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... a decent amount of time pondering whether to just take the easy option and stay home, I figured I may just have to talk to the people around me when I'm there and actually see some daylight... Could always catch up with people once I'm home I guess. So all the stages out of the way ( I'm referring to Denial, anger, bargaining, depression and anger) and all my bags packed with -30 mins to ...
... out of place royal home or building that I have ever seen. It is decorated on the outside to look Indian. However, on the inside it is decorated in a solely Chinese or British-interpreted Chinese style. That is called chinoiserie, by the way, if it is not actually Chinese. Unfortunately, I was not able to take pictures of inside the, I guess, summer palace you would call it.
The Prince Regent who went on to become King George IV commissioned the ...
Today nothing much happened with regards to my adventure. I simply visited a few friends around Sussex etc.
The weather here today was just boiling and sweat was just running off me! The wonderful waters along the seafront was very tempting to simply just go and jump into the sea.
Apart from visiting friends I have decided there is a slight problem with the front suspension of my bike. As ...
... br> Unsurprisingly the train was packed, so we found spaces for our cases in the walkways & stood by the doors. We changed at Dusseldorf Hbf onto the sky train to the airport.We got to the airport at 6.40. There was a massive queue at check-in which had only just opened. We rearranged hand luggage & packed the trolley into one of the cases & joined the queue. We finally got through check-in & security by 7.50. The plane was a little late but their ...
... castles in Croatia, Michaelangelo's David and a certain leaning tower
Via the sinking city of Venice, a dozen pasta dishes, the Popes residence and the former battleground of the original Gladiators
Via a trans-Mediterranean boat journey, Parc Guell, La Rambla and the site of my one travel CV blip
Via a swift increase in temperature of Madrid, the windey streets of Sevilla, gazpacho soup and late night tapas
Via a ...