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King of the swingers

I’ve become a member of the jungle VIP over the past few days as I’ve spent a large proportion of my time on swings.

On Thursday I swung on the cool dragon tyre swings at Montecute, followed by a quick turn on the swinging bench. 42 more words

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Enchantress of Paris by Marci Jefferson

Enchantress of Paris: A Novel of the Sun King’s Court by Marci Jefferson

Fraught with conspiracy and passion, the Sun King’s opulent court is brought to vivid life in this captivating tale about a woman whose love was more powerful than magic. 519 more words


Daniel’s letters: 2 April 1815 – Bonaparte in France, King Louis to Holland, news from home

R. 7th of April

Hounslow April 2nd 1815

Dear Father and Mother

Your letter Dated 5th of March I received on the 9th and very sorry to heard of your illness and in great hopes you are better in health at present… 581 more words


Daniel's letters: 18 May 1816 – mass unemployment, marriage of Princess Charlotte, Uncle's 'rumitis'

R. 18th of Instant

May the 5th 1816

Dear Father and Mother

Your last letter I received was Dated Decbr  the 1st, and I have wrote the 16th of January and never had an Answer, to this day, and that makes me uneasey somtimes but on another consideration I should imagine if there is anything amiss I should heard of it, 209 more words


The Three Musketeers: A new adaptation by Tom Wood

Aramis (Justin Sproule), D’Artagnan (Eric Morin), Atos (Kris Joseph), Porthos (Ashley Wright). Photo By The Citadel

“All for one and one for all!”

Who has not heard this famous phrase, or of the Three Musketeers and their adventures? 434 more words

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April 2011

Special Resonance - Versailles

This month’s “Special Resonance” feature is on the Palace of Versailles. Originally a hunting lodge owned by king Louis XIII, the lodge was transformed over time and became home to the French royal court in 1692 and was home to three successive French kings who each added their own additions to the palace. 486 more words

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