Tagged With "Royal"

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Nature in England: Snettisham Bird Reserve

Kirsten Hines ·
Kirsten Hines, a lover and documenter of nature, continues her journey of discovery in England with a stop at the Snettisham Royal Society for the Protection of Birds (RSPB) Reserve.
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Congratulations to Ian Cook!

DrFumblefinger ·
Ian Cook's evocative B&W photo of the Anderton Boat Lift has been accepted by the Royal Photographic Society for inclusion in an upcoming exhibition tour. Congratulations, Ian!
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December 26, 2019: Stockholm Concert Hall

DrFumblefinger ·
Stockholm's Royal Concert Hall is home to the Royal Stockholm Philaharmonic Orchestra, as well as the venue for the annual Nobel Prize Ceremony every December.
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Galeries Royales Saint-Hubert, Brussels

DrFumblefinger ·
DrFumblefinger shares a visit to the lovely Galeries Royales Saint-Hubert. Built in the mid-19th century, this bright cheery design was very innovative for its time.
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Palace State Rooms and Armoury, Valletta (Where Gumbo was #286)

DrFumblefinger ·
Gumbo was visiting one of the most popular attractions in Valletta, Malta, situated in the Royal Palace. These include some of the State Rooms and one of the world's best armouries.
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Luxury Train Trips are the Best Way to Explore India

Rajiv Varma ·
India is teeming with a plenitude of palaces, historical monuments, picturesque destinations and magnificent sites. The smooth flight connections make it hassle-free for the travelers to marvel all of them in less time. However, there are those wanderers who love the journey more than the destinations. If you too are a devotee of the scenes passing by in your journey, then manifold your experience by traveling in any of the luxury trains. Be it the Royal Rajasthan on Wheels or the Maharajas...
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9 Royal Couples and Their Favorite Honeymoon Destinations

Guest ·
Where do members of the British Royal Family like to travel on their honeymoon? Swara Segal shares some of the destinations and details (sponsored content)
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Re: Luxury Train Trips are the Best Way to Explore India

Trainman ·
Amazing Article! Thanks for sharing with us
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Re: January 6, 2017: Tyne Anew, Royal Quays Marina, England.

GarryRF ·
I had a look at Mark di Suvero's other artwork and have found that I'm not impressed with his output. Waste of a million Dollars in a deprived area. Liverpool Docks Cranes Heavy Industry in motion. 433 feet high. Living Art.
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Re: January 6, 2017: Tyne Anew, Royal Quays Marina, England.

GarryRF ·
I do love free art ! http://bit.ly/2iHuWnT
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Re: HMY Britannia.

PortMoresby ·
I enjoyed this peek into HMY Britannia very much, having only seen it from the outside when it wasn't open. The only jarring note is the unfortunate choice of upholstery fabric with the carpets (or vice versa) in the Queen's lounge. More Labour cost-cutting? Otherwise, what a lovely place to spend one's "holiday". Thanks, Ian!
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Re: High-speed WiFi spreading at sea, some free

Jonathan L ·
On a recent Norwegian cruise the charges for wifi were very high ($25/day), and people said that the speeds were awful. While these prices are "better" they would still stop me from using wifi on my cruise.
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Re: How a super-ship manages 12-hour turnaround

DrFumblefinger ·
Sometimes when I'm in Vancouver I head to Canada Place to watch the cruise ships coming and going. You actually get to see the belly of the ship being loaded. The dozens of palates of food that go on is amazing. Would you have thought a cruise ship would consume 3 massive containers of potatoes in a week? 2 of onions? Might even have been more, that's all I saw. It is truly a model of efficiency.
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Re: April 29, 2019: Reflections of Toronto

Travel Rob ·
Love the reflection of the other buildings! Sometimes it gives you clues on what to visit next trip. I shot one from a bus leaving Montreal that put some sights on my list.
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Royal Tyrell Museum, Drumheller

DrFumblefinger ·
Royal Tyrell Museum, Drumheller
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