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What to do in: Los Angeles

LA – the city of Angels. So naturally I fit in quite well here. I think LA was the place I had the highest expectations to and what I saw did really meet up to the expectations that I held. 720 more words

Brandi Glanville Drunk in WeHo, Again.

Brandi Glanville was wasted again at Craig’s in Weho. I need y’all to stop what you are doing and run don’t walk to TMZ and see the video here. 298 more words

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"I'm the second most famous person in here"

So I casually ate dinner relatively close to one of the worlds most famous and most photographed woman in the world. You want another hint to who it is: she’s preggers again. 204 more words

Ballarat. Craigs Royal Hotel, Art Gallery of Ballarat, MADE and Saltbush Kitchen


Craig’s Royal Hotel1853 – Thomas Bath opens The Ballarat Hotel in June1854 – Hotel became known as “Bath’s Hotel”1855 – Eureka Stockade Royal Commission of enquiry into the conflict was held at the hotel1856 – Hotel became temporary Council Chamber for Ballarat municipality while new Council offices were built.1857 – Gas main laid in Lydiard street to supply gas to the hotel. 105 more words

Ballarat. Craigs Royal Hotel, Art Gallery of Ballarat, MADE and Saltbush Kitchen


Craig’s Royal Hotel1853 – Thomas Bath opens The Ballarat Hotel in June1854 – Hotel became known as “Bath’s Hotel”1855 – Eureka Stockade Royal Commission of enquiry into the conflict was held at the hotel1856 – Hotel became temporary Council Chamber for Ballarat municipality while new Council offices were built.1857 – Gas main laid in Lydiard street to supply gas to the hotel. 105 more words

I get more nostalgic for State College than I do my own college. I blame a couple factors–while I liked my college and enjoyed the experience, I went to a school relatively close to home and took college somewhat seriously. 783 more words

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No. 1178: Fleet Street, EC4

Fleet Street, London, EC4. Photo ©RogerDean 2014

Gaslight and Daylight – George Augustus Sala, 1859:

‘SIR,’ said Samuel Johnson to the Scotch gentleman— ‘sir, let us take a walk down Fleet Street.’ 121 more words

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