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The Geelong Football Club was formally established at a meeting held in the Victoria Hotel on 18 July 1859.
There he kept a permanent room at the Hotel Reina Victoria ( built in 1906 ) where his room remains to this day as he left it, a mini-museum of Rilkeana.
* In the 6 June 2007, second season, eleventh episode of The Chaser's War on Everything, the possibility of Tinky Winky being homosexual was parodied when the Chaser's tested the Peel Hotel ( in Collingwood, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia )' s gaydar ( the hotel's Peel dancebar was given the right to ban heterosexual patrons ) with a Tinky Winky costumed figure that acted in a stereotypical homosexual fashion.
Both bus services depart from the Victoria bus terminal located at 900 Douglas Street, behind the Fairmont Empress Hotel.
Other Manchester locations included Victoria Railway Station, St Peter's Square, Old Trafford, the Arndale Centre, University of Salford, the Ramada Hotel and the Safeway supermarket in Chorlton-cum-Hardy.
The largest loss of life caused by fire occurred on February 12, 1936 when the Victoria Mansion Hotel located on the southeast corner of Lexington Avenue and Seventh Street was destroyed and 16 people killed.
This comprehensive scheme was for the redevelopment of much of Whitehall, Horse Guards Parade, the embankment of the River Thames on both sides of the river in the areas to the north and south of the Palace of Westminster, this would eventual be partially realised as the Victoria Embankment and Albert Embankment, three new bridges across the Thames, a vast Hotel where Charing Cross railway station was later built, the enlargement of the National Gallery ( Barry's son Edward would later extend the Gallery ) and new buildings around Trafalgar Square and along the new embankments and the recently created Victoria Street.
In the centre of the village, the picturesque Ferrybridge Hotel and the Albert Hotel, named to commemorate a visit by Queen Victoria and Prince Albert, both have traditional bars and each also has a small restaurant.
The buildings are on Dovecote Lane opposite the Victoria Hotel, but as of 2007 are scheduled for demolition to make way for housing.
The Victoria Hotel
The Victoria Hotel and the Malt Shovel, on Union Street, both appear in the 2010 and 2011 editions of the CAMRA Good Beer Guide.
No ruins are now preserved in the town itself, but there are many remains in the villa quarter to the east of the town on the road to Stabiae, of which traces still exist, running much higher than the modern road, across the mountain ; the site of one of the largest ( possibly belonging to the Imperial house ) is now occupied by the Hotel Victoria, under the terrace of which a small theatre was found in 1855 ; an ancient rock-cut tunnel descends hence to the shore.
The beautiful Rayleigh House at the top of the high street, originally built as the Victoria Temperance Hotel by Mary Chrystie, now contains a healthcare practice.
Two hotels, the Euston Hotel and the Victoria Hotel, flanked the northern half of this approach.
The station is adjacent to Victoria Embankment Gardens and is close to Charing Cross station, Embankment Pier, Hungerford Bridge, Cleopatra's Needle, the Royal Air Force Memorial, the Savoy Chapel and Savoy Hotel and the Playhouse and New Players Theatres.
Image: Grosvenorhotel. jpg | Grosvenor Hotel ( 1860 62 ), Victoria, London.
* Heritage citation for the Victoria Hotel in the National Trust ( Victoria ) Register
Smith's physical resemblance to Elvis and his mannerisms happened to catch the attention of DJ Norm Pringle of Victoria, BC Canada, who had been playing " That's All Right, Mama " and " Heartbreak Hotel " on the radio.
It is situated next to the Royal Glen Hotel which accommodated Queen Victoria when she was young, however it was just a house then.
The building was later renamed the Royal Victoria Hotel, now the building has been converted into flats and a bar and nightclub in the left and right wings respectively.

Victoria and Victorian
In the then Victorian Colony ( now State of Victoria in Australia ), the ( Royal ) Victorian Bowling Association was formed in 1880 and The Scottish Bowling Association was established in 1892, although there had been a failed attempt in 1848 by 200 Scottish clubs.
Interest in the history of these events was revived during the English Renaissance and led to a resurgence of Boudica's legendary fame during the Victorian era, when Queen Victoria was portrayed as her ' namesake '.
It was in the Victorian era that Boudica's fame took on legendary proportions as Queen Victoria was seen to be Boudica's " namesake.
In Victoria on 21 December 2011, legislation was passed by the Victorian Parliament allowing new trials where there is " fresh and compelling DNA evidence, where the person acquitted subsequently admits to the crime, or where it becomes clear that key witnesses have given false evidence ".
The Victorian docks were mostly further east, comprising the Royal Victoria ( 1855 ), Millwall ( 1868 ) and Royal Albert ( 1880 ).
Previously, the Standard used by Victorian Governors after 1870 had been the Union Jack with the Badge of the State of Victoria emblazoned in the centre.
The first Australian-( and Victorian -) born Governor of Victoria was Sir Henry Winneke ( appointed 1974 ).
The Oakleigh Motel in Oakleigh, Victoria, Australia, constructed using Googie architecture during the 1956 Summer Olympics as one of the first motels in the state, was added to the Victorian Heritage Register in 2009.
* Victorian Bushrangers, representing Victoria
His attitude towards the Commonwealth and the Federal was shaped by his first premiers ’ conference in 1965 when Prime Minister Menzies negotiated with the Victorian premier Henry Bolte to achieve an extra grant of funds for Victoria at the expense of the other states and closed the conference before the other Premiers could object.
* Victorian Science and Religion The Victorian Web: Literature, History, and Culture in the Age of Victoria
Queen Victoria died in 1901 and her son Edward VII became king, inaugurating the Edwardian Era, which was characterised by great and ostentatious displays of wealth in contrast to the sombre Victorian Era.
The emergence of photography, showcased at the Great Exhibition, resulted in significant changes in Victorian art with Queen Victoria being the first British monarch to be photographed.
The term originates from the white color of the wedding dress, which first became popular with Victorian era elites, after Queen Victoria wore a white lace dress at her wedding ; however, the term now also encapsulates the entire Western wedding routine, especially in the Christian religious tradition, which generally includes a ceremony during which the marriage begins, followed by a reception.
Henry and Martha Grace had nine children in all: " the same number as Victoria and Albert and in every respect they were the typical Victorian family ".
Simon Rae also commented upon Grace's eminence in Victorian England by saying that his public recognition was equalled only by Queen Victoria herself and William Ewart Gladstone.
* The culture of the Victorian era comes to America and remains in place until around the turn of the 20th century, where the year it ends is disputed as to whether it ended with the rise of progressivism in 1896 or with the death of Queen Victoria in 1901.
However, the fact that Melbourne is significantly closer than Sydney and the fact that Victorian television broadcasts in the region, resulting ( among other things ) in the predominance of Australian rules football in the local media outlets, gives Albury close cultural and psychological links to Victoria, despite its location in southern New South Wales.
:: Queen Victoria ascending to the throne giving the start of the Victorian era
* Victorian restoration, the widespread refurbishment and rebuilding of Church of England churches that took place during the 19th century reign of Queen Victoria.
The later years of high school are known as the Higher School Certificate ( HSC ) in New South Wales for Year 12, Victorian Certificate of Education ( VCE ) in Victoria for Years 11 and 12 and similar names in other states.
* In From Hell ( film ), set in Victorian London, Queen Victoria herself ( Liz Moscrop ) is implicated in ordering lobotomies for several characters in order to " silence " them if they knew too much information.
* Northern Province ( Victoria ), a former electorate in the Victorian Legislative Council ( Australia )

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