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... games, as well as power - including USB, American 110- and European 220-volt sockets - at each seat. They also had chat room and seat-to-seat messaging system, so you could type messages to others on the plane. That seemed very current and unnecessary. But we played with it.
Most of us managed to get at least some sleep on the flight. In fact, Monica said she got the best sleep she's ever had on the intercontinental flight. ...
... lock. These areas are very close to each other. At the Camden lock a barge was coming through the lock. It was a very manual process but we waited to see the barge successfully through the lock. One other observation for the day, and generally during our time in London, is the litter in the street and in this case in the canal. We continued down the path past a man fishing, I'm not sure I’d eat anything from that canal. A little further ...
... at Gare de Lyon and it stopped outside the station and a French announcement said something about security. Luckily the young girl sitting next to me translated and said there was some kind of issue that was delaying the train. It only stopped for about 5 minutes so I wasn't panicking too much. I had about 90 minutes to get a RER connection to Gare-Nord. Off the train and ticket purchased. Had a wait of 14 minutes for the train to arrive ...
... were in for. Its a roller coaster connected via the top, which you wouldnt think makes that much difference but it does when you are going upside :) Next...the Stealth. Lets just say my picture for this had me with my eyes closed and pooping myself. This is the ride that goes from 0 to 80mph in 2.3 seconds And goes 91m straight up and down. It was soo good. The train ride there was really good because it wasnt underground so we got to see a bit more of ...
... A little ways out from the market itself, there was a street that had slightly fewer tourists congesting it...Baker Street. Here we found an Italian restaurant with delicious food for lunch. Right down the road from where we ate was 221B and the Sherlock Holmes museum. Unfortunately, this was the only place on the entire road with an hour-long line to its door, so we decided to skip going inside and simply admire it from ...