This bakery school opened in February 2014, and is designed to show the public just how easy baking good bread can be. The Bread Ahead Baking School is home to popular baking workshops including doughnuts, great British baking, Nordic and gluten-free to name a few. Click here to see more.
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Skip the airfare (turbulence included) and tour Machu Picchu by internet — 360° photograph technology allows you to feel as if you're exploring this Inca Citadel on foot. Click here to see more.
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Making dot art is a fun, interactive art project for kids and adults of all ages. It’s a very easy setup, all you need is paint, Q-tips and canvas! Click here to see more.
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Recorded live in the Daniel and Joanna S. Rose Studio on March 15, 2020, this video presentation of Bartók: Sonata for Two Pianos and Percussion is one of many available on the Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center's website. Click here to see more.
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Did you know the Louvre was originally a fortress built by the French king Philippe Auguste? It was intended to reinforce the defenses that the king had ordered to be built in 1190 to protect Paris from attack via the Seine. Today, visitors can walk around the original perimeter moat and view the piers that supported the drawbridge. Click here to see more.
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Virtually experience Walt Disney World attractions, shows, hotels, monorails, trains, boats, park areas, and more within an interactive 360º video environment. Virtual Disney World offers a complete immersive experience like never before. Relive the attractions and places you love anytime, anywhere! Click here to see more.
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This is not a history course, but it is course that uses the piano to bring together a range of subjects that are often ignored or under developed in traditional music curricula. Nor is it a composition course, but students will be asked to create in a variety of ways, and it should be of use to both experienced and aspiring composers, not to mention pianists. Click here to see more.
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Recycle plastic bottles into adorable fake succulents! All you need is a green soda bottle,
mini terracotta pot (or make your own with clay), wine cork, round bottom shaped glass jar (Nutella jars work perfectly), woodslice, and glue. Click here to see more.
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Those with a fear of heights, be warned. You can essentially hike this insane mountain without leaving your seat. The trail starts out simple enough - it's high up, but the path is relatively wide, with interesting temples to stop at along the way. On your journey, you'll also encounter narrow stone stairs and a few vertigo-inducing paths. Click here to see more.
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Do you think alpacas are adorable? If you’ve been wanting to craft your own alpaca, you’re in luck. This link shows you how to make your own needle felted alpaca. Click here to see more.