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Gulliver’s Valley Resort review: Have a wild time in a Western-themed lodge

Gulliver’s Valley theme park resort officially opened in July 2020 when England’s first national lockdown ended. In June 2021, a new Grand Prix-themed zone, called Gulliver’s Gears, was unveiled. It’s home to a new play area, the Grand Prix Racer rollercoaster, a “carfari” ride and traditional dodgem cars. Gulliver’s Gears backs onto the on-site farm which was expanded around the same time. There are themed lodges and hotel suites on site where you can stay overnight, with ambitious plans to expand these options soon.
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Poland Lost World War II

World War II began to defend Poland from foreign invaders. Millions of Poles perished as their nation was devastated during the war, yet it remained under foreign rule. Official history suggests that the United States and Britain had no choice but to cede Poland to the Soviets. This is false since the Germans were anxious for peace with the West and had offered to withdraw to 1914 German borders several times. A peace treaty could have been signed with Germany, which may have included the exile of Nazi leaders, perhaps after a military coup. A conditional surrender agreement was never pursued leaving Europe was much worse off after the war.
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Why Steven Spielberg Felt He Needed to Direct the ‘Jurassic Park’ Sequel

For as much as Steven Spielberg brings to each movie he makes, the filmmaker normally doesn’t have a problem stepping aside when it comes time for the sequel. 1975’s Jaws was Spielberg’s breakout hit and helped create the summer movie season. Yet, the director wasn’t involved at all in any of the sequels. So why did he stay on to direct a Jurassic Park sequel? Spielberg once set the record straight on his decision.
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Zelda: Skyward Sword HD Gratitude Crystal Guide And Locations

The linear narrative structure may not go anywhere, but after the Breath of the Wild team pulled out all the stops for that game's endlessly impressive, non-linear open world, being thrust back into a more straightforward journey could actually be a breath of fresh air, so to speak. Collider.comWill Zelda: Skyward Sword on Switch Be Worth It? 10:00 07/15/2021.
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Let us not forget Sonic the Hedgehog’s weird Zelda: Skyward Sword crossover

The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword HD came out Friday for Nintendo Switch, but personally, I can’t stop thinking about that one time Sonic the Hedgehog went to Hyrule. Sonic ventured to The Legend of Zelda Zone as part of downloadable content for Sonic: Lost World, a 3D Sonic game that was released on Wii U and Nintendo 3DS in 2013. The Zelda Zone was essentially a Sonic course that took inspiration from various Zelda games like Ocarina of Time and Skyward Sword. (Sonic also got to visit the Yoshi Zone in a separate bit of DLC for Lost World.)
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The Top 10 Road Trips in the US To Enjoy This Summer

There’s just something about road trips that make you feel alive. Packing up the car and hitting the road, rolling the windows down and letting the warm air in, cranking up the music as you watch the changing landscape, not to mention the excitement of not knowing exactly what’s going to happen along the way. Whether you’re looking for jaw-dropping scenery, historical routes, or a drive through the country’s music cities, there’s a U.S. road trip perfect for you.
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Looking for the owner of a lost World War I medallion

BLOOMSBURG, Pa. — A woman from Bloomsburg found a necklace she believes is from World War I and she would like to return it to its owner. Amanda Graham and her sons were recently at this swimming spot known as "Bloom Beach." While the boys were enjoying the water, Amanda saw something shiny on the ground.
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Man, That Climbing Looks Amazing. Sicily, Much More Than Pizza, Vino and Cement Shoes.

My trip to Sicily’s sport-climbing paradise, the fabled limestone of San Vito Lo Capo, started with a massive disappointment—a reminder to not fly too high until you could—nothing major and nothing to do with mother Sicily, since it happened in the Rome airport, but it was aggravating because I had to relearn a universal truth first debated at length by Plato and Aristotle in their 4th century B.C. philosophical Academy. Never expect great things from airport pizza.
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