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... but doing her
undergrad in politics in Munich, and works as a journalist in her free time for
an Austrian newspaper. She has a press pass and everything, and has interviewed
many big Austrian politicians.
We got Judith settled in at the hostel and then took the
tube to Camden Town, a trendy neighborhood in Northern London. The area is
famous for the Camden Market, which is one of the biggest open-air markets I
have ever been to in my life. It even puts ...
... There was no structure to their system just a wall of people all trying to go in different directions. Somehow we managed to fight our way to the British Airways check-in counter where we happily checked in our large suitcases which made it a little easier to progress through the milling crowd to the immigration and customs checks.
We were happy to be free of the crowds when we finally arrived at our departure gate. After browsing through the ...
22. Football = soccer
21. Carriage = Coach or train car
20. Sultans = raisins
19. Jelly = Jello/flavored gelatin
18. Vest = undershirt
17. Caravan = camping trailer
16. Cinema = movie theater
15. Jacket potato = baked potato
14. Lemonade = Sprite or 7-Up
13. Chicken goujons = chicken tenders/nuggets. Goujons ...
... tour was the house Jane Austen and her family lived. It was on Paragon road and it was number four. Our guide told us that the Baths are strictly hot water and the temperature is usually around one hundred twenty degrees Fahrenheit.
Our coach tour finished right in front of the Roman Baths entrance from there we were on our own and had time to kill until our train left at 3:55. Yia-Yia, Papou and I walked through the Roman Baths. The Romans ...
... an " ensuite" if you'd call it that. A door opened to a windowless plastic lined cubicle, not much bigger than a telephone box and would be perfect for a caravan, très compact! But it had everything we needed and who wants to spent time in your rabbit hole when London's calling! Leah wanted to hit the shops straight away, so we walked up to Oxford street for some retail therapy. So many people! We returned to our room about 9pm and I was totally knackered! A ...