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Polesden Lacey

Polesden Lacey is an Edwardian house, extensively remodeled from an earlier building in 1906 by Architects Charles Mew’s and Arthur Davis, who were also responsible for the Ritz Hotel in London, for Ronald and Margaret Greville. The name ‘Polesden’ is … Continue reading

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The Chinese Experience

The now ubiquitous Chinese restaurant, (outside of China of course!) began in the United States during the California gold rush. Brought about by an influx of twenty to thirty thousand immigrants across from the Canton or Guangdong region of China, … Continue reading

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Regional England : The Three W’s

Westmoreland, Wiltshire & Worcestershire, You may note that I have left out the directional Counties, e.g. West Sussex, West Yorkshire &tc. The reason for this is quite simple! I don’t like to work too hard! The regional taste and feel … Continue reading

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