Twelfth Lock Hotel
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... Bowie, U2, Darth Maul, Yoda, Harry Potter, and other scientific exhibits. The hostel I was staying at at the time had a big party for Halloween that night. So we attended. Turns out all countries dress skanky on that holiday.
So after that night I was so exhausted from traveling and the time change, I slept in until 2, therefore that lead to a very uneventful day. But I did go out again to try and enjoy the nightlife. So we began at the famous Temple ...
... provide. So we started organising Madrid. Looked into Stuttgart too. Nadzha spoke with Dave to get any info with local places. I got hold of Amanda and she gave me tips on what we should do. E.g. Avoid the Gatwick express, funny thing was, I had that website loaded already. It was so expensive. She recommended booking a travel lodge and then catching the tube there it worked out to be way cheaper by £50! We did all that and then ...
... later” chimes in Murray, who is a little slower on the uptake. “And it’s an even Longer way from Australia – get it – long way?” (Editor’s note – this isn’t a completely accurate record of the conversation, but I just wanted to make sure the tune is playing endlessly in your heads by now.)
We hit the road and assume the positions of four travellers of a certain age who ...
... arrived back at the airport, picked up my stored luggage and settled in at an airport cafe for a late lunch and a couple hours of reading coursework and catching up on emails before my flight departed.
I flew RyanAir to Manchester, and the experience was quite unique compared to the organization and professional standards of Delta. (Shameless plug.) (Seating on RyanAir is first-come-first-serve, highly disorganized, and almost violent.) I was spared the infamous ...
... br> Trinity College is nearby and we cannot let the opportunity slip by. This is the most magnificent campus I have ever seen. The buildings are beautiful and so old you can hear them speak of stories long forgotten - the buildings alone will inspire me to study here.
Nearby we find a Abercrombe shop. This is totally out ...