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Re: My Favorite Pile of Bricks: London's St Pancras

GarryRF ·
A magnificent display of architecture ! The likes of these buildings will never be built again. So we need to treasure these reminders of our history.
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Re: My Favorite Pile of Bricks: London's St Pancras

PortMoresby ·
Well, what the heck, P., no pictures inside your room? How disappointing!
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Re: My Favorite Pile of Bricks: London's St Pancras

PHeymont ·
We didn't stay there...too rich for our blood. But I will post a picture later of what came with our afternoon tea there.
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Re: My Favorite Pile of Bricks: London's St Pancras

PHeymont ·
Afternoon tea at the Gilbert Scott restaurant in the St Pancras Hotel...
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Re: My Favorite Pile of Bricks: London's St Pancras

GarryRF ·
That had to be a selection for 4 people ! You didn't finish it I hope. Afternoon Tea is quite a calming experience. I think you should do a version in New York !
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Re: My Favorite Pile of Bricks: London's St Pancras

PHeymont ·
No, that was for two. With some guilt, I admit that we finished it, and were served some extra scones as well. A luxurious afternoon, immediately preceded by a walking tour of Marx’s London, and followed by a long walk after to pay for the calories.
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Re: My Favorite Pile of Bricks: London's St Pancras

GarryRF ·
That Karl Marx gets more than his share of criticism. Very interesting read though. Did you know he fought to get a 12 month guarantee when you bought something new. Quite a novel idea at the time. Another Marxist ideology.
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Re: World War II Pill Boxes, Embleton Bay, Northumberland.

DrFumblefinger ·
I find these little structures to be fascinating. Thanks for sharing these, Ian!
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Re: World War II Pill Boxes, Embleton Bay, Northumberland.

PortMoresby ·
I see Airbnb in their futures!
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Re: Visiting the Red Fort, Agra

Marilyn Jones ·
I love following your India travels...brings back wonderful memories of my own trip to India in 2014!
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Re: Visiting the Red Fort, Agra

DrFumblefinger ·
Thanks, Marilyn! It's an amazing destination, although not always smooth going, as you know.
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Re: Red Squirrels

Marilyn Jones ·
Absolutely amazing photography...you are so talented!!!
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Re: Red Squirrels

Travel Luver ·
Amazing photography! I love squirrels, and these are adorable.
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PHeymont ·
I don't love squirrels (from a family that calls them furry rats), but these certainly ARE adorable...
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seesaw ·
Great photos! And who knew they could swim?? That would be pretty cool to see!
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Re: Red Squirrels

GarryRF ·
Unfortunately this little fellow likes to nibble away at the wiring in houses. If he finds a way into basements he can cause untold damage. He will travel through the trees and hedges attacking nests. He loves to find a garden where people will leave nuts and seeds for the over wintering birds. Very clever chap. He will soon find a way in past the "Anti Squirrel" device straight to the Bird Feeder.
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Re: Anheuser Busch Brewery Lights in St. Louis, Missouri

Marilyn Jones ·
Oh so festive!! Photos are so beautiful!
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Re: Anheuser Busch Brewery Lights in St. Louis, Missouri

GarryRF ·
Looks like a wonderful setting to enjoy the Christmas Holidays. But to get into the European style of celebrating you should extend your Christmas through to New Year and enjoy 10 days of goodwill to all men !
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Re: Anheuser Busch Brewery Lights in St. Louis, Missouri

DrFumblefinger ·
It does look like a lot of fun!
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Re: Anheuser Busch Brewery Lights in St. Louis, Missouri

Samantha ·
Thanks Marilyn. I appreciate that, especially coming from you Have a great weekend.
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Re: Anheuser Busch Brewery Lights in St. Louis, Missouri

Samantha ·
I like that idea Garry. I think I will take those ten days and spend them in Hawaii
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Re: Anheuser Busch Brewery Lights in St. Louis, Missouri

Samantha ·
Hi DrFumblefinger, it was a great time. A little cold, but the fire and the beer kept us warm, lol. Hope to get to do it again sometime in the future. Thanks for the comment.
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Re: Money Saving Tips, for your Big Trip – Part 3

GarryRF ·
We've been replacing CFL (Compact Fluorescent Lighting) with new LED (Light Emitting Diode) type bulbs for over a year. They have multiple shapes to suit your needs. They use less than half the electricity of a CFL and last longer too. They have the added advantage of achieving full light in <0.5 seconds. Prices are dropping for all economy bulbs.
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Re: Money Saving Tips, for your Big Trip – Part 3

DrFumblefinger ·
A nice conclusion to an interesting and helpful series, Samantha. Thanks! Some people fund their travels by living very simply on the road -- keeping expenses to a few bucks a day. That might work for them, but I travel to experience a place. And that means admissions to attractions, eating good quality meals, staying at a decent hotel etc. I'm old enough that an element of comfort and civilization are important to me. I'd rather live simply at home than on the road, and these tips provide...
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Re: Money Saving Tips, for your Big Trip – Part 3

Travel Rob ·
Some more great tips Samantha! For people with jobs that offer overtime, I've always found that is a great way to save up money quickly. It's easier to stay motivated working extra when you know the extra amount on your check funds your travel.
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Re: Money Saving Tips, for your Big Trip – Part 3

Samantha ·
Glad to see that you guys enjoyed the series. It was an interesting and eye opening post. Since I wrote this, we even cut cable and are using OTA and Netflix. Saving us about $100 a month. Not much, but it's a $100 closer to living my freedom lifestyle I am working toward. Thanks again for the comments. Have a great weekend.
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Re: Money Saving Tips, for your Big Trip – Part 3

PHeymont ·
Haven't gotten to cord cutter status yet, but you did inspire me to caLloyd them up and hack away at the bill...vut about 60 a month with very little pain. Thanks!
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Riesling in the making

PHeymont ·
Riesling in the making
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Karl-Marx-Hof, Vienna

PHeymont ·
Karl-Marx-Hof, Vienna
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On the way to wine...

PHeymont ·
On the way to wine...
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Sedona AZ-Red Rocks rise above townscape

PHeymont ·
Sedona AZ-Red Rocks rise above townscape
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Diwan-i-Aam, Red Fort, Old Delhi

DrFumblefinger ·
Diwan-i-Aam, Red Fort, Old Delhi
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Red Fort, Old Delhi

DrFumblefinger ·
Red Fort, Old Delhi
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Diwan-i-Khas, Red Fort, Old Delhi

DrFumblefinger ·
Diwan-i-Khas, Red Fort, Old Delhi
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Visiting the Red Fort, Agra

DrFumblefinger ·
Visiting the Red Fort, Agra
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Red Fort, Agra

DrFumblefinger ·
Red Fort, Agra
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Red Rock Coulee Nature Area, Alberta

DrFumblefinger ·
DrFumblefinger visits the seldom visited but interesting rock formations of Red Rock Coulee in southeastern Alberta.
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George G. ·
I've always been fascinated by geological rock formations ever since I signed up for a college course in Geology that was my final course allowing me to graduate before being drafted in the US Army.
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Chuck the Channel Catfish, Selkirk

DrFumblefinger ·
DrFumblefinger spotted this gigantic catfish in the town of Selkirk, situated on the Red River.
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Two Cultural Icons

Jonathan L ·
Jonathan L takes a short trip to New Jersey, and finds two cultural icons, well, at least iconic to him.
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Meena Bazar, Delhi

DrFumblefinger ·
DrFumblefinger visits the Meena Bazar in Old Delhi. Historically a market for women of the Mughal's Royal Harem, the market today sprawls through a maze of streets.
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