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Best Way to See Europe; Bus Tour or Hotel Stay? Good Science Fair Project

29th November 2012
Best Way to See Europe; Bus Tour or Hotel Stay? Good Science Fair Project by Mort Barish Word count: 802 I have lived in Europe for over six years, and have made dozens of separate trips all over the Continent, Eastern Europe, the British Isles a... Read >
Author: Mort Barish

Are there any Castles to rent in England

04th October 2012
Have you ever wanted to be ‘Lord or Lady of the Manor’ for a week in a luxury English Castle? Holiday Chateau provide Luxury Houses to Rent are the first choice for families and friends looking to spend quality time together and offered at the best p... Read >
Author: jamesdean

Sea Areas of the Shipping Forecast

04th January 2012
Part 1. The Eastern Area - Viking to Thames "Forties, Cromarty, Forth, Tyne, Dogger, Fisher, German Bight" - such evocative sounds, but where do they come from and why? A bit of history: Gale warnings for the British Isles were first broadcast to s... Read >
Author: Simon White

A caravan equipment guide for beginners

29th November 2011
Before you set off on a camping expedition to explore the British Isles, there are a number of essential items that you will need. It is important that those that are new to caravanning know what is needed and this can sometimes be a frustrating process. ... Read >
Author: Club Care

About The Shipping Forecast

11th November 2011
"and here is the shipping forecast issued by the Met. Office…" Words that many of us have heard as we toss on the high seas, and for those who have drawn the short straw, rudely awakened in their bunk at 0520 hours as the chosen crew member to note dow... Read >
Author: Simon White

Differences Between American Bulldogs, English Bulldogs and French Bulldogs

22nd August 2011
You may have your own bulldog, or you probably plan to have one, but do you know that there are a bunch of dog breeds that exist under the famed bulldog? First, let’s get to know what a bulldog is. Originating from British Isles, bulldogs are descendents ... Read >
Author: Lea Mullins

Knowing How Rim Locks Work

03rd August 2011
Rim locks are locking devices that attach to the surface of the door. Rim locks existed for centuries already. In fact, they were one of the earliest styles of security used for securing castles and the homes of England and Europe nobles. These rim locks ... Read >
Author: Felix Garcia Caturza

A Musical Lament: History of the Song Wayfaring Stranger

26th November 2010
Among the most often-sung, often-recorded songs of all time is one of the most poignant. Its lyrics haunt listeners to this day: I am a poor wayfarin' stranger Travelin' through this world of woe, But there's no sickness, toil nor danger In that bri... Read >
Author: FlorenceFederini

Snickers Chocolate Bar A Short History

15th April 2010
Snickers chocolate bar made and marketed US based Private Corporation called Mars, Inc. It is peanut butter nougat with caramel and peanut topping and dairy milk chocolate. Snickers is a popular chocolate bar sold around the globe and its annual sales is ... Read >
Author: Tauqeer Ul Hassan
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