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... videos of their performances and some interviews with the members talking about their experiences and achievements and some memorabilia would be an improvement. It would be better without the glass too - some people like to look all round the car and see inside, not just the front, and they like to get decent photos.
We did some washing in Tampere at ...
... managed to park close to the city centre enabling us to walk through - different when there is no snow lying around. Looking for a coffee shop we found the covered market, actually full of busy city people taking lunch and a superb range to fish for sale. In fact this is the biggest covered market in Scandinavia, according to Pinterest - more research to check this ...
... years ago. We had a friendly chat as far as Baker Street.
I was well early at Heathrow so I decided to go and look at the new terminal 2 and it's famous piece of art. I found this a bit underwhelming as there was nowhere from where you could get a good view. Everything was so close that you could only ever see the trees and never the wood.
Not too long in the lounge at terminal 3 before the announcement ...
... photos. Still, mildly entertaining. Feeling a bit underwhelmed, I was hoping the Vakoilumuseo would be the cure. It wasn't. Billed as the first spy museum in the world with interactive displays, I was expecting a James Bond experience. Instead, we were handed a poorly organized English language guidebook in a loose-leaf binder upon entering. The information provided was confusing and didn't match properly with the displays. The ...
... where wants to go back again and again. People are very nice and helpful. Zanzibar has many attractions: Diving, corals, dolphins, spice tours, turquoise water and relaxing atmosphere. I guess "hakuna matata" comes from Zanzibar. People enjoys calmness, there is no hurry.
If you want to see Africa, I would recommend Tanzania. There is everything what you ...