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  • A diving watch is a watch designed for underwater diving that features, as a minimum, a water resistance greater than 10 ATM, the equivalent of 100 meters (330 ft).
  • A watch that is water resistant to 100M or more. It has a one-way rotating bezel and a screw-on crown and back.
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  • the Romance language spoken in Italy
  • Of or relating to Italy, its people, or their language
  • of or pertaining to or characteristic of Italy or its people or culture or language; "Italian cooking"
  • a native or inhabitant of Italy

Italian Restaurant, Villiers Street, Charing Cross, London
Italian Restaurant, Villiers Street, Charing Cross, London
This is where Jools, Sami and myself had lunch a couple of weeks back; here' what our trip to London entailed: Oh my gosh, we have been so very busy. Busy indeed. And so yesterday we wanted to head to London for the day. But in a quirk of the modern railway system, the difference between catching a train at 08:44 or before being ?199 for the three of us, dropped to ?76 for the 09:45. Makes no sense to me, as it means us wasting like half the day before getting to London, but there was nothing else we could do. So, we boarded the train at the appointed time, and soon were speeding through Kent to London. Sami and I got off at Stratford as we were to head to Canary Wharf first and then to Lloyds before meeting up with jools somewhere near the Thames at lunchtime. So we split at Stratford, and we climbed the bus to take us to the main station; all around us the Olympic Village rises with pace unabated. It looks like it will be ready in time for the games next year. We walk through the station, and to the DLR platforms, and soon enough were heading through docklands to the realm of the merchant bankers and suchlike. It was a grey and overcast day, and after snapping the buldings we head down to the Jubilee Line to head to London Bridge, and therefore me getting to snap the Shard in its latest state as the builders are also rushing to complete that as well. Sami and I then walk over London Bridge into the City, up the narrow lanes and alleyways to the modern wonder that is Lloyds. As we neared richly dressed bankers streamed out to get their lunch or grab a cigarette. We walk past into Leadenhall Market, snapping as we went. A call from Jools tells me that she had completed the bead hunt and was now at the Embankment tube station. Soon she shows up and we think its time to eat; so up Villiers street we choose an Italian place and have fine pasta and pizza along with some fine red wine. As the lunchtime rush does down we watch the people passing by outside. Soon we join them, the cloud manages to spit with rain, and soon we are dodging showers. A trip on a bus tour round the sights would have cost us ?70 for the three of us, so we make do with a walk to Soho, and the assorted sights of the surrounding areas. We find Chinatown, all windows filled with delicious looking goodies and food. we press on into theatreland and then onto the red light area, or what is left of it. We walk though and find a maze of backstreets and alleyways lined with wonderful record shops and market stalls. We dive into a pub when the rain gets too hard, and nurse pints and halves whilst looking at folks passing by. Back out into the gathering gloom of a winters evening, down once again through theatreland, down to Carnaby Street, down regent Street and into Traflagar Square. As usual, its mad down there, and so we walk up to Leicester Square to the tube station; and its back to Euston; along the Euston Road to St Pancras. Tie then to grab some salad stuff from Marks and Spencer for dinner, and then climb on the train and head back to Kent. Time then to get the salads out, along with a glass of wine before it was time for bed as we had another hectic day ahead today, and a very early start for our trip to France.
Riserva dello Zingaro No.2
Riserva dello Zingaro No.2
La Riserva dello Zingaro va da Castellamare del Golfo fino a San Vito lo Capo (guarda la mappa a destra). Questa e una delle cale dove siamo stati, ma non me ne ricordo il nome... * La Riserva dello Zingaro goes from Castellamare del Golfo to San Vito lo Capo (watch the map on the right). This is one of the bays where we went, but I don't remember its name... * A Riserva dello Zingaro Castellamare del Golfo kis varosatol San Vito lo Capo-ig er (nezd meg a terkepet jobbra). Ez az egyik kis obol, ahol voltunk, de nem emlekszem a nevere...

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