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Day 21 – One of your favorite shows.
30 Days Planned Blogging:
Day 21 – One of your favorite shows. Continue reading
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If I have a week and a place to stay just outside London (a few years from now) and access to public transportation but no other transportation than my feet (which are good for up to 10 miles a day), what three places should I absolutely NOT miss seeing?
Well I normally charge for such advice but you really should do: Walking Tour of Westminster, London (Big Ben, Houses of Commons, Houses of Parliament, River Thames, London Eye, Westmister Abbey, Downing Street, St James Park, Buckingham Palace, Churchill’s War … Continue reading
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A Midsummer Night’s Blog
Midsummer Solstice is a memorable time for me Continue reading
Twelve Days of Shakespeare Country Part One
Twelve days of Shakespeare Country Part One – Six things to do Continue reading
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