Monthly Archives: December 2012

Hotel with a ghostly secret…

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Tweet   Rock stars, Royalty and Ghosts… What do they have in common? They all seem to prefer staying at the same hotel. “Springs hotel” got this romantic name because of seven springs which fill the lake next to the …

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The City of Bath and the Dandies

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Tweet   They say “all roads lead to Rome “. Many strait roads, according to researchers, were founded by the ancient Romans and you can find evidence of the Romans having been in England. They founded many cities and towns. …

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Hurry and visit the Dead Sea before it disappears!

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Tweet   The deserts round the Dead Sea are places where ancient Qumran manuscripts where found, as well as the cities of Sodom and Gomorrah from the Book of Genesis, it is also the lowest point on earth. The surface …

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Political scandals and intrigue in the valley among cliffs

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Tweet This article is not only about political scandals and intrigue…  Where can you buy the most expensive sandwich in the world? In an Italian mansion, now a magnificent hotel called CLIVEDEN. In the 2007 Guinness Book of Records the …

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Goose fair in Nottingham

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Tweet   How many legends do you know about geese? In China the goose is considered like a love and marriage talisman. In Rome geese saved the city from conquerors, defenders of the city were woken by cackling of geese …

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