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... after they've been screened However, Stansted had other ideas. Seemingly Sandra and I look very much like criminals, and both our bags were pulled over to be scrutinised with drug detecting equipment. Sandra only had a wee bag with presents for friends in, but this was totally emptied and all contents given the once, twice, three times over. I suffered a similar fate - my handbag was deemed above suspicion but my backpack was clearly very suspect and ...
... with your old tickets. If you're over 60 but don't act it, the driver will give you a student discount at €19. You may consider these not value for money but they certainly get you oriented and able to decide where you want to start your walking tour. We went once round (about 1hr, mainly due to traffic which is already disrupted by GP closures (more later) and got off at the castle for Lasagne Lunch (2 courses for €48 inc ...
... Bond movies
due to its glamorous and elegant Belle Époque building. We tried our luck at the slot machines and had a drink at the restaurant Le Cafe de Paris which was inside the Casino. We arrived back at our hotel about 11pm, some of us went to the beach, some went for a swim, some had a drink, it sure was a fun night.
LEANING TOWER OF PISA
The Leaning Tower of Pisa is the campanile, or freestanding bell tower, of the cathedral of the Italian city ...
... the other, smaller courthouse. As she said that, we saw three lawyers come out of the smaller courthouse to cross the square. I (and a few others) raised my camera to take a photo, but Agnès was standing right next to me and said that they must not be photographed. Apparently, if they are photographed in their robes, they can be fired. This seems a bit harsh, especially since we learned that it's nearly impossible to be fired in France, but I put my camera back in my pocket.
Although the Orthodox Cathedral was not "too different" than "typical" Catholic Cathedrals, the experience was indeed different. There were no seats inside, all the women had their heads covered and there was a golden plate with the face of Jesus on it as you entered the church (similar to the containers of Holy Water in Catholic churches) - everyone entering bowed their heads and kissed the figure. The walls were covered in gold and there were ...