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7-10 hours in the summer depending how fast of a car you have

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Did Ruth Mallory marry again after George Mallory died?

Yes, but she died of cancer not long after.

Who was King or Queen at the time of the American Revolution?

the king was King george the third and the queen must have been either queen charlotte or duchess Sophia something really long i don't remember because king george had those to wives

What is Westminster Abbey noted for?

They aren't necessarily. The Abbey's own website states: 'Westminster Abbey has hosted only sixteen royal weddings in its long history (of reigning monarchs or those who, had it been established at the time, were entitled to the style "Royal Highness"). History records a number of weddings taking place "at Westminster" but his did not necessarily mean at the Abbey. Another probable venue was St Stephen's chapel in the Palace of Westminster. Whitehall Palace and Greenwich Palace were two of the locations used by Henry VIII. St James's Palace and St George's chapel Windsor were also popular with later monarchs and their children. Princess Patricia, a grand-daughter of Queen Victoria, began the modern trend for royal marriages at Westminster Abbey in 1919 and Princess Mary and Elizabeth Bowes Lyon, who married the future George VI, chose to follow her example.' However, in more recent history: Several Royal Weddings have been held elsewhere. The Duke and Duchess of Kent were married in York Minster; Prince Charles and Princess Diana were married in St. Paul's Cathedral; the Queen's youngest son Prince Edward and his wife Sophie were married in St. George's Chapel Windsor; and for his second wedding to Camilla, Prince Charles married in the Guildhall, Windsor, followed by a Service of Blessing in St. George's Chapel. Of the Queen's grandchildren, only Prince William was married in Westminster Abbey. Peter Phillips and his wife Autumn were married in St. George's Chapel, Windsor, and his sister, Zara Phillips, married Mike Tindall in the Cannongate Kirk, Edinburgh.

How long is an era?

100 Years,. Correction: Asking how long an era is, is the same as asking how long is a piece of string. An era can be any segment of time that can be distinguished. Such as, the 'Nazi era', 'George W. Bush era'. An era is NOT 100 years, that is a century.

How did the Black Prince die?

Prince Arthur, born as Arthur Tudor, was the son of King Henry VII of England and Elizabeth of York. He married Catherine of Aragon and they resided in Ludlow Castle. Six months after they moved in, Arthur died from an unknown ailment at the age of 15.