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... be late for ouir Meet and Greet service at the airport.
Meet & Greet at the airport, this service should be provided as standard when purchasing air tickets. Bargain too as we left it until last minute. £92 for 32 days. Pull up, meet the man, give him the keys and off we go. We will sort out the possibility of there being 5 types of lees car when we come home and the speeding tickets come through !
Deliberately got here early in order ...
I am saddened inside to see my "Toms" go in the garbage. The whole in the heel let the water in, the pinky toe whole let the air in. They have walked a thousand miles! But desperate times call for desperate measures, NO ROOM in bag!!!! The only way to stay on a budget and eat is to shop at the grocery store. Therefore on travel days I bring my canned spaghetti with me. Currently I am carrying around a jug of milk..... As long as it's not out of the fridge ...
... get lost and lose track of time entirely. Luckily we did get time to see the Natural History section, which was also very well designed. The educational programming was mixed very well with the entertainment factor. I really enjoyed the giant mammoth skeleton. The most astounding part of the museum, was that it was free. It would easily be worth paying an entrance fee, but instead it is all by donation. Be warned, if you like art ...
... on the airport in Stockholm for my fellow welsh friends. Ended up with heaps of snus I plan to poison my mates with. I guess you folks are as disappointed as I'm by the fact that didn't have time to take any photos on my hike from the tube to the coaches. So I'll upload a few photos later on. Need to rest my head and just realized i didn't have time to shop any food so I'll sit here hungry until I reach Cardiff where I'm dying for a burger and a ...
... the mine was in full operation in the 1970s, they had atleast 10 ponies, and they would be kept under ground for 50 weeks of the year. The miners would take them outside for 2 weeks, and they would freak out for the first few days because they havent seen the sun or eaten grass for nearly a year. Then once they settle down and get used to their new style of living, they had to go back down into the mines, then they would freak out again. The ...