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I n a business known for its exploitation of women, Tina Turner has managed, for over twenty years, to retain not only the adoration of her fans but the admiration of her peer group, male and female. She is nothing if not a survivor.

This year looks like another good one for Turner. Her autobiography, I, Tina, has hit the bookstores, timed to the release of a new album, Break Every Rule . The title is an apt one for Turner. At forty-six, she has the beauty of a woman years younger – particularly offstage, where a certain graciousness considerably softens her stage image. For her interview in her suite at Morgans hotel in New York, Turner's famous legs were well hidden in baggy black silk pants and an overblouse. At her throat was a single strand of pearls, which she fingered, at times, like worry beads.

Turner is clearly at a pivotal time in her life. With the publication of I, Tina, she hopes to lay to rest the curiosity about her years as a battered wife. She escaped professionally victorious and personally enlightened. If there is one quality that marks Turner, it is her extraordinary freedom from bitterness. Although she says she is still struggling for respect, the fact of the matter is she already has it.

The Wishing Well is just a short ten minute walk from the bus station that services Trans-Bridge with it's service to New York and Philadelphia. You'll find that the house and the property have a lot of character.  There are six guest-rooms, two fireplaces, random width wooden floors, ceiling beams, antique furniture, a cozy dining area, and the original stone walls.

Whether you're looking for a romantic hideaway, or a  comfortable home to use for a sight-seeing tour of the beautiful Bucks County countryside, or on a business trip, look no further.

A main attraction of the Wishing Well is the back acre of unspoiled woods that ends at Ingham creek, one of the county's oldest country creeks. As you walk down our "stairway to heaven" into the valley you are instantly transported into the solitude of nature at it's scenic best. Join our back yard companions: The cardinals, bluejays, rabbits and deer who call our back acre their home.

This is a fantastic, fully refurbished property in an ideal location of Hyde Park with modern furniture throughout. A great option for three students who…

We Are very excited to present to you The Grid, a brand new development which is just by the business School off Moorland Road.…

This property is absolutely fantastic! Situated only a short walk down to Hyde Park corner, not far at all from uni. The décor and…

Yes! Who could miss a wish? Let us know if you do and come for a cup of tea..but a bit of a walk up a very long long laneX

This is a fantastic, fully refurbished property in an ideal location of Hyde Park with modern furniture throughout. A great option for three students who…

We Are very excited to present to you The Grid, a brand new development which is just by the business School off Moorland Road.…

This property is absolutely fantastic! Situated only a short walk down to Hyde Park corner, not far at all from uni. The décor and…

Yes! Who could miss a wish? Let us know if you do and come for a cup of tea..but a bit of a walk up a very long long laneX

I n a business known for its exploitation of women, Tina Turner has managed, for over twenty years, to retain not only the adoration of her fans but the admiration of her peer group, male and female. She is nothing if not a survivor.

This year looks like another good one for Turner. Her autobiography, I, Tina, has hit the bookstores, timed to the release of a new album, Break Every Rule . The title is an apt one for Turner. At forty-six, she has the beauty of a woman years younger – particularly offstage, where a certain graciousness considerably softens her stage image. For her interview in her suite at Morgans hotel in New York, Turner's famous legs were well hidden in baggy black silk pants and an overblouse. At her throat was a single strand of pearls, which she fingered, at times, like worry beads.

Turner is clearly at a pivotal time in her life. With the publication of I, Tina, she hopes to lay to rest the curiosity about her years as a battered wife. She escaped professionally victorious and personally enlightened. If there is one quality that marks Turner, it is her extraordinary freedom from bitterness. Although she says she is still struggling for respect, the fact of the matter is she already has it.

This is a fantastic, fully refurbished property in an ideal location of Hyde Park with modern furniture throughout. A great option for three students who…

We Are very excited to present to you The Grid, a brand new development which is just by the business School off Moorland Road.…

This property is absolutely fantastic! Situated only a short walk down to Hyde Park corner, not far at all from uni. The décor and…

Yes! Who could miss a wish? Let us know if you do and come for a cup of tea..but a bit of a walk up a very long long laneX

I n a business known for its exploitation of women, Tina Turner has managed, for over twenty years, to retain not only the adoration of her fans but the admiration of her peer group, male and female. She is nothing if not a survivor.

This year looks like another good one for Turner. Her autobiography, I, Tina, has hit the bookstores, timed to the release of a new album, Break Every Rule . The title is an apt one for Turner. At forty-six, she has the beauty of a woman years younger – particularly offstage, where a certain graciousness considerably softens her stage image. For her interview in her suite at Morgans hotel in New York, Turner's famous legs were well hidden in baggy black silk pants and an overblouse. At her throat was a single strand of pearls, which she fingered, at times, like worry beads.

Turner is clearly at a pivotal time in her life. With the publication of I, Tina, she hopes to lay to rest the curiosity about her years as a battered wife. She escaped professionally victorious and personally enlightened. If there is one quality that marks Turner, it is her extraordinary freedom from bitterness. Although she says she is still struggling for respect, the fact of the matter is she already has it.

The Wishing Well is just a short ten minute walk from the bus station that services Trans-Bridge with it's service to New York and Philadelphia. You'll find that the house and the property have a lot of character.  There are six guest-rooms, two fireplaces, random width wooden floors, ceiling beams, antique furniture, a cozy dining area, and the original stone walls.

Whether you're looking for a romantic hideaway, or a  comfortable home to use for a sight-seeing tour of the beautiful Bucks County countryside, or on a business trip, look no further.

A main attraction of the Wishing Well is the back acre of unspoiled woods that ends at Ingham creek, one of the county's oldest country creeks. As you walk down our "stairway to heaven" into the valley you are instantly transported into the solitude of nature at it's scenic best. Join our back yard companions: The cardinals, bluejays, rabbits and deer who call our back acre their home.

Isidor Feinstein Stone (December 24, 1907 – June 18, 1989), better known as I. F. Stone , was a politically radical American investigative journalist and writer. [1] [2]

He is best remembered for the newsletter, I. F. Stone's Weekly (1953–71), which was ranked in 16th place among "The Top 100 Works of Journalism in the United States in the 20th Century" by New York University 's journalism department in 1999, and in second place among print journalism publications. [3]

Stone was born in Philadelphia, to Jewish Russian immigrants who owned a shop in Haddonfield, New Jersey . The journalist and film critic Judy Stone was his sister. [5]

This is a fantastic, fully refurbished property in an ideal location of Hyde Park with modern furniture throughout. A great option for three students who…

We Are very excited to present to you The Grid, a brand new development which is just by the business School off Moorland Road.…

This property is absolutely fantastic! Situated only a short walk down to Hyde Park corner, not far at all from uni. The décor and…


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