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Duke of Wellington? Hmmm...

Last week, when I went to London, I visited Apsley House,  also known as Number One, London. It is the London townhouse of the Dukes of Wellington and, although it is now a museum, the 8th Duke still uses some of it as a residence. 180 more words

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Fly over at the Louvre

In this photo you can see the I M Pei Pyramid and the Louvre Museum along with a military fly over of three planes heading over them. 16 more words

Shem Butcher

It was back in 2012 that we came across the story of Shem and his donkey shay, pictured on October October 1st 1900 at Lavington Station – the day the railway line opened. 1,016 more words

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Patrouille de France

Here you can see a photo of planes going over the Louvre Museum, the military team known as Patrouille de France, which had coloured smoke from their planes to represent the French flag. 16 more words

SULYAP GALLERY CAFE (San Pablo, Laguna)

Definitely a place where you are given a “taste of the past,” Sulyap Gallery Cafe is a vintage resto that is perfect for traditional, Filipiniana theme events.   522 more words

WEDDINGS, DEBUTS & EVENTS

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Peruvian Immersion For A Day @ National Gallery of Australia, Canberra

Date of Visit: March 29 2014

If your much anticipated hiking trip to Peru is cancelled what would you do?  Well, Bestie and I made a road trip to Canberra to gawk at the exotic Inca treasures of the ancient Peruvian civilisation at the National Gallery of Art in Canberra – aptly called… 835 more words

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A Day at Metropolitan Museum of Art also known as MET in New York

Recently, a friend of ours from Canada came to the Big Apple to visit and we took our Canadian friend to the MET obviously! Since we’re students, we can’t really afford to go to fancy broadway shows, so we opt for a day at one of the best museums in the world not too shabby right. 148 more words

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