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- Wheelchair accessibility
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- Pets allowed
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... have to pay 60euro to check our bag. We get through the line and learn that this is a common problem with their online system and that everything is fine. Now we are just hoping that our bags actually make it to London. Looks like airline issues are pretty uniform across the world. Aer lingus seats you weird 5-7 rows at a time in random parts of the plane. But we didn't have carry-ons so it's not bad for space. Also we are surprised at how comfortable the seats are on this aer lingus ...
... Baffled and more than amused we listened as they explained the crazy assumption. The gypsy part came from the fact that we aren't from around the area and our appearance apparently screams foreigner. As for the lesbian part, that's an interesting thing. Leandra and I went to the bathroom together. We didn't go in the same cubical, we just walked there together. It is a unwritten girl rule that's been around since the dawn of age, no woman goes to the loo alone, ever. Ever. ...
... century oak beams and wooden panelling and the restaurant offers a fantastic view over the River Thames.
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... the canal had around 7 locks and we were lucky indeed to witness several boats entering and exiting the locks. We enjoyed banter with the boat owners and Phil was thrilled to be asked to close one of the lock gates. On the other side of the canal were giant reservoirs used to keep the canals full. The walking trail along the canal was picturesque and a stunning green, with fields off in the distance, studded with trees and dense forest lining our path. ...
... shots, however I very quickly became stuck in the millions of people unable to return... At which time I started to think maybe this wasn't a good idea (hoping the others hadn't moved for fear of losing them!). It's hard to believe really how many people flock there every day! In any case, I made my way back and they were still there luckily.. But hang on, the ceremony is still going! Gary and I delve into the crowd again in the hopes of more photo opportunities. ...