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Get Down @ RHUL.

First term’s dance competition is over! It was one competition with so many obstacles and time management issues and I’m glad it’s over. It’s alright if we didn’t win, we made our choreographer and ourselves proud, I have got no regrets! 39 more words


Fiume Tevere (Tiber River)

We were walking along the Lungotevere boulevard, which runs along the river (hence its name, which translates as “along the Tiber”). I did a bit of research, because why not, and I learned that it took 50 years (1876 to 1926) to complete the construction of the massive concrete walls that put a stop to the river’s recurring floods. 34 more words


Rome to Venice with SeaDream

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If the Mediterranean seems a long way to go for a seven-day holiday at sea, in July of next year… 225 more words


Street Artist

There were quite a few artists on the streets of Rome selling their art. I ended up buying one of these. It’s currently sitting under my bed.


Connecticut man drives seven hours to Ottawa to see one very large cheese

Anthony LoFrisco had been waiting almost 70 years to find another 1,000-pound provolone. He just didn’t think he’d have to make the seven hour, 673-kilometre drive from Wilson, Connecticut, to Ottawa to get it. 853 more words

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Ortigia island

We’re heading for Ortigia – Syracuse’s island heart. Packed full of history and architecture.

It may be small but it’s crammed with over 2,500 years of history. 416 more words