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1 Chapter 11

2 11.2

3 Read all of page 311 in your text.

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5 Victorian to Flapper

6 Victorian Era

7 Notice the hairstyles.

8 Victorian Shoe Styles

9 Victorian Parlor (cluttered)

10 Read page 312

11 Aint we got fun.

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13 Labor Saving Devices This was how laundry used to be done before washing machines. A wringer washing machine.

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15 Queen Maud of Norway Maud Charlotte Mary Victoria of Wales (26 November 1869 – 20 November 1938) was Queen of Norway as spouse of King Haakon VII. She was the youngest daughter of Edward VII of the United Kingdom and Alexandra of Denmark.Queen of NorwayKing Haakon VIIEdward VII of the United KingdomAlexandra of Denmark

16 Victorian Era Small waists were achieved by wearing corsets.

17 She was proud of her 18 inch waistline.

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25 An evolution in style occurred. Hems rose, waistlines dropped and womens curves were hidden.

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34 Scopes Monkey Trial Scopes Monkey Trial Word for Word from the Bible or Darwins Theory of Evolution

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41 Steamboat Willie

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50 El Sobrino de Botín

51 Worlds Oldest Restaurant 1725

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55 Roast Suckling Pig One of their specialties.

56 Ernest Hemingway We have left Ernest Hemingway until last, in honour of the special link he had with Botín and its owners. In his travels to Spain, Hemingway often visited Botín and formed a firm friendship with Emilio González, father and grandfather of the current owners. By way of an anecdote, he was particularly keen on learning how to make paella, although his skills in the kitchen were somewhat less than his talent with the typewriter.

57 Panoramic Street View apartments.com/guide/botin/ apartments.com/guide/botin/

58 One of the dining rooms and a dish they serve.

59 The smallish restaurant is on three levels. We followed a white-coated waiter down ancient wooden steps to what I can only describe as the cellar. Brick and stone arched ceilings and walls seemed a bit claustrophobic at first, but the space actually ended up feeling quite cozy.

60 Sliced Jamon

61 sopa de ajo con huevo, a steaming bowl of onion soup with a barely cooked egg on top

62 sopa al cuarto de hora, a gorgeous fish soup brought to the table in its own silver tureen. Chock full of clams, lobster and cod

63 the ground floor was very bistro-y in feeling, with cordovan leather covering the walls

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66 Many of the clubs and restaurants here in Madrid are below ground...perhaps it's an attempt to keep cool on those hot summer nights

67 Roman Aqueduct Segovia, Spain

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72 It was built by the 11th Roman emperor Domitian during the first century A.D.

73 It provided water to Segovia until the mid 1800s.


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