The Cambridge Belfry - A QHotel
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"Thou shall not covet thy neighbour's house, thou shalt not covet thy neighbour's wife, nor his servants, nor his maid, nor his ox, nor his ass, nor anything that is his."
Debby tells me that there is similar advice in the ancient Indian wisdom contained in the Vedas. There are eight limbs of yoga and the first two relate to our ...
What is truly stunning though is that throughout during the war, 12,000 people worked at Bletchley and its surrounding outlier locations and no one told. Absolute secrecy was maintained by 12,000 people for six years and beyond. If anyone in any capacity in Germany had had the remotest inkling that the codes for all three branches of their military had been broken, the jig would have been up, game over. There is an old saying, 'You know ...
So much has happened since my last entry! I'm hoping I can remember everything! On Saturday, we finally were able to venture to London with the group which was exciting! Once we got to Kings Cross from Hatfield, we met our crazy tour guide Warren G, and he took us on a bus tour of London to see many of the major sites: Big Ben, the London Eye & Westminster Abbey, to name a few. Once we got near Buckingham Palace, we hopped off the bus and took a stroll through St James Park ...
After waking up at 3:45 am "American" time and leaving RDU around 6:00 am, I finally made it to Heathrow airport around 9:30 pm "England" time. I had to go through customs and find my luggage (which was somewhat broken during the trip, unfortunately) and then make my way to my personal driver, Akrum, to take me to The University of Hertfordshire. Akrum kept joking with me about how my parents have obviously seen the movie Taken because they seemed very ...