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... There was a great view. The castle wasn't nearly as impressive as some but it was a nice day and free! The birthday party stormed the castle to look for the chocolate coins one of the parents had just placed there so we decided to leave.
On our way out we decided to take a less muddy path through town. We stopped by the town center and grabbed a cup of iced coffee and a snack. It was a good afternoon and a nice way to start my way back in the ...
Finally made it home. Nothing too eventful on the way over, except for the very friendly couple on the airplane. When I boarded in Dallas on my way to London, a gentleman with an Italian or Spanish accent, asked me if I would mind switching seats with him so he could sit next to his wife. Of course I said yes because it makes no difference to me which seat I sit in over 8 hours so long as the person next to me isn't sick, and even then I don't make a fuss, just keep ...
... the end of a conversation. It depends on the context.
5. They do actually drink quite a lot of tea, and they drink much more when they are sick.
6. Currie is a very common meal in England, which is not something you would expect since its an Indian dish.
7. They drink here ALOT. It's completely normal and acceptable to go out and get drunk every night of the week except Sundays. Which most people do.
8. Bars and Pubs are commonly used as ...
... time still.
It was an hour to get to Birmingham with rolling green countryside and sleepy little towns on the way. At the Birmingham train station Dylan met us and showed us around the centre on foot and we grabbed a coffee for the ride home. Stafford is about 45 minute car drive from Birmingham and is the majority was on a main motorway. He parked in town and we walked around and through the park ending up by a very cute tea house called the soup kitchen ...
Going to look at some gardens if it doesn't rain. Stroke on Trent is suppose to be the greenest in England. It has more parks and green spaces then other cities. Went to Trentham Estate. Walked the two miles around the lake. Good exercise! As we walk around we see fishermen who need permission to fish here. They have ...
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