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  The Chatter Box : Blathering On
  
  
  
 
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Re: Game: Where in the World is Michael Palin? by peripatetically on 9 September 2011 6:32pm
 
Wheeeeeee, I KNEW it! I've been down there and visited hemingway's huse. Too many cats for my liking too. lol. Have you been to Key West, Loretto?
 
Re: Game: Where in the World is Michael Palin? by Loretto on 9 September 2011 8:45pm
 
No we haven't but we might end up going there for Christmas!!! I hate cats too! I am sorry cat lovers but I grew up on a farm. Cats lived outside and ate mice and rats. Yeuch. They definitely weren't pets!

Oh God! The hair on the back of my neck is standing up, I can't even bare to think about them. Deffo not going to visit Hemingway's house because of the freaking cats!!! Bummer Dude!
 
Re: Game: Where in the World is Michael Palin? by Loretto on 16 September 2011 11:29pm
 
Round # 77 WitwiMP?

http://youtu.be/xHZpmGBX_U0
 
Re: Game: Where in the World is Michael Palin? by peripatetically on 17 September 2011 12:09am
 
Le Havre
 
Re: Game: Where in the World is Michael Palin? by Ken Dunn on 17 September 2011 8:44am
 
I fancy Rotterdam for a guess.
 
Re: Game: Where in the World is Michael Palin? by Ken Dunn on 17 September 2011 8:45am
 
Perhaps Marseille
 
Re: Game: Where in the World is Michael Palin? by Loretto on 17 September 2011 1:52pm
 
Le Harve is Correct Patti! Well done. Nice try though Ken.

I'll solve this one so you can use the same tactics for the next one...
1. (In French) Use Google Translate to help. It means "Historically known as the Port of Grace."
2. It was once titled Franciscopilis after the French King and also named after a journalist Jean-Paul Marat, a martyr of the French Revolution.
3. UNESCO declared the city center of Le Havre a World Heritage Site on 15 July 2005, in honoring the "innovative utilization of concrete's potential."
4.Being in Le Harve reminded Palin of a Jane Russell film, The French Line.
5. The Seine is named after a Celtic goddess Sequana and Paris is named after the Parisii, a Celtic tribe.
6. The origin of the name 'London' according to Richard Coates is from the pre-Celtic Old European "Lowonida," meaning 'river too wide to ford.'
 
Re: Game: Where in the World is Michael Palin? by Loretto on 23 September 2011 1:22pm
 
Round # 78 WitwiMP?
http://youtu.be/TSHo6QMIETI

Goodluck y'all!
 
Re: Game: Where in the World is Michael Palin? by peripatetically on 23 September 2011 2:15pm
 
Sado Island
 
Re: Game: Where in the World is Michael Palin? by Loretto on 23 September 2011 2:21pm
 
Holy Toledo! How did you get that so fast? Well done!!!
 
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