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Articles about windsor

Travel & Places
by andrewagreen
8 years ago
What to do in Windsor

Windsor is best known for its close association with the royal family and Windsor Castle the oldest and largest castle in the world that is still lived in but there is plenty else to see making Windsor a major touist attraction.

Technology
by Economist
6 years ago
Windsor Design Workbench

This Windsor design workbench is pure quality, especially given its price (usually around the $200 mark). It offers you extensive storage for any projects you have on the go, with it measuring 60 inches in width as well as a range of 16 bench dog holes to ensure that...

Lifestyle
by bwt84
6 years ago
Manly Skills: How to Tie a Tie

Many of us men only pull out the tie on those special occasions where it's deemed a social faux pas to be dressed in anything less formal than a suit. Whether it's the occasional wedding, church service or your daily dress code, knowing how to look good in a tie can pay big dividends.

Travel & Places
by andrewagreen
8 years ago
Eton

Eton stands in the shadow of Windsor with its imposing royal castle but it is arguable that the village with its famous school has had a bigger effect on British history than its neighbour across the river.

Travel & Places
by andrewagreen
8 years ago
Windsor Jubilee Parade

Diamond Jubilee: Classical Celebration Amazon Price: $10.98 $3.26 Buy Now (price as of Apr 28, 2013) Credit: Andrew Green 2012 2,500 soldiers, sailors, airmen and marines from the Royal Navy, the Army and the Royal Air Force marched down Windsor's Long Walk into the Castle and down through Diamond Jubilee tribute to Queen...

History
by Fran5050
4 years ago
Fashioning a Reign: 90 Years of Style from the Queen's Wardrobe - Magnificent Exhibition at Buckingham Palace

  Magnificent exhibition a Buckingham Palace - Fashioning a Reign: 90 Years of Style from The Queen's Wardrobe - commemorates Her Majesty's 90th Birthday. //

Lifestyle
by Travis_Aitch
10 years ago
Best Kitchen Chairs for Cheap - Oak, Wooden, Antique, White

Kitchen chairs for sale are some of the most common types of furniture available, which makes them pretty easy to find in a wide range of stores. The only real hard part about shopping for them is spotting a set that's perfect for you at an affordable price. There are...

Travel & Places
by askformore
7 years ago
10 Super Cool Castles

Castles are a very romantic notion to many people. The fact that our ancestors used to live in and near castles thousands of years ago, and many of these castles are still standing is very amazing. It is really cool when we can actually visit a castle that used to be used to guard a Country and had real life royalty living there at one time. These are historical figures we read about in the history books from hundreds of years ago, and yet there home is still standing. 

Lifestyle
by egdcltd
8 years ago
America's Forgotten First Witch

Almost half a century before the Salem Witch Trials, the Colony of Connecticut executed the first person accused of witchcraft in America. This was a victim named Alse Younge about whom nearly nothing is known except her infamous place in history as a macabre footnote.

History
by Case1worker
8 years ago
What is the family relationship between Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Phillip?

Prince Philip may be married to Queen Elizabeth but they are related by birth through Queen Victoria

History
by Etcetera
8 years ago
Wild Australian Bushrangers

The word 'bushranger' has been used since the early 1800s to describe Australian high-way robbers, who were often absconding convicts. Bushrangers mostly roamed the Australian bush hiding from authorities and 'bailing up' travellers.Some were dangerous and a few became folk heroes.

Travel & Places
by Lostboy
8 years ago
Five Reasons to Visit Nova Scotia

With more coastline than anywhere else in Canada, Nova Scotia is a sightseers dream vacation.  Surrounded by sand and surf, this Maritime province welcomes tourists with a gentle ocean breeze and the unmistakable scent of salt air. If you’re heading east, here are five reasons to explore Canada’s ocean playground.

Lifestyle
by DebW07
9 years ago
Winter at The Hotel del Coronado

Winter at The Hotel del Coronado People don’t normally associate winter fun with a seaside resort, but the Hotel del Coronado in San Diego California has got the season covered (in ice). With their ‘Skating by the Sea’ attraction, visitors can ice skate on a temporary ice rink located on the oceanfront Windsor Lawn. Imagine being able to ice skate by the Pacific Ocean! In addition, you can feel good about ice skating at the Hotel del Coronado because a portion of the ice skating proceeds goes to benefit the Make-A-Wish Foundation® of San Diego. At night, you can ice skate and enjoy the site of the Hotel del Coronado illuminated in 100,000 lights! On Thursday evenings you can ‘Disco on Ice,’ with every person dressed in disco attire receiving free skate rentals. If you don’t feel like ice skating, you can enjoy a hot beverage while sitting next to one of the many fire pits and take-in the beauty of the hotel while you watch the skaters.[read the rest]

History
by Jeni
9 years ago
Visit Agecroft Hall: Richmond, Virginia

If you love English history, then you need to tour Agecroft Hall, in Richmond, Virginia. Take a couple of hours out of your day, and immerse yourself in 15th and 16th century England, at Agecroft Hall. Both the manor house and her gardens are lovely, and you'll be glad you made this time to pay a visit to this genteel estate, Agecroft Hall.

Lifestyle
by godfather25
9 years ago
Dining Chairs Under 100

Dining chairs can be pretty expensive, especially when you're purchasing top quality modern upholstered dining chairs that blend in with your home. So finding the right places to shop for beautifully design dining chairs will save you some money. There are some cheap dining chairs under a $100 dollars...

Travel & Places
by Dude88
9 years ago
Shakespeares Globe: Experience Shakespearean Poetry in Motion

The life and works of William Shakespeare did not pass away when he died. Up until today, his life and works still continue to inspire many people. And because this is so, visiting the Globe will surely allow people to have a virtual tour to the era when Shakespeare still lived.

Entertainment
by Johnny Hansen
8 years ago
Top Five Musicals, Ballets and Operas Based on Shakespearean Plays

You can’t better Shakespeare. It’s a testament to the quality of the Bard’s writing that almost all of his plays are still regularly performed today, 400 years after they were written. His legacy is a collection of timeless stories and sonnets, the consistent quality of which has rarely (if ever) been surpassed by a playwright or poet.

Lifestyle
by vetochemicals
9 years ago
Birth Flower for May: Find Birthday Gift Ideas for Someone Born in May

Lots of people give gifts for birthdays of birth stone but, the birth flower is a unique gift to give anyone that loves flowers and would love to learn more about their own for May! Who do you know that's having a special birthday this month that you can spoil?

Lifestyle
by edieness
11 years ago
History of The Christmas Tree

Many decorate a living or artificial tree in their homes once a year and we call it a Christmas tree. Christmas and Christmas trees, as we celebrate them today was not always the norm. At one point in history, the celebration of Christmas or the baking of mincemeat pies...

Technology
by JudyE
9 years ago
Swine Breeds Endemic to the United Kingdom - The Berkshire

The Berkshire pig was once known as the Black Pig. The excellent carcass quality of the Berkshire has always been known and envied. Soon after the establishment of the breed, several were sent to Okinawa (then known as the Kingdom of Ryukyu), providing the basis for a breed marketed under the trademark name of Kagoshima Kurobuta pig. The Berkshire is an attractive black with white points.

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