Monthly Archives: July 2013

What would Jerome K. Jerome write about today? (Part 2 Runnymede and Windsor)

Tweet Many centuries ago some of the Anglo-Saxon kings started a tradition of holding regular meetings in the open air. According to historical evidence the name of Runnymede is derived from the Anglo-Saxon word “runieg” and “mede” (“regular meetings on …

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What would Jerome K. Jerome write about today (part I, Hampton Court Palace)

Tweet   While reading a novel by Jerome K. Jerome “Three Men in a Boat” when I was young, I laughed again and again as I read what he had written and quoted in his funniest passages. The author describes …

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The artist’s town of St Ives and its legends

Tweet The beautiful town of St Ives on the western coast of Cornwall in England with it’s amazing sea landscapes, creates a unique atmosphere for artists. Walking along the narrow streets with their multi-colored stone cottages all nestled together in …

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