun was out, just a glorious ride. The cable car stops and we are onto a gondola system to get to the top of the horn (mountain) Well this is an enormous gondola. Takes about 40 people and you can go up to the top deck out in the fresh air, as if. Most of you know my dislike for heights, so I parked myself in the corner and closed ...