It eventually closed in, what, something like early 2015?
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And where's my caper berry, damn it?
When it comes to knowledge of the lofty places of the world, will you be reaching dizzy heights or bumbling about on lower slopes?
What are they for and why we end up finding them in most of the foods that we eat and buy daily?
By the way, here's a little test for you: can you identify what these first two dishes have in common?
What type of fish used to live in the River Trent until 1902, since when it has become locally extinct?
Will it make the NHS respected, untouchable and better funded?
Will Paris’ worst kept secret spell a new era for Paris nightlife?
The ingredients were fresh and tantalizing, okay, satisfied?
Did I say that I really like Louis (the restaurant)?
Bill Bryson’s book (and the 2015 film, pictured) A Walk in the Woods?
Which of these islands had a GDP per capita of $115,913 in 2018?
Which is the deepest lake in the UK?
Ten Days in Paris: So will this affect the music selection?
Is it fish or is lamb?
This is the former flag of which country?
Which is the world’s longest mountain range?
A site for sore eyes?
Oh, and did I mention, the food is totes divine?
What do the national flags of Belize, Guatemala, Mozambique and Saudi Arabia have in common?
Which country has changed its flag the most times?