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We woke up at 0745 and lay around until the alarm kicked in at 0800, ducked out and started the breakfast routines before Leesh decided to do some early exercises in the unit while I bashed out some last minute flight booking and planning. We had totally forgot about the Rugby World Cup coming up and we had a look to see if the Wallabies were playing when we returned to London at the end of September. Success, they had a game against Uruguay (surely win that) ...
... Filip at the breakfast buffet downstairs. It. Was. The. Biggest. European. Breakfast. Spread. I. Had. Ever. Seen. It was wonderful. Need I say more? When we finished, I booked a room at another hostel nearby because Filip was flying back to the US. Though a downgrade from the lavish hotel, I was still pleased with my new hostel. Over the next few days, I visited Stonehenge, Oxford, and the Roman Baths in England on a road trip from London. Check out Part II for the rest of my UK ...
... sandwiches which is to let the knife blade do the work under it's own weight. Never force it or press down as the bread will crumble and you will not have nice, smooth edges.) Then there is the beet salad garnish. Obviously, the sauces must be prepared from scratch; some of which might require cooking down a fruit or vegetable before it is pureed and strained to obtain the proper ...
... The scenery was as advertised if you catch my drift but overall it is a weekend city at best.
- How expensive those Scandinavian countries are. I was warned going in but my goodness those countries will eat a hole through a backpackers budget in no time. Apparently there's a burger movement going in Stockholm. Not sure how that's possible with burgers costing USD $15-20 on the regular.
- The middle tier food options in London were blah. ...
... buy some provisions. When we went to turn on wifi at the apartment we found it wasn't working. It appeared that none of the TVs nor the land line worked. We spent ages on the phone to Patrick, the landlord, and Virgin media. Eventually the wifi worked. Have to say we're not enthralled with the apartment but there have to be some positive aspects (and we are working on ...
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