The Lord Milner
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... old houses that you'd expect to see in the country side of England. -tons of young people and hipsters since it is a college (or university as they call it) town. -Vegetarian restaurants everywhere! Never have I seen so many in one place -reminded Kyle and I both a lot of Northampton and Amherst -went out for tradition English food and I ended up getting vegetarian chili and craft beer. So good. -Walked around Brighton's Taj Mahal which seemed to be a bit out of place, ...
... post build images from the street. She did this to a father and son, who were in the middle of their own build. The dad pulled up his house and they compared war stories. The big attraction was the doodle wall. You grab a transmitting spray can and tag the wall to make your own Google Doodle - they were at this for nearly half an hour before Fid discovered the Gaming Bunker and ...
... pages from Michaelangelo's and Leonardo da Vinci's notebooks, letters by people like Churchill, Nelson, Elizabeth 1, Walter Raleigh, originals of Dickens, Shakespeare, Bronte and many others, early sacred texts from all religions, some of the earliest printed works, and so much else. Absolutely amazing and FREE! Usually the Magna Carta is there too but at the moment it is part ...
... from the horticulture world take place very often. Beautiful Paintings and historic art are a delight to the visitors which can be seen throughout the year in the Garden Museum. The beauty reminds of the British love for Gardens.
The Garden also provides trainings with the aim to equip the young talent who are passionate about the environment and restoration of the rich heritage. The Garden has trainers who are well experienced, very devoted and passionate ...
... asleep through dinner didn't sleep a wink for the rest of the flight. (Might have helped if I'd realised there were headrests you can use....) nevermind it will just be like a normal busy work day relying on very little sleep - at least I've got the practice in ...