In the US holidays of a week are common. Here the week or fortnight is more like the norm. In winter some seniors go away for a couple of months. But how do you fancy a year long holiday? All in the one place.
One of Sydney’s Sunday newspapers, The Sun-Herald, has reported today that a couple, Chris and Sally Allison, from the Sydney suburb of Mosman liked the place so much that they have booked accommodation for a whole year at a B&B in Rhyl in North Wales.
If you’re thinking of coming along to Kensington, Olympia for this show at any time over the next two days, then many parts of the UK will be showing off local food and drink.
On the One North East stand they will have Pan Haggerty Pies, Durham Brewery Beers and Northumberland Bog Myrtle Gin. Competing against the Irish and Scottish whiskies will be Coquet Black Rory Whisky. And still discussing whisky, there will be a few distilleries on the Visit Scotland stand with samples for you to try like Glengoyne. Staying with the alcoholic theme, the Discover Gosport & The Royal Navy Submarine Museum stand may still have rum to sample
On New Years day, Kew Gardens opened its gates and waived its entrance fees. Why?To begin the year long celebrations for its 250th birthday. In 1759 it opened its gates for the first time and some of the trees planted about that time still survive. Apparently some 26,000 of us visited Kew on that day. [...]
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