London

26 Jun 19
A Few of my favorite things...

I may have mentioned that I have a great fondness for ancient things. I love the old history of our world, from the evolution of life through to the first civilizations. I find it fascinating to see the marks of their rise and fall on the land and love to walk among their ruined places […]

26 Jun 19
Backpacking Europe Sample Itineraries

▲▲▲ Today take a stroll along historic Whitehall from Big Ben to Trafalgar Square. This quick nine stop walk gives meaning to that tourist hub. Under London’s modern traffic and big city bustle lie 2,000 fascinating years of history! I would allow one hour for a leisurely walk. Start halfway across Westminster Bridge. 1)▲▲ Westminster Bridge […]

26 Jun 19
Russia News Now

India and Turkey’s recent embrace of Russia’s advanced S-400 defense system represents a major turning point in the international battle now underway between two opposing paradigms of global affairs. Both nations are standing up to immense pressure by an Anglo American empire which has been working desperately since 2007 to build a vast military infrastructure […]

26 Jun 19
Archy Worldys

Eliminating cervical cancer in affluent countries such as the UK could be possible within decades, according to experts, according to a comprehensive study showing the success of the HPV leak in protecting women. Sexually transmitted human papillomavirus can cause both cervical cancer and anogenital warts. Data from high-income countries show that in 15- to 19-year-old […]

26 Jun 19
queglowcentre

The Chronicles of Narnia PC Game ※ Download: Chronicles of narnia download pdf Chronicles of Narnia by C. S. Lewis (7 books) Narnias only hope is that Eustace and Jill, old friends to Narnia, will be able to find the true Aslan and restore peace to the land. Lewis Company announced a partnership with , […]

26 Jun 19
Elena's World

  Today’s the day! I’m all packed up and waiting at the gate for my flight to board. My sister, Lindsey and my best friends Margaux and Lesly wished me goodbye before I left. Goodbyes were hard even as I’m buzzing with excitement, but I’ll see you all again soon enough!     I packed […]

26 Jun 19
The London Free Press

What’s happening in and around London this weekend and next week

26 Jun 19
FabulousReader4Ever

Goodreads Blurb Louisa Clark arrives in New York ready to start a new life, confident that she can embrace this new adventure and keep her relationship with Ambulance Sam alive across several thousand miles. She steps into the world of the superrich, working for Leonard Gopnik and his much younger second wife, Agnes. Lou is […]

26 Jun 19
Charles The Concierge

If you have time this may be worth reading Fendi Partners With Patricia Manfield on Made-to-order Shoes | Hers | Style  Luxury London Design your own pair of Fendi heels at the Mayfair flagship store with #MyFendiColibrì, fronted by Patricia Manfield. Via https://ift.tt/2YbUKwg

26 Jun 19
Skinny VS Curvy

AMBER LE BON at Serpentine Gallery Summer Party in London 06/25/2019 Source link

26 Jun 19
michaelevansphotographerblog

Architectural photography at the Natural History Museum On a recent trip back to the UK I was able to visit the wonderful Natural History Museum in South Kensington on two separate occasions; the first very brief visit being to view the incredible Wildlife Photographer of the Year exhibition, while on the second visit I was […]

26 Jun 19
News Archives Uk

The Queen has given Kate Middleton a special role. The Duchess of Cambridge has been named the new patron of the Royal Photographic Society, a position Her Majesty, 93, has held for 67 years. Kate seems to fit in perfectly with this role as she has taken stunning pictures of her three children in the […]

26 Jun 19
Deadline

British actor Bryan Marshall, known for his portrayal of Commander Talbot in The Spy Who Loved Me, and for his starring role in Australian daytime soap Neighbours, died Tuesday. He was 91. Marshall’s agent, ECA’s Esta Charkham, confirmed the news on Twitter Wednesday. “So sad that my dear old chum Bryan Marshall has gone on […]

26 Jun 19
Right Off the Bat

Henry James, for whom no abstraction, no characteristic or gesture, was too subtle to be examined (and examined), qualified and qualified again, is generally credited with a fictional form that was actually pioneered by women, mostly Continental-women writers on to Edith Wharton. Mary Murdoch Mason’s Mae Madden: A Story was published three years before James’s […]

26 Jun 19
Yankees Life

Well, that was… eventful. Leave it to this year’s Yankees to close out their final home stand before the All-Star Break with quite the dramatic flair. The Blue Jays, for their part, certainly made it one worth fighting for all the way to the end. James Paxton got a rocky start in this afternoon’s finale, […]