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Book An Authentic London Afternoon Tea

24th January 2012
The British have long been known for their love of tea - a habit acquired from the bottom of the Chinese in the 16 th century, when entrepreneurs discovered this most British of drinks and started to take him to England, making London the capital of Tea t... Read >
Author: alyshia

A Description Of Wing Back Chairs?

04th May 2011
Looking for a comfortable and elegant chair? You are then looking for wing back chairs. Due to its design, this chair naturally improves your posture. The elegance of wingbacks can be traced from the British monarchy. Find an online store that offers wing... Read >
Author: Rudy Silva

Can the Queen Veto Laws, Pardon Criminals or Prorogue Parliament?

20th January 2011
Elizabeth II is the Head of State of the United Kingdom and fifteen other member states of the Commonwealth of Nations. These countries are constitutional monarchies, meaning that they operate under an essentially democratic constitution, the Queen’s prin... Read >
Author: Ned Lecic

Timber Sash Windows: Some Elementary Facts

02nd February 2010
Timber sash windows are extremely popular in houses of any age. Incorporated primarily in homes during Victorian and Georgian periods, timber sash windows are made from either hardwood or softwood. While time-honoured timber sash windows of ages past were... Read >
Author: Morris Streak

Who wins the taste test? Belgian Chocolate or Swiss Chocolate?

11th March 2009
The word "Chocolate" is derived from the word "xocolatl" of the Aztecs of Mexico. The Aztecs associated chocolates with the goddess of fertility, "Xochiquetzal". No wonder, even today chocolate is considered aphrodisiac.The Spanish Conquistadors learned a... Read >
Author: Bob Monk
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