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▪Main voice actor: Ben Whishaw
▪Director: Paul King
▪Genres: Adventure, comedy, family
▪Writer: Paul King
▪Running time: 95 minutes
▪Year of release: 2014
▪Budget: $65 million
▪Box office: $268 million
▪My own rating: 6.8/10
In the deep jungles of darkest Peru, British geographer Montgomery Clyde happens upon a previously unknown species of bear. He is about to shoot it to take back a specimen to the United Kingdom when another bear playfully takes his gun away. He learns that this family of bears is intelligent and can learn English, and that they have a deep appetite for marmalade. He names them Lucy and Pastuzo. As he departs, he throws his hat to Pastuzo and tells the bears that they are always welcome should they wish to go to London. Several years later, the two bears are living in harmony with their nephew when an earthquake strikes their home, forcing them to seek shelter underground. After being trapped by a falling tree, Uncle Pastuzo is unable to reach the shelter in time and dies from his injuries. The next morning, Uncle Pastuzo's hat is found by his nephew. Aunt Lucy encourages her nephew to go and find solace in London, and stows him away on a cargo ship, after which she says she will move into the Home for Retired Bears.
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- [ #ad] The other week I hopped on the train at London Paddington Station and spent the day in Bath. I often forget how easy it is to visit English cities by train, so much quicker than if I drive, and the bonus is not getting stuck in a traffic jam. @gwruk runs regular trains to Bath during the week and on weekends in as little as 1 hour 24 minutes. To put it into perspective, it usually takes me well over 2 and a half hours to drive there, and the train is better for the environment too!
I would recommend to any visitor to London that they utilise the rail system and take the opportunity to see more than just the capital. There is so much to see in Bath but the train station is in the centre of the city and you can explore the city on foot, making it a really easy day trip, much easier than I thought. The pricing system can be confusing for visitors, but if you travel during off-peak (less busy) times, after 9:30am, not only are the trains much less busy, the price is cheaper too. @gwruk has its own app, so you can buy tickets before you get to the train station, this means you can look through train times and prices to pick the best option for you, without the added pressure of doing it at the train station with a queue forming behind you...
Big thanks to @kellyprincewright for travelling with me (and snapping this photo) and big thanks to Great Western Railway for having us and making it so easy to travel! We took the Intercity Express train which have been brought out as part of a huge upgrade on the line. The trains are super smooth, much more quiet, more spacious and faster! I think the Queen would agree too seeing as she took a ride on one (and got to name the train after herself!)
- We took Little Londonist on a trip to Paddington. Proof that sometimes you SHOULD meet your heroes.
- Quando você está determinado a fazer algo, a critica negativa se torna um fator de motivação.
- On October 16th 2017, William, Catherine and Harry visited Paddington Station. Catherine had been so ill she was not expected to attend the Charities Forum event but felt well enough to take part in the event. The Forum is the umbrella organization for all of William, Kate and Harry’s patronages. The three royals joined actor Hugh Bonneville and other members of the cast of Paddington 2 at the station, where they met 130 children from around a dozen of the 30 organisations supported by their royal charities forum. They spent 45 minutes chatting to the children on board the Belmond British Pullman steam train, the sister train to the Venice Simplon-Orient-Express, before waving the children off as they set off on a journey into the English countryside.
Catherine had a long chat with Esther Windsor and her daughter Lilly, 10, from the Anna Freud Centre in north London. She discussed her shared love of art with Lilly. “So you’re creative. It’s great fun, isn’t it?” A woman from Child Bereavement UK asked if Catherine was there, William said: “Yes, she’s in another carriage. She is feeling much better.” The event was organised by BAFTA on board the Belmond British Pullman train. Kate and William and Harry also met children and the charities they support. The Charities Forum meets biannually, and organisations take turns to host the group. The charities then update their Royal Highnesses on their projects and activities. Catherine even danced with Paddington Bear, the beloved children’s book character.
Kate wore the a light pink dress with appliquéd flowers, black trim at the neck and a black bow belt by Orla Kiely. She accessorised with the black suede pumps by Tod’s, her black suede Bayswater clutch by Mulberry, her Kiki McDonough pink morganite drops and her Cartier Ballon de Bleu wristwatch.
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