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... one are you going on?”
Mrs Henry showed the hand-out of the company we had selected, or rather, the company that got to us first, because Mrs Henry reasons that they must be the keenest and given that the sights don’t vary from company to company, what’s the point in agonising.
“Do you think they’re bedder? Why do you think they’re bedder? What if they’re not bedder?”
Sometimes I think that Old Mr ...
... only) meal of my day. It was pretty decent and did the job. After this I headed to the cinema to see The Worlds End, the third in the Cornetto Trilogy (alongside Shaun of the Dead & Hot Fuzz). It wasn't anything special. Bit of a weak storyline plus it didn't help that Simon Pegg's character was thoroughly unlikeable. A guy stuck in the past. I've always felt a bit sorry for people like that, who talk about the glory days of ...
... br> New England
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Largest city Boston (pop. 617,594)
GDP $813.0 billion (2011)
HDI 5.7 (1st) (2011)
Largest Metropolitan Area Boston-Cambridge-Quincy (pop. 4,522,858)
New England (/njuːˈɪŋɡl 01;nd/) is a region in the northeastern corner of the United States consisting of the six states of Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont, Massachusetts, Rhode Island, and Connecticut. New England is bordered ...
... 26 May
City Hall Plaza
1:00pm - 10:30pm both days
Flight: Boston -- London via. Iceland
Expedia Itinerary number: 156330580438
Iceland Air, Flight 630
Depart Boston Terminal E 9:30pm
Arrive Reykjavik 6:30am (Tuesday 28/05/2013)
Reykjavik Layover: 1hr 15min
Iceland Air, Flight 470
Depart Reykjavik 7:45am
Arrive London 11:45am (Tuesday 28/05/2013) ...
... the top. The rail ties are now the steps. I climbed to the top in about 28 min. There were people going at all different paces. Most of the people there at that hour appeared to be mostly locals or military people using it for training. Some hard core people were making it extra hard by carrying large rocks up. There are places along side the trail to pull off and rest and let faster climbers pass. There is one section that crosses a ravine so you ...