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Not sure how I managed to avoid Breaking Bad for all these years. Just about to start season 3 and enjoying it so far. Also, of the Xbox One, PS4 and Wii U, I'm really enjoying it on the latter. The second screen means I can always keep an eye on where I've got to in the episode without having to press any buttons and bringing up any on screen UI. #WiiU   #BreakingBad   #Netflix  
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Sunny Bournemouth on the weekend - hoping the Easter break is as nice! #Bournemouth   #Beach   #Sunny   #Sun   #Seaside  
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So I'm finally watching Breaking Bad...although only on episode 2, taken me long enough! 
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Awesome, love the pasta one!
 
Here are 22 mesmerising GIFs that show how things are made

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Goodwood Revival 2014 #Goodwood   #goodwoodrevival   #Revival   #Motorsport   #Motorracing   #Classiccars   #Racing  
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Had a retro moment last night. There's definitely one bonus to helping clear out the cupboard at my dad's house...after about 10 years! #retro #nintendo #sega #n64 #dreamcast #nokia #5510 #nokia5510 
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Lovely bit of retro gum. Picked these up in NYC and got through far too many of them! #nyc #juicyfruit #chewinggum #wrigleys #doublemint #spearmint 
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Fire up the engines! #weekend  
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Fun with the Xbox One, quite a pain though to upload via the video app to OneDrive, then save this locally and then upload to YouTube. I've heard though there's an update due soon which allows for uploads directly to YouTube. Good! #Forza5   #XboxOne   #Xbone   #Forza  
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One of my favourite photos I took in New York, can't wait to go back sometime soon. #NYC   #NewYork   #BigApple   #Sunset   #Manhatten  
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A well preserved tower appearing on the seafront, this is a popular location with tourists and offers enough to see for around an hour or so. The tower is split across several levels, with canons and portholes on the lower level and leading up to great views the higher you go, with an open air top floor. Access to the higher floors is via a very tight and winding staircase, which means access for less mobile visitors would be challenging. It's also quite difficult to get up/down the stairs on busy days as it's very narrow and very hard to pass on the stairs themselves. Well worth a visit if you're visiting Lisbon, there are also some lovely café's nearby and sea walls to explore once you've completed your visit.
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Public - a week ago
reviewed a week ago
The Crown at Bray is everything you'd expect of a classic 14th Century Inn, low wooden beam ceilings, windows with aged, rippled glass and a wide selection of food and drink on offer. Where this varies though from most pubs is the owner - namely Heston Blumenthal - who also owns The Fat Duck and The Hinds Head which are just a stone's throw away from this pub. The Heston touch means the menu is somewhat more interesting compared to your standard pub grub, but also offers that traditional feel. We placed a reservation about a week before our visit which was problem free via their website and there's a good amount of parking behind the venue - it's a little tight to access so drive slowly, but the car park entrance is just to the right of the building itself. My meal arrived fairly quickly - I actually opted for a burger as I had a taste for one - and while it was nice, it was a little bloody for my preference despite ordering it medium/well so I didn't quite finish it sadly For desert I opted for an earl grey panacotta, which if I'm entirely honest was a little sickly. Perhaps a burger and earl grey wasn't the wisest of combinations I could have picked. My partner went for the fish and chips with crushed peas option and enjoyed it, then followed up with a bread and butter pudding but again, wasn't entirely impressed with it. Perhaps the Heston reputation increased our expectations, but the food, while nicely presented, was still just pub food and was fairly average in taste. If we'd selected some of the other menu options I might have an entirely different view, but I'll have to give it a second try sometime to see if my opinion changes. For now it's a 3 star rating namely for the food, but the venue itself is nice and worth a visit if you're close by.
