Brexit y el futuro de España II

Aquí iba la primera entrega… Votad, por favor, votad. ¿Y qué nos encontramos? Que la gente vota menos y que vota “mal”. Aunque evidentemente es democrático, los resultados en ambas votaciones no tienen sentido después de las campañas y exposición de los políticos a la opinión pública. Parecen incoherentes. Pero es democrático. Quizá tendremos que esperar cuatro años más para que la población que realmente sufre … Continue reading Brexit y el futuro de España II

Crystal Palace dinosaurs

If you haven’t got a plan for the weekend and London doesn’t sound so far, head to Crystal Palace Park in Bromley. If you can’t, keep reading. You might find this interesting.

FYI, you won’t find any palace. We felt very ignorant, when we were told by a random dog walker that the palace got burn years ago.

So, read about it first. The Crystal Palace was built in Hyde Park for the Great Exhibition in 1851. After the exhibition, the building was rebuilt in an enlarged form in it’s current location. It stood there from 1854 until its destruction by fire in 1936. ( At least it gives name to a football team…)

But you can still pay a visit to some lovely dinosaurs. Far from the fancy exhibition (and the neverending queue) at the National History Museum, these dinosaur sculptures from 1854 will give you good idea of what science was like more than a century ago.

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