Monthly Archives: March 2011

What NOT to Buy Your Mum for Christmas

For so many, the arrival of autumn doesn’t mean warm days and cool nights or carving pumpkins or sipping apple cider by the fire. Not even close. Instead, the arrival of autumn means that there are fewer than 100 days … Continue reading

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Why oh why, we love to fly

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People love flying. We watch birds, fly kites, marvel at the bravery of the parachute jumper and hang glider, tourist travel into outer space and spend over $20 billion per year at amusement parks world wide. Continue reading

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The Tiger Moth: Training Britain’s Pilots for World War II

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The de Havilland Tiger Moth is a 1930’s era biplane that was primarily used to train pilots in the British Royal Air Force for aerial battle in World War II. Continue reading

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Seven Creative Day Outings for Unconventional Couples

Maybe you’re not the typical dinner-and-a-movie couple. Maybe you prefer something a bit more exciting, or you need to bring some unpredictability to your relationship. Or maybe you’re looking for an absolutely unforgettable anniversary idea. Whatever the reason, you want … Continue reading

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Seven Things to Look For When Choosing a Health Spa

We all need a little pampering. Whether you’re interested in taking a week to indulge in luxurious spa treatments, scheduling a Spa Day for yourself and a group of friends, or just want a place to go for a quick … Continue reading

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The Orient Express and More: Europe’s Most Famous Trains

When it comes to a good story, air travel can’t beat the train. Passenger trains have played a leading role in drama both real and fictional for a long time. You’re sure to have a thirst for train travel after … Continue reading

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The History of the Ferrari

You always know a Ferrari when you see one. These Italian sports cars are among the most desired cars on the market today, and they’re one of the most coveted symbols of wealth and status in the world. Anyone who … Continue reading

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The History of Greyhound Racing

Greyhounds are unique. While most dogs depend on their acute sense of smell, greyhounds do not have particularly sensitive noses. Instead, they tend to chase when they see movement. They have excellent eyesight, and can reach speeds of seventy kilometers … Continue reading

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10 Tips for Giving Her an Unforgettable Valentine’s Day

It’s Valentine’s Day – and you’re looking to make this one special for your wife or girlfriend. Valentine’s Day is often not a difficult holiday for guys. Most women love chocolates, flowers, and dinner at a nice restaurant. But if … Continue reading

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The Chieftain: Britain’s Main Battle Tank

During the 1960’s and 70’s, the FV 4201 Chieftain was Britain’s flagship battle tank. Its heavy artillery, strong armor, and other design innovations made it one of the most powerful tanks of its time. During the Second World War, Britain’s … Continue reading

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