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... my site and I look forward to hearing what you have been up to and how life is treating you! Since arriving here in London I have also been to Liverpool, Manchester, Buckingham & Brighton in the UK. My passport has been getting a workout, in Paris, ...
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... on a short journey to the tour pick up place at Victoria Station. We all board the coach and it is time to set off for the London city tour. Our first stop was St Paul's cathedral. The church is famous for being built within 35 years and for the clever ...
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... our tiny little plane parked next toa BA 747. Blimey, I came in that thing? So, all in all, would I recommend the Club World London City service? In a heartbeat yes. Preferred it in every way to the regular Club World service, and if you can get the BA1 ...
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