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... which is less than you would pay in most pubs in Adelaide, and a considerably less again at a sporting or other event. Maybe they are worried the locals would riot if prices were too expensive for a pre-match ritual. It was great having seating in the members area, and having access to bars, etc… Not overly crowded, and quick service. And only meters from seats.
Made our way out to our seats a few minutes before kickoff, to see ...
... outrigger, speedboat, jet boat, sail boat, dive boat, cruise boat, ferry, propeller plane, jet plane).
Number of flights: 43
Number of different airports: 49
Favourite country: Vietnam. Just a great country. New Zealand was a very close second, but the expense is the thing that let it down.
Least favourite country: Ecuador (excluding Galapagos) or Laos. Could be either, but probably Ecuador, as when you exclude the Galapagos Islands our ...
... to me as a world class snooker champion found the bus station easily. After reaching a suburb called Hayes, I only had a five minute walk to the bed and breakfast where I'm staying.
The strange thing about arriving here is how hot it is! I saw later in the newspaper that today was actually the hottest day of the year so far in London, so I needed to pull out the shirts that I thought I wouldn't need again since leaving Dubai. The accommodation I'm in is very ...
... the way
from Australia and San Diego. We parted
ways after leaving Iceland to head to London.
Once arrived, we decided to take the tube (metro equivalent)
to our hostel. There were a plethora transit passes to select from. We opted
for one of the 7-day ones. Unfortunately, it was the wrong one. We then went to
the transit admin to have it sorted out pretty quickly. Walking from the tube exit to our hostel was
another challenge. We ...
... and new is quite literally bridged by the numerous crossings over the Thames River including the extremely underwhelming London Bridge which directs traffic from the abstractly egg-shaped city hall to Europe's second largest dome atop the magnificent St. Paul's Cathedral. For those of you who have never seen London Bridge, it is honestly the most aesthetically unappealing bridge in London. Supposedly, it was once quite a sight as it was lined with vendors ...