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... the chances are that you’ll end up without a seat, standing with your nose in someone else’s armpit, and someone’s nose in your armpit, but the efficiency of the system more than makes up for that.
My first stop was Harrods. I don’t know why, but I’ve always wanted to go to Harrods for a look. I arrived there around 9.15am but I wasn’t aware until I got there that it didn’t open until 10.00am. I decided ...
... prove it and the best part – a bottle of water. I was well parched.
After we recovered we thought it would be a good idea to go and inhale some pizza. Still dressed as Santa’s we walked through central London and sat ourselves down for a hard earned meal and a glass of cider. As you can probably ...
... IM SO CONFLICTED! I want to slowly kill him like he did to all of my favorite characters, but I also want to hug him tight and thank him a million times. Anyways sorry about not updating guys I've been busy (reading) so here is a small update ^.^ ~
~ Haven \(*~*)/
... to a sun god. Next stop Salisbury Cathedral, another massive architectural masterpiece. Free time to explore village and have lunch. Our accom for the night is at Durrant House in Bideford. The house harks back to 1800 and we're sure the mattress does too. Pub dinner average but company ...
... have a visa?Ļ
We didnīt have a visa.
This should have been okay because UK citizens donīt need a visa to enter Brazil, but it turns out that, without one, you at least need to have proof of onward travel for flight operators to let you get on one of their planes. Bit of a schoolboy error, this.
The plan was to get a local chicken bus across the border at Foz de Iguazu, but we were ...
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- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services