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Librarianist, webberton and internetizer.

Final Review: Photo Book

Made with HP Snapfish Final Review: Photo Book, posted with vodpod

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Favorite Photos

I’m back in the US now, so this is going to be my second to last post, with only my Photobook to follow later today. I’ve actually posted most of my favorite photographs already, so I figure I would use … Continue reading

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Leaving London

Today was our last day in London, as such, this will most likely be my second-to-last post on this blog. It’s been tiring but also wonderful, but I am ready to return home. As this is my last semester, after … Continue reading

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Pubs in the UK Multimedia Poster

Pubs in the UK Multimedia Poster, posted with vodpod References: Public house. (n.d.). In Wikipedia.  Retrieved from http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Public_house. British Beer and Pub Association (2007).  History of the pub. Retrieved from http://www.beerandpub.com/pub_history.aspx Rogers, Simon. (2010, April 12). Labour’s manifesto: where have all the pubs … Continue reading

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Hampton Court and yet more Tudor (and also Orange)

So today we went to tour the Hampton Court Palace and gardens, best known as the summer home and preferred residence of the infamous – and nearly unavoidable these last few weeks – King Henry VIII. It was originally built for … Continue reading

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Birds and Bees (but not like that)

Today we returned to one of the places I had visited in London most memorably when I visited with my family 7 years ago, namely Hyde Park and Kensington Gardens, home to the Princess Diana memorials (as well as her … Continue reading

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Weekending

So, while everyone else save Kalyca, Anne, and Theresa were still in Paris, I decided to take a relaxation weekend and chill out. Saturday was pretty quite aside from being an exercise in standing in queues, since earlier in the … Continue reading

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