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Devinder Patel
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Premium Author Devinder Patel

London, UK

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Memorable Quotes:

Margaret Thatcher: "You may have to fight a battle many times before you can win it ".

Brief biography:

Devinder Patel - aged 40 years old and General Manager of Millennium which is a transport group of companies based in London since 1988.


ARTICLES BY DEVINDER PATEL


Florida's wildlife is fun to watch and there is white tailed deer, barred owls, racoons, alligators and diamondback rattle snakes amongst many others. A vast variety of trees can be found at Rock Spri...
Grand Canyon is a place which every visitor to Arizona must see. It is 1 mile deep and 277 miles long valley. Mostly visitors choose the South Rim to explore this Natural World Wonder. Grand Canyon Ra...
California today is considered by many to be one the best and richest states in the USA. The first inhabitants of California developed a good way of living in the Mountains and also in the Eastern Sea...
Blanchard Springs Caverns in Arkansas is one of the top 10 best in North America and is the only Cave System operated and maintained by the Government. It's open the year around and offers two tours t...
The first Europeans to land in Colorado were the Spanish. In 1540-41 Coronado led an expedition to North America in search of the seven cities of Cibola, "where the streets were carved out of Gold" an...
The highest peak in Alabama State is on Cheaha Mountain and on its peak is Cheaha State Park exhibiting stunning scenery the year around. You can see a spectacular Sunset while enjoying your drinks fr...
in 1802 the Russian settlement in Alaska was broken by the local Indians and they captured the Russians and then Russia sent forces to rescue them. Battles continued between the two until 1806 when mo...
The Wales Coastline is a beautiful landscape that stretches 170 miles from North to South and 60 miles from East to West and is of course on the West of Great Britain surrounded on three sides by the ...
If you want to go see 14th century England then you must visit Canterbury in Kent. Travel to St Becket's shrine in Canterbury and then hear the tales of chivalry, romance and horror from the colourful...
For the first time visitor to Hertfordshire another thing not to be missed is a visit to Hatfield house. This Jacobean house was the home of the Marquess of Salisbury and was built in 1611. It contai...
Leeds castle in Kent has a history spanning 900 years and is set on two islands on the River Len - it was home to Royalty, Lords and Ladies. The Saxon Lord of the Manor - Esledes Robert de Creve Coeur...
The Romans kept continually pushing back their Celtic attackers in Britain from two sides (the North and West) but then in 410 AD Emperor Constantine removed his Roman Army in Britain altogether in or...
From 1370 to 1413 many revolutions took place in Britain (not yet "Great") at this time and ultimately the House of Lancaster grabbed the English Throne. The losses in France started a series of blood...
Buckinghamshire is England's loveliest inland county. There are a number of historical houses in Buckinghamshire, like Ascott House, Bletchley Park, National Trust, Stowe House and Waddesdon House. Ma...
Berkshire's main attraction is Windsor Castle, one of the three official residences of Her Majesty The Queen. It is the only castle in the world that has been a continual sovereign residence for over...








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