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We checked out of our flat this morning and took the train to Canterbury. It's still raining and we're feeling pretty soggy. Unfortunately, much of the cathedral was closed.. What we did see is gorgeous. The stained glass windows are fantastic! Tomorrow we head home.
... meant abandoning our bags or returning them to our room. Did I mention that our room was at the far end of a hall exceeding one hundred yards in length? The siren went on and on and on and on, eventually ceasing and emancipating the elevators.
I expect four things, at a bare minimum, from the hotel where I pay to stay. First, it must be clean. The London Marriott County Hall is clean. Second, I expect a good night's sleep. That was not possible on this night. Third, I expect a ...
Here are a lot of people. I can't almost walk. Maybe this is the most popular station from the entire England. I can't breathe and i lost Frank. I tought that he was here with me but it was an old man. Nevermind, I will find him on the train. It is named like this because it is situated on the Victoria Street. I found that they had over 73 million passengers between 2010 an 2011. Now I understand it all! Look! There it is Frank. Oh my god, this guy get lost a lot of ...
... man. Full of random of facts, he always has some interesting thing to say no matter what the topic is. A Brazilian, who lived in Texas for a few years, before settling down in the United Kingdom, he is like a mixed breed, who has been everywhere, and seen everything.
Others who I have been lucky enough to have met: Gaby, Priyanka, Christine, Izzy, Chris, Illan, Jan, Liam, Helene, Matt, Sabah, Lizzie, Grace, Rebecca, Francesca, ...