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We had booked a tour of the Parliament building in Vienna and the MP’s were kind enough to leave the building so we could go and have a good gawk at it.
It’s a very imposing building (I’m convinced I was Christopher Wren in a former life, I love gazing at architecture).
I just love that sign telling you where you will find missing children! There didn’t seem to be any around to claim though.
HISTORY (WELL KIND OF)
Now that Carlos of Aragon is dead, busy haunting the streets of Barcelona, his younger brother Ferdinand is heir to the throne. We can forget about all the girl children, because under Salic law women cannot ascend the throne in Aragon.
This is Ferdinand, but I couldn’t find a picture of him before he got a crown.
Isabella, still controlled by her mad mother spends most of her days praying…
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Hello all! I’ve done a lot of posts about movies and actors but I’ve yet to talk about books. Here’s my list (in no particular order) of favorite books.
1. Remember Me by Christopher Pike
I’ve read this book at least five times and I still want to read it. It’s suspenseful and fun and full of surprises.
2. The Tale of Desperaux by Kate DiCamillo
Sure, sure… It’s a children’s book but it’s one I’ll probably continue reading the rest of my life. The story is amazing and the characters are ones you just want to keep returning to. It’s the only book from my childhood that I’ll continue reading over and over. (The cartoon is adorable too!)
3. The Secret Circle by L.J Smith
It was a close tie between this series and Vampire Diaries. Secret Circle won due to the simple fact that it bothered me how…
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