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A bit of levity...

By rwakeley4/5/2015 22:47Mon May 4 22:47:02 2015

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Anybody up for Truro next season?
Amazingly, I can do a Saturday - but not for the fare of £150!
Ironically, its an approximately 560 mile round trip for both you guy's and I. You guys may get away with £80 on the train and a mere five hours each way - that's somewhere near the norm for me!
As Tommy Trinder would say "You lucky people"

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Re: A bit of levity...

By EE5/5/2015 14:25Tue May 5 14:25:04 2015In response to A bit of levity...Top of thread

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Edited by EE at 14:37:31 on 5th May 2015

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Re: A bit of levity...

By David B5/5/2015 16:01Tue May 5 16:01:03 2015In response to Re: A bit of levity...Top of thread

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Can't comment on EE's remarks … but thought you might like to consider Lowestoft's possible trip to Truro.
A large yellow-banded route finder website, unrelated in content to alcoholics anonymous, says that the trip from ground to ground is a mere 425.7 miles (685.1 km) and 7hr 55 minutes in a car – add 12.5 per cent for a coach, excluding stops – and it is almost 9hrs each way. Flying to Paris from London is less than half the distance and other capitals closer to London than Lowestoft-Truro include: Edinburgh, Dublin, Cardiff, Amsterdam, Brussels and Luxembourg City.

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