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... rocky outcrop.
It was a few days later when we returned and did a general tour of the house although it still only covered a small part of the whole house. This time we got to see a copy of Michelangelo’s Pieta, the original is in St Peter’s in Rome. This was just outside the large private chapel. There are a great many Turner paintings and Constables too, along with many others including the Titian. L quite liked the statues many of which ...
... Well, my secretary, when she unscrambles her brain will endeavour to enlighten you.
William Henry Fox Talbot was one of the men accredited with inventing photography. We say one of the people, because he used a method that created a negative which he then developed into a positive photo. Around the same time a French man, Louis Daguerre, invented a method that produced a direct photo on silver coated thin copper sheet or some such thing. L didn’t ...
... the beginning of the French Revolution and is still celebrated each year on that date with a public holiday in France.
With the city now a blaze of lights from not only the buildings and street lights but also the cars that were still bumper to bumper it became almost impossible to get any photos. The top deck of the bus was far too cold and everyone deserted it for the warmer lower deck so that made viewing far more difficult with ...
... there the day before Heather, our hostess, left with her friend Dawn for a week in Sicily. So that now we are taking care of Trevor the cat whilst H is away. D is wrestling with the problems with the car, the gearbox problem is the major one as on-one seems ever to have encountered it’s like before.
Apart from the numerous car problems other things have packed up too. The inverter that we use to charge all sorts of things packed up months ago, the ...
... dies at Kensington Palace. The Jacobites celebrate and drink to “the little gentlemen in the black velvet jacket” meaning the mole. A statue of William on a horse has the mole hill at the back feet of the horse.
So Anne becomes Queen and she lives in Hampton Court and got rid of the Dutch stuff which she didn’t like. She did like horses though and started Ascot. She and boring George have ...