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the monks in the abbey grow all their own vegetables
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The roar thundered on the public speakers, whipped down The Mall and around Horse Guards Parade, along Whitehall and into the abbey.
With a surprising diversity of scenic lanes, abbeys, and wineries, the Tuscan countryside is a fine place to abandon your itinerary and just slow down.
Balent says that guests come to the abbey for a variety of reasons.
The abbey overall suffered some $30 million in damage, officials said at the time.
Horchoff, a longtime volunteer in the abbey's woodworking enterprise, began producing honey at the abbey several years ago.
The show took place in the garden of an old abbey on the West Bank in Paris.
With a surprising diversity of scenic lanes, abbeys and wineries, the Tuscan countryside is a fine place to abandon your itinerary and just slow down.
The Benedictine Abbey and school — the abbey was founded in 1947, and the academy in 1933 — has a tradition of longevity among its monks, faculty and staff.
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