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... world fair was held. Part of the reason for going there was because Syd's grandma had actually attended that world fair! The views from the top of the building were great! A very nice couple also gave us tickets to go into the Pavillion and check out a travel show. Overall it was a fantastic Belgian weekend!! **The rest of the catch up will be continued in the next blog post as I accidentally deleted Syd's post! That covers our busy traveling January ...
Today we've been in Emirates Stadium, Arsenal's FC stadium, one of the best English football teams!
Emirates Stadium was opened on 22 of July 2006, and it was built by Populous Architects, who spent 390 million pounds.
It's very big and round and it's also very spacious and spectacular because 60.000 people can see a live Arsenal's match in Emirates Stadium.
... couple of train trips but made it. Stayed for a few hours just trying to find that birth information for William. Realised after a couple of hours that I really should have headed off to the Library at Colchester. Never mind.
Decided to head back into Baker Street to go to Madame T's - much better idea - hardly had to wait at all. Well the llineup waiting for ...
As Nick and I were coming back to Singapore for another couple of days before flying home, we had a relaxed day on Monday rather than rushing around sightseeing with Claire and Becs. Puay Lim had told us about a modern art exhibition that was being held at the Old Kallang Airport a couple of MRT stops out of town, so we went there in the morning and were alternately intrigued and cynical about the art on display. Parts of it were really interesting, but a lot was modern art ...
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