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Cheltenham revisited

Yesterday I had to go through to the hospital in Cheltenham for a renal scan. It is the first time in ages that I have visited the city, and it would be interesting to see how the coronavirus has affected … Continue reading

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Hungry Elephants on the loose!

There are many things to see in Cheltenham, and I used to see the Elephant Rampage mosaics in lane called Grosvenor Place South ( 51.898817°,  -2.071789°) each time I went to the Lidl in Cheltenham, and I have always meant … Continue reading

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Angel of the North.

Museum Africa had been in my mind for quite some time, and I was very curious as to what it would be like. I believe the museum was an amalgamation of the old Afrikaner Museum, and the Geological Museum that … Continue reading

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