I'm a big fan of those rotating toilet seats on Germany's Autobahns, while the cascading waterfall sinks in the Sydney Opera House are truly unusual, and those nice warm clean stalls we visited in Stirling Castle a few days before were quite nifty, but Harrods's men's room is unique. It's like sitting in the lap of luxury.
Day Twelve- Men Do What They Do Best January 4th 2010 Our last day in London and while one group had one idea of a good time involving spending money on frivolities, the more intellectual of the two decided to cultivate their minds by taking advantage of the city's free cultural institutions.
After another somewhat uncomfortable continental breakfast in the capacious and somewhat stuffy breakfast room at the Mandarin, we decided to make a return ... read more
My wife and I met thirty-five years ago when we both worked for the airlines. We got out of the business when deregulation "ruined" it. Now she takes me with her students on her educational trips abroad.
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