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'The Unholy Alliance' that wants you to spoon-feed you your leaders, not do what is best for you or this country

Faced with the two worst candidates for president in recent memory, and perhaps in U.S. history, we need to be conscious of one simple fact: 1,068 more words

Opinion

Häme Castle

“One’s destination is never a place, but a new way of seeing things.” – Henry Miller

After a busy week of training (clearly not for me), we finally got the chance to go and explore our new town. 170 more words

Travel

Part of The Puzzle

Photograph taken of Bridgnorth Castle Ruins,  August 2016, Bridgnorth, Shropshire. © Pete Hillman 2016. Camera used Nikon D7200, with Nikon 18-55mm lens.

To think that this great square hunk of masonry was once part of a great castle where some 12th to 13th century accounts recall a great hall, a King’s Chamber, a Queen’s Chamber, a royal kitchen, pantry and butlery, stables, a great tower with a dungeon, a tilt yard, a barbican in which was the Constable’s house and a prison, a drawbridge and a well. 48 more words

Photography

Wine tasting at the Würzburg Residence court cellars

Würzburg is known for its royal palace, the Residenz and much to my delight, it has a fantastic wine cellar. As I am rather fond of the occasional tipple, I went on a public tour around the Residence’s… 837 more words

Erasmus

Knight Festival on Čičva Castle, Slovakia

Hello everybody!

In the last article (Čičva Castle) I have written about history of the Čičva castle and all the ways to get there. 144 more words

Travel