Clarendon Serviced Apartments Vine Street
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... fans who were able to make the most of the stadium resonance with their chants and cheers). Never watched a full game before and certainly never scrutinised every ball pass like I did for this match. Time flew! So excited when Arsenal scored – but very tense crowd before they finally scored a second time to win the match. Yah!
Didn’t like cod and chips at all. Cod a bit salty and dry, chips awful (only made edible by curry ...
... and more expensive than you imagine! We’ve also learnt that while we’ve missed our friends and family a lot, in today’s connected world this has been much easier to manage than expected – we’ve been in the loop all the way thanks to Skype, Facebook and the rest!
We both feel we’ve been remarkably lucky too. We’d set out with the assumption that we’d be mugged or robbed at least once, and as a consequence planned ...
... amazed at the ratio of staff to help in ALL the stores. A very multicultural society and neat to hear all the different accents and try and guess where people were from. ...
... The waitress made fun of our accents and it took 2 hours in total which is crazy, but the food was fantastic. We ended with some gelato. The most refreshing mint chip I've ever had. Shannon had the pistachio - a rookie mistake in my mind. We noticed that people in England do not move at the pace of Americans. Its really amazing - they all walk slow, everything is slow and smaller in restaurants. Not ...
... she'd be running either way. So of course I texted back that a little rain wouldn't put me off, and after that weekend it became our permanent routine. I showed up relatively on time each Saturday morning whether or not I'd been out partying the night before, sometimes mildly hungover, sometimes positively so, and we'd trudge off along the banks of the river Severn that flows through the city of Bristol at whatever pace was acceptable for the both of us and chat about whatever ...