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Lindesay, W: The Great Wall revisited: from the Jade Gate to Old Dragon's Head. Frances Lincoln, UK 2008
Lonely Planet Central Asia Travel Guide (6th ed). Kindle edition, 2014
Lonely Planet China Travel guide (13th ed). Kindle edition, 2013
Silk Road Timeline. Washington University,
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In the afternoon we went to Madam Tussauds...after paying through the nose...we entered.
(Hamish) We didn't do the chamber of horrors or screams - everyone was too scared. We got our picture taken with One Direction and the Queen. We liked seeing the 4D movie at the end.
(Isla) Audrey Hepburn was my favourite.
Finished the day, by catching up with Donna for dinner at Tower Hill.
... t know what it could have been, only that it was the cause of him losing about 5-7 kg. He had trekked with some great people part way round the Annapurna circuit. Sent some awesome photos; I thought that was it. He had fulfilled his wanderlust and would now start his way back home to Australia. All week I sat with my phone in front of me. Didn't matter if I was at the computer or having dinner. That phone ...
Renowned for offering a high level of service, the Rhodes Hotel is a stylish Georgian townhouse within walking distance of most of the capital’s most famous landmarks and attractions. Each of the hotel’s well-appointed luxury rooms offers central heating and air conditioning, flat screen plasma televisions, as well as high speed Wi-Fi connection. While all bedrooms feature the most modern of furnishings, their deluxe rooms ...
... went to our local Sainsbury's to buy some food for our Christmas dinner at the hotel. Then at the tail end of a fierce storm (several inches of rain with lots of flooding, winds of 80 mph with fallen trees everywhere), we took the train to Victoria that afternoon.
Due to storm damage the train was half an hour late, so we made the bus to Luton with only seconds to spare--we were huffing and puffing breathlessly as we clamored on board ...