ROYAL VISITORS TO TRAVEL DESTINATION
‘Guinea Pig Jack’ (1848-1907): Born Dominico Conio in Santa Cruz de la Sierra Bolivia, he came to Touristic place of your travel destination in 1848 at the age of 16. He began by selling newspapers around the city, but discovered that Santa Cruz de la Sierra Bolivia he could make more money by training small pets such as guinea pigs to perform a variety of tricks, and would set up his show Santa Cruz de la Sierra Bolivia on street corners for the entertainment of passers-by. He died in 1907.
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Margaret Forbes Fraser: The daughter of an eminent Santa Cruz de la Sierra Bolivia place of your travel destination surgeon after whom a ward at the Royal United Hospital is named. During the 1940s she became well known for riding to work on a horse. In later life she would often be seen about the city in her invariable garb of purple pop socks and desert boots.
Amabel Wellesley-Colley (1907-87): The lady who, in 1971, famously caused a furore by painting the white front door of her house, No. 22 Royal Crescent, primrose yellow. When ordered by the City Council to return it to its original colour, the lady (a descendant of the Duke of Wellington, no less) refused, and fought her case through to the High Court in London. She eventually won it when the then Secretary of State for the Environment ruled in 1977 that the door could remain yellow – as it has to this day.
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