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Pearson Home Moving in Lichfield


Pearson home moving in Lichfield. Lichfield is a small village in the Staffordshire. It very similar to walking around stratford upon Avon. The birthplace of William Shakespeare. There is a bit of history around there but it has got an impressive cathedral. On a nice summers day it is quite a impressive sight.

If you travel on a Sunday you will find more free parking spaces. and it tends to be a little bit quieter on a Sunday.

Also a good placer to eat is the Bowling green which is located in the middle of a roundabout which is fun to drive around because you cant find the entrance.

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Pearson Home Moving In Derby


Pearson has traveled to Derby. I didnt think that there was much in Derby but I was wrong. It a proper good uni city. There are plenty of bars and resturants. Loads of students doing there thing. Also there is a massive Westfield there so you can spend loads of money.

Pearson home moving would recommend that you be carful where you park your car. Because there is loads of traffic wardens. But the is a car park called ParkSafe. This is the Safest carpark in Europe.

 

Westfield London


Westfield London

OMG it is massive and the architectural is simply amazing. Also for a nice change there is a section within the Westfield that is called the Viliage.

It is you top store like DKNY, Tiffany, Calvin Klein also there was a champayne bar. OMG how the other half live.

British Museums


 

I went to the British Museums a few years ago and I really enjoyed it. The grand entrance is impressive. You can spend hours walking around looking at all the artifacts.

I is a must be place to visit if you travel to London.

 

Great Court at the British Museum


 

Great Court at the British Museum

 

London, UK, 1994-2012


The courtyard at the heart of the British Museum is the largest enclosed public space in Europe. Its glazed canopy is a fusion of state-of-the-art engineering and economy of form. A new kind of public space – a cultural plaza – the Great Court resonates beyond the confines of the Museum to provide a new civic amenity for London.

Pearsons wishes every one a Happy New Year


Happy 2012 !!!!!

Pearson Review: Covent Garden Part Three


 

Meanwhile, kids will surely make a beeline for the reindeer petting enclosure, complete with helpful elves, or settle down for a session of magical candlelit storytelling from the mistresses of monologue – actors Olivia Armstrong and Chloe Davis. There are also craft workshops for the little ones, taking in everything from Christmas decoration creation to making Christmas puppets and cakes.

 

All this is sound tracked by a selection of traditional choirs, including the City of London Choir and Putney Choral Society and the City Of London Choir who’ll be joining the dots between Christmas songs, classic ballads and more contemporary material. There’s also the return of ‘Super Busking’, which sees big name chart-topping artists turn up unannounced for a series of secret gigs on the Piazza over the festive season. It’s all in aid of our partner charity Crisis, the national charity for single homeless people, who welcome nearly 2000 guests in nine centres across London this Christmas.

 

It’s the Christmas you’ll remember, courtesy of Covent Garden