After 60 years with one WA owner, this 1935 Bugatti Type 57TT has gone to a European buyer for $1.1 million. After 60 years with one WA owner, this 1935 Bugatti Type 57TT has gone to a European buyer for $1.1 million. Picture: BonhamsA 1935 Bugatti Type 57 Tourist Trophy which sat in an open carport in Perth’s eastern suburbs for decades has been auctioned in Paris for $1.12 million. The car had been with the same owner for 60 years, with much of its restoration completed in that very carport.
On 29th December 2016, my husband and I, along with our two children, moved to Berlin. It wasnâ€™t the best time of year to start a new life in a foreign city, but needs must. We were leaving behind Copenhagen â€“ a city that we had enjoyed living in for three and a half years. And to be honest, it was a big upheaval. 12 months later I am proud to say that not only have we survived our first year in Berlin, but that, on the whole, we have really enjoyed it.
08.00 – Arrive at a small kindergarten in Copenhagen, 15 minutes bike ride from where we live. Inside Charlie plays with other children. Breakfast is served for those who arrive between 7-8am. 08.25 – Charlie and twenty or so other children get on a bus with the staff (and me) as we take a 20 minute drive out to the forest school. 08.50 – Get off the bus and Charlie heads straight for the muddy puddles and peddle carts. 09.00 – Charlie is finally wearing boots but he’s already filthy.
@oilandtoil@MartinSchulz@spdde Andrea Nahles likely but vote on that end of April. . But not sure what will happen with forming the new Grand Coalition. Social Democrats voting on it and results expected beginning of March. Still no official german govt!
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Selecting a term
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