February has come round again and slowly we’re beginning to see the longer days, and we’re certain that spring is finally on its way. With this in mind, some of you may be preparing for a winter vacation, a skiing holiday perhaps. A winter skiing holiday is always popular at this time of year, especially between January and March. It’s a great way of relaxing and getting some exercise, and then sitting in front of a log fire in your cabin drinking some mulled wine, Irish coffee or some hot buttered rum. It certainly beats sitting out the grey winter evenings here.
Skiing – once it was a way of getting around, now it’s simply a great way of
In one of our blogs this month, we talk about skiing and its development from
utilitarian method of getting stuff done in the snow, to the giant ski resort
destination for millions of Britons, whether it’s Italy you’re headed for or one
of Canada’s famous resorts. Skiing has come a long way from farming and
hunting to the Olympic sport it is today, but you don’t have to be an Olympian
to take part, you can be a complete novice and still have time a great time on
Give your loved one a gift that will last forever!
We’ve also taken a look at Valentine’s Day and the inception of the first
Valentine cards, and how they developed from simple love poems and letters
to the million-dollar industry it is today. Valentine’s Day always seems to come
around very quickly and you’re always left wondering what to buy, it can be a
nightmare finding the right gift. Why not take a look online at our website
www.antiques.co.uk where you’ll find all sorts of fantastic gift ideas that are
both original and incredibly authentic.
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In which decade did the Surgeon General warn about the dangers of smoking, putting an end to cigarettes on Valentine’s cards?
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