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Public - 2 weeks ago
reviewed 2 weeks ago
It was our first time visiting Krakow and we'd heard mixed reports of the best location to stay. The main square is seen as the hub of the city, but friends who have visited have reported back it's quite noisy at night, often into the early hours. With this in mind we looked a little further outside of the main city centre and we were very pleased to spot this hotel. The location is great, it's about a 3 - 5 minute walk to a selection of tram stops, letting you get into the city centre quickly and cheaply. There was also a fair number of car parking spaces, although I'm not sure how much they cost as we made our way around via the trams and buses. The room itself was clean, comfortable and fairly spacious. The bathroom was a good size and again very clean. The colour of the carpet and floor wouldn't perhaps be to everyone's taste (lots of red, yellow and green going on), but the room was great value for money and the hotel itself was whisper quiet. We wondered if perhaps we were just getting up late and missing other tourists departing, but each and every day we only saw a few people in the corridors and dining room. There were plenty of channels across a variety of languages on the flat screen TV and there's also free WiFi throughout the hotel. We had breakfast included in our room rate, which while perfectly satisfactory, could perhaps do with more selection. There wasn't a wide range of choices, so it got a little repetitive, but did serve our purposes until lunch time. All the usual options were there, eggs, sausages, bread, cheese, cold meats, fruit and cereal but only one or two varieties of each. There was also the usual selection of tea, coffee and fruit juices. All in all we thought the hotel offered great value for money and we wouldn't hesitate to stay here if we're ever visiting Krakow again.
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If you're in the Naples area you can't miss Vesuvius looming on the horizon. If you're visiting the area you'll likely want to visit the main site and say you've walked on a volcano and also once you're up there, spend plenty of time looking at the views down to the sea. The Vesuvius ticket office is easily reached with a car or via the public buses. The road is long and winding and rather steep, but that adds to the experience. Once you're at the top you'll find a car park with plenty of spaces and at the time of visiting (July 2013) cost around 2 Euro for the 4 or so hours we had parked. The ticket to the crater costs around 7 Euro each. Once you've got to this section of the volcano you'll need to brace yourself for the next task - climbing a fair distance to the top of the crater. We visited on a summers day, with the thermometer reading almost 30c and in hindsight I'd definitely recommend visiting early in the morning or later in the evening to avoid the summer temperatures. We had plenty of water, but it was still quite hard work getting to the top. To aid your climb up you can borrow a walking stick - but on the way down you'll likely feel some pressure to leave a tip, so make sure you have some spare change. Once you've reached the top the views are amazing, both looking into the crater 200 metres or so below, and across the Bay of Naples. Make sure to try and visit on a clear day - the clouds can hang in the crater itself on cloudier days and if it's hazy you'll struggle to see where Pompeii is in the distance. Up at the top there are two shops, so if you do need a rest and another bottle of water/ice cream/emergency chocolate bar, you can pause for a break. We found that the prices were actually slightly cheaper if you walk all the way around the rim to the smaller shop, which also had more space to sit and was quieter to sit and take in the views. Heading back down feels like a breeze compared to the climb up, but don't rush as the path is obviously only loose gravel with not much to grab hold of if you slip. Also of note, by the end of the day you'll have filthy shoes and want a shower asap to remove the dust you'll find has coated you.
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Public - 2 weeks ago
reviewed 2 weeks ago
We stayed here for 7 days during April 2012. The room felt a little run down with some carpet stains on the stairs but otherwise we were very pleased with this hotel. We had a junior suite so it was nice to relax upstairs on the sofas then retreat back downstairs to bed. We visited in winter and found the room to always be warm and cosy. The shower was rather small and had the typical Icelandic sulphurous smell but we soon got used to that. The WiFi was also quite weak and seemed to drop the connection often. The hotel doesn't have it's own car park, but we often found a space in the public car park just outside in the main square or failing that on the main road which leads up to the cathedral. We'd happily stay here again, but it would be nice for the room to have a small tidy up before we make a return visit!
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Public - 5 months ago
reviewed 5 months ago
Very friendly, tasty food and good prices.
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