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So God Made a Farmer

So God Made a Farmer

so god made a farmer

So god made a farmer

MEET THE FIVE episode 101Five orphan boys live in the attic of a

MEET THE FIVE episode 101Five orphan boys live in the attic of a

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Things To Do In London: Monday 28 July 2014

Monday, 28 July 2014, 4:29 | London Travel | 0 Comment
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If you’ve not already done so, you can subscribe to these daily listings and have them delivered to your inbox at 7pm each evening, so you have enough time to plan for the day ahead. Alternatively, subscribe to Londonist Daily to hear about events further in the future. And help spread the word to your friends who haven’t discovered us yet! Learn to fire a cannon aboard the Golden Hinde II. Listings BLOOD: Today’s opportunities to donate blood are at YMCA Hall in Barbican, ASDA on...

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Urubamba: These Hotel Staffers Will Contort Themselves to Please You

Sunday, 27 July 2014, 17:18 | Hotel Review | 0 Comment
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Our front desk guy has been stressing the importance of great hotel service in the past few weeks but this five-star hotel in Peru is going to the extreme.The Sol & Luna Lodge and Spa, a new addition to the Relais & Chateaux portfolio in the Urubamba Valley, has hired four former Cirque du Soleil acrobats who perform outdoors on the trapeze and ropes with the views of the Sacred Valley of the Incas in the background. Yes, it's come to this. Hotel are now so eager to please their guests they...

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London News Roundup

Sunday, 27 July 2014, 17:15 | London Travel | 0 Comment
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Zarah Hussain’s Magic Carpet, projected onto the William Morris Gallery during the Walthamstow Garden Party. Photo by Peter H from the Londonist Flickr pool A 16 year old boy has serious injuries after being stabbed in Plaistow Park. Masonry fell in a tunnel at Mile End station on Saturday morning. Brent Council accused of social cleansing on the ‘regenerated’ South Kilburn Estate. Are rich people afraid of catching Poor Cooties? Then why separate housing entrances? Thousands...

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The Step By Step Guide To Picking A Cruise Ship Cabin

Sunday, 27 July 2014, 16:00 | Travel International | 0 Comment
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Washington: ‘Gals on the Go’ Get Special Perks at The Four Seasons in Washington, D.C.

Sunday, 27 July 2014, 6:04 | Hotel Review | 0 Comment
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Speaking of Washington D.C. today, we happened to stumble across these special amenities for women offered at the Four Seasons Washington, D.C.. Here's what the luxury hotel is giving out to its gals on the go. We think Olivia Pope and her female gladiators would approve. 1. Access to the fitness center: This is given to all guests but the Four Seasons will also give you a local guide to the area's best yoga, Barre and Pilates studios. 2. In-Room Amenities: Rooms are stocked with a...

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Free And Cheap London Events: 28 July-3 August 2014

Sunday, 27 July 2014, 6:02 | London Travel | 0 Comment
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Interesting and unusual things to do for a fiver or less this week. For more ideas have a look at our Free & Cheap page. Science Museum Late this week is all about Brazil. Details below All Week ART: Take a look at our July art events listings and find art openings happening this month. You should find the perfect fit to your creative side among painting, photography, drawing and more. Lots of free ones as well. BRIDGE EXHIBITION: Museum of London Docklands’s largest ever art...

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Aschheim Dornach: Funky Friday: Inside Munich Neue Messe is Not Kind to Lefties

Saturday, 26 July 2014, 18:55 | Hotel Review | 0 Comment
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Eeny meeny miny moe, tell us where’s a lefty to go? Welcome to Funky Friday, a new segment we’re trying out which features one photo that we think singularly expresses a hotel’s inner psyche. We look for, and often find, a lot of wacky, wild and wondrous designs that seem to have one thing in common: a Type A personality. So why not have a bit of fun as we all wrap up our week by taking a quick look at some hotels that quite frankly, want our attention. Occasionally, an individual piece...

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Unfinished London: The Future Of London’s Airports

Saturday, 26 July 2014, 18:54 | London Travel | 0 Comment
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We were pleased as punch when Jay Foreman produced a new installment of his Unfinished London series back in May — so excited we went and spoke to him about it, in fact. That installment was all about London’s airports and now we have Part Two, which looks at the city’s aviation future: should we expand Heathrow? Build Boris Island? Something else? This is the most succinct (and amusing) description of the issues we’ve seen to date. Plus dodgy green screen. Enjoy. See...

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Check-Out Folio: Mad for Maui, Mad about Fake Free WiFi and Mad at Bad Hotel Spas

Saturday, 26 July 2014, 7:36 | Hotel Review | 0 Comment
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It's our weekly wrap-up, Check-Out Folio where we round up the best (Credits in folio-speak) and worst (Charges) hotel news of the week. Got a scoop? Or just want to share a recent hotel story? Tell us all about it! CREDITS · MUST-STAY HOTELS FOR WAILEA, MAUI · THE BEST ROOM TO BOOK AT HOTEL ERWIN IN VENICE, CALIF. · HOW TO ENJOY YOUR HISTORIC HOTEL STAY ALSO: MIAMI BEACH EDITION IS LOOKING GOOD, SO FAR. CHARGES · FIVE-STAR HOTELS DON'T ALWAYS HAVE FIVE-STAR...

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Back To The Future Secret Cinema Cancelled Again

Saturday, 26 July 2014, 7:33 | London Travel | 0 Comment
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The DeLorean parked in Store Street last week. Image by M@. Update 8pm: Weekend shows of Back to the Future have also now been cancelled. Secret Cinema founder Fabien Riggall has told the BBC that the cancellations are caused by difficulties in meeting the ’technical requirements to satisfy local authorities’. At least now those with weekend tickets know where they stand, rather than spending the days watching out for updates. Original article For the third night in a row...

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