Marlin Apartments - Empire Square
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... wonderful places and visit countries we had never been to before. What we totally overlooked was that whilst the places we would visit would be amazing, the people we would meet would be way more amazing and that in virtually every place we went, local people would go out of their way to help us and make our experiences even more unforgettable.
Sure, the temples of Bagan at sunrise were stunning, swimming with sealions and diving with sharks amazing, ...
... some amazing theatre and will miss it like crazy when I eventually go home. I’ve ticked off items from my bucket list: - Do a white Christmas (sort of in Norway) - Go to the Vatican - Spend St Paddy’s Day in Ireland - Visit Beatrix Potter’s House - Tour the Harry Potter film sets aka make it to Hogwarts - Live on a farm (stayed in my great grandfathers home farm) - Attend ANZAC Day Dawn Service at Gallipoli - Eat at the ...
... upgraded again (so nice) … they served dinner instead of breakfast despite the 8:40am departure. I arrived Newark early; first through Global Entry. Five minutes for bags. Newark is a pit, but at least I can wait for my flight in the Club.
The flight from Newark to SFO was on time, more or less. I kept hearing the purser and the pilot talk about "a problem" and ...
... are few examples of the architecturally impressive buildings with bricks which spell history.
In case you are art and literature lover, the National Portrait Gallery, Shakespeare’s Globe and the Tate will be simply make you fall in love. There are regular exhibitions and interactive programs for all age groups of people.
You may also check out Leicester Square and treat yourself with a West End show. Walking along the ...
... was purchased).
We met Shelton and his friend Lumpy outside the Shepherds Bush station. It's changed a bit since we were last there, gone is the Walkabout, our regular weekend hangout, and now at the other end is the hugest shopping centre we have ever seen, no time for shopping though, we headed to a nice Pub for a catch up with Lumpy who had kindly driven Shelton there from work and were later joined by Lee, who also used to work with ...