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Travel Blogs from Royal Tunbridge Wells
... us both to Brockwell Park. We chatted for a good 10 minutes about the hard life of being a Brentford Fan and the difficulty of the parkrun course ahead of us.
I then noticed a lady sporting the headphones that are PERFECT for running! They loop over the back of your neck & sit over your ears perfectly. I once owned a pair that broke, and after touring endless shopping centres had not been able to replace them. I asked the young ...
... he said. So after dessert we removed the fridge from the space under the counter, liberating enormous dust balls, carried it down the stairs, and deposited it on the corner of Ringwold Close and Aldersmead Road. I was pretty dubious, but Daniel said it would be gone before morning.
Well, it wasn’t. The next morning there the fridge sat, in all its glory, right on the edge of the pavement. Oh well, I thought, as least ...
... in a room decorated by William Morris, who we had reacquainted ourselves with the previous day at the Tate. Then we feasted on many nibbles of the vast offerings of the museum--carved marble screens from India, designer dresses from the 1920s, photographs over 150 years old, extravagant silver samovars, gemstones, suits of armour, transplanted chapels, pottery, and mammoth plaster casts of outdoor sculptures from all over the ...
... Unfortunately we only got to fence 7 before the weather started to turn bad, so after discussion with the Duke's right hand man, we decided it would be best to head back. It was an honour to do the job, but I was so shell shocked, I didnt even ask for a photo. Who would have thought I would ever be lost for words.
At the end of dressage day 2 the Aussies were ranked 2nd so there were high hopes for a medal. Germany ...
... birthday in 8 years. And I thought that my high school was old!
Just nearby is the art gallery, a mere 200 years old this year (see relevant photo). Turns out it was one of the very first structures designed specifically to display art. And at least according to the Gallery propaganda, its major design elements have been copied by hundreds of galleries around the world. As you will also note in today's World's superlative photo, it is ...
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