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... The history of this place starts in 1485 when the Bishop of Ely began to build Hatfield Palace. Henry VIII confiscated the Palace and used it as a residence for his children. Mary was miserable here, being separated from her mother, but Elizabeth's childhood here was very happy. She was educated at the side of her brother Edward, who was Henry's only male child. Later, during Mary's reign, Elizabeth was practically a prisoner here and it was here at ...
... miss my poor Domino though! Afterwards, we made our way into the area of the London Eye and me and Austin got dinner at a Japanese restaurant. We wanted to wait for dusk to go on the eye because thats when I went last year and it was absolutely gorgeous, but after some ice cream and enjoying the scenery by the river, we decided to go for it. The rest is history!
Tuesday, we didnt have class and instead we spent our day touring Vauxhall Motors and ...
... where the atom was split..pretty cool stuff and I had no idea it was done there! Cambridge is an interesting university in the way its "organized" into different colleges, all of which have all of the majors which I thought was interesting. They also only have a few more thousand students than UNCW which was quite surprising! Maybe its just that prestigious? After the tour, a group of us really wanted a Cambridge shirt so we ventured out to ...
... student study abroad "guides," Matt (from Manchester) & Matt (from Spain). We got to go into the the St Albans cathedral which was absolutely gorgeous! We then got to see the oldest pub in England, Ye Old Fighting Cocks, which was pretty cool. Just around the corner from the pub was a beautiful park that everyone was enjoying the gorgeous weather in so we walked around there for a bit. We really wanted to check out some of the shops but it was Sunday and ...
... pillar, Science holds callipers and some plan, and the two figures face away from each other. By contrast, and appropriately, Naval and Military Power look more in a similar direction. Military Power is a helmeted man with a sword, while Naval Power is a serious-faced woman with a light, decorative headpiece, and cradling a small ...
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