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23 hours ago, Snipper said:

well i have to agree with the review of the Eiffel towrer..went there in 1984..it was decent no real queues etc went back in 1998 it was flooded with beggars and people on the take ..i wouldn't go again..same with Stonehenge used drive past it on regular basis and think the same ..its just a bunch of stones in a field next to the A303..however disagree about the statue of Liberty..really found that an interesting and fulfilling attraction..same for the palace of Versailles but again that visit was in 1984 probably not the same these days.

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As long as the review is factual as you see it I think that is reasonable

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A gay freind of mine went to the Grand Prix ,he was very disappointed at it being a race ...

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4 minutes ago, Mokidugway said:

A gay freind of mine went to the Grand Prix ,he was very disappointed at it being a race ...

What would he make of Lord of the rings?

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14 minutes ago, Mokidugway said:

Maybe a has a burning ambition :drunk-emoji:

Who remembers Jimmy Rimmer?  Great footballer.

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Just now, DAVID SNOW said:

Who remembers Jimmy Rimmer?  Great footballer.

Brilliant dribbler :bomb:

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5 minutes ago, Mokidugway said:

Brilliant dribbler :bomb:

Retired early I think? cockus intreruptus knee ligament damage.:shok:

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