“The Dickens Museum felt for many years a bit like Miss Havisham, covered in dust.” After an extensive renovation, the London home where Charles Dickens lived as a newlywed has reopened to the public.
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“The Dickens Museum felt for many years a bit like Miss Havisham, covered in dust.” After an extensive renovation, the London home where Charles Dickens lived as a newlywed has reopened to the public.

For more of this morning’s roundup, click here.

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    my newlywed home looks nothing like this.
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    One of the places I really wanted to visit when I was abroad last year. I was heartbroken to find it closed for the...
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