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  • info@abodesuk.com.   Sutton Courtenay, about 2 miles south of Abingdon, where the author George Orwell (Eric Blair) is buried. 51.6669444-1.2827778
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  • end to the far north of the island. This track passes Barnhill, where George Orwell lived towards the end of his life and where he wrote his pessimistic
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  • Throughout time, writers have sought to describe the magic of Manchester: George Orwell called it "the belly and guts of the Nation"; Edward Abbott Parry "a
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  • associations with Balzac, Shakespeare, King Arthur, Brief Encounter, George Orwell, etc. Historically, the County of Lancashire has been strongly associated
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  • Fitzrovia, and was a popular drinking place for BBC broadcasters (including George Orwell) following the Second World War. A very friendly pub, with nice outdoor
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  • Wigan Pier, the wharf on the Leeds & Liverpool Canal, made famous by George Orwell, is located in the town and is now a major tourist attraction. Manchester
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  • people of that generation fought in the Spanish Civil War (including George Orwell, Earnest Hemingway and later German chancellor Willy Brandt) there is
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  • historical strolls (£6 per person / £5 concs) Charles Dickens and Islington, George Orwell's Islington, Islington Murder Mile also provides great detail on Joe
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  • espionage. If you want to get an idea for Stalin's rule: "1984" by George Orwell was in large part based on his disillusion with socialism after hearing
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  • floods, these buildings stood vertically over the water. ‘1984’ writer George Orwell was impressed by this fact when he visited Barbastro during the war
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  • several Western cultural personalities such as William S. Burroughs, George Orwell, Matisse and the rock band Rolling Stones have spent some time in Tangier
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  • joke ever etc...) Staff at the ticket booths sell pirated copies of George Orwell's Burmese Days for around USD5, though if you negotiate you can get
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  • questioned if you bring a book with Chairman Mao's portrait on it. George Orwell's books have apparently been seized at Chinese airports. Pornography:
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  • Dublin 6, ☎ +353 1 412 7040, fax: +353 1 497 0299.   Russia, 184-186 Orwell Road, Rathgar, Dublin 14, ☎ +353 1 1492 2048, fax: +353 1 1492 3525, e-mail:
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  • Jolly Swagman Backpackers Sydney Hostel (Backpackers Sydney Hostels), 27 Orwell St, Kings Cross, toll-free: 1800 805 870. Safe and clean accommodation with
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