Fines Bayliwick House
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... with the oyster card. We were able to enter the platform with it after all. As we approached the station we were going to get off the ticket attendant informed us our Oyster cards wouldn't work on this train and return tickets would be £12.10 each. If only we had sat one more carriage up or caught an express train (we caught the first one that said it was going the station we wanted). That also meant we had to pay an incomplete journey fare on our Oyster ...
Our first full day in London after a long flight via Singapore. Considering everything Jeff stood up to the flight really well. Maureen had sent 2 cars to pick us up from the airport and they whisked us efficiently to our hotel, the Park Grand Paddington. Our journey had no real dramas except one of my contact lenses snapped in half. Very weird. The consequence is that I haven't been able to wear my lenses at night for the past 3 nights - hence the vision is a bit impaired ...
First lab report is due tomorrow morning so my group and I have been working a bit yesterday and all day today. Feeling more like a student and less like a tourist now which is both good and bad I guess. The labs are a bit up-in-the-air in terms of what is being asked for each one so this first one has been rough. Hopefully we have included the right things but its tough to know when we do not know what is expected. Went to McDonalds ...
Well that was a ****** up flight in every way. Sat next to a hairdresser from Southampton on the plane home. He'd been on a motorbike tour of Vietnam. And he had no intention of sleeping any of the 13 hours back and every intention of drinking through it all. Insisting we join him. Even when, towards the end, Liza had literally had enough he still kept ordering drinks for her and drinking them himself. We got through a lot of red wine and **** beer. He ...
... to as Europe’s party
capital as it is full of pubs, clubs and locals praising the virtues of the
‘craic’. I visited Whelan’s in Camden Street as it is famous for being the
place to visit for traditional and folk music. Most of Ireland’s folk talent
has performed at this exciting venue at one time or the other. The Village is
another vibrant music venue just a little distance away on Camden Street. I had
a great time at ...