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    • Malenkaz
      • hello Tamara Valdez
      • Username: Malenkaz
      • In response to: "What's the one thing you're never gonna give up?" My independence and persistence.
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    • London
      • I'm going to visit London, a city I've been dying to see for years. My boyfriend and I are going in May because airline tickets are like $1k cheaper than when we had originally planned to go in August. What I love so much about the U.K in general is that they take so much pride and care of their history. I can't wait to see the Parliament Building, Big Ben, Westminster Abbey, Bloomsbury Square, the British Museum, Kensington Palace, Buckingham Palace, the Tower, the Globe Theater, Hampton Court and so much more.

        There's a few day trips that I want to take outside of London if it won't cut into my budget too much. Otherwise the plan is to spend 10 nights in London and then 2 nights in the Lake District (Keswick, Cumbria specifically) and then spend 2 nights in Scotland to see Edinburgh Castle and Hollyrood Castle.

        I'm so stoked but our credit cards are going to be wayyy maxed out....it'll be worth it though!

      • answered by Malenkaz on 03/16/2013
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    • Alison Weir
      • Assuming that I was important enough to have a biography written about me....I would love it if Alison Weir were the author. And I know that she only focuses on historical biographies but maybe she would make an exception for me :)

        I'm a big fan of how she has found so much research on people who lived hundreds of years ago that I think it would be a cinch for her to pull up things on me. AND make it sound interesting in the process.

      • answered by Malenkaz on 03/16/2013
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    • Which city?
      • I'm going to see London this summer even if I go broke afterwards. I want to be consumed by the history on every corner and travel the gorgeous-looking countryside outside of it like Cambridge, Bath, Oxford, Keswick, and York. I think if the UK in general is everything I hope it will be, I might just want to stay there.

        My love of the UK blossomed due to my English Lit major but it definitely stemmed from learning about King Henry VIII from my high school teacher. Since then I've read both historical biographies and historical fictions on the monarchy before 1603. I'm trying to branch out to James and later but there's so many books to read and so little time :)

      • answered by Malenkaz on 02/25/2013
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    • Grab the Expensive Things
      • Assuming my pets and family have left the building, I would grab my cell phone, purse, Nook, boots and a jacket. I don't think insurance would cover all those and they are the hardest to replace. The jacket, boots and purse were as pricey as my Nook and iphone. I work hard for my money, what can I say.

      • answered by Malenkaz on 02/24/2013
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    • Grab the Expensive Things
      • Assuming my pets and family have left the building, I would grab my cell phone, purse, Nook, boots and a jacket. I don't think insurance would cover all those and they are the hardest to replace. The jacket, boots and purse were as pricey as my Nook and iphone. I work hard for my money, what can I say.

      • answered by Malenkaz on 02/24/2013
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