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... USA or DL Hughley Breaks The News or...well you get the point. These are not ratings bonanza shows. But hey, they're English and I am not complaining.
Fun Fact #2
Yup, that white, fatty gunky stuff that finds its home between bread slices or in salad dressings.
It’s popular here - really popular. Really, really popular.
Although, I’ve not seen it offered much in restaurants, I have to believe it ...
... the park. The pedestrian road that circles the park is 10km length that includes a climb of 178 meters, no problem for Helen and I after cycle touring in Italy. The views from the park were exceptional and we thoroughly enjoyed the ride around the park. In the evening we went to a seafood restaurant that was locally owned and operated. We had a fantastic fresh seafood dinner and ...
Raph had told me about Split - the old town, wonderful beaches, gorgeous esplanade, etc. But not the history. This is the oldest town we've visited, the heart of it was built as a palace by the Roman Emperor Diocletian in late 300AD. No superlatives left.... Nanna and I wandered along the waterfront and through the old markets (where we later bought our lunch) then passed through the Silver Gate into the old ...
... and Jews. An opposition group, the Chetniks, fought back, but they, too, resorted to terrorism and massacred the Croats. However, another group, the Partisans, led by a man called Tito, gained wide spread support, and after World War II, Tito became the leader of Yugoslavia.
Under Tito’s leadership, Yugoslavia, which included Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Macedonia, Montenegro, Slovenia and Serbia, adopted a type of planned market socialism, ...
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