tasty morsels of goodness on open platforms, developer relations and motherhood 2.0

Monday, September 17, 2007

just back from UK

wiltshire family wedding, devon cream teas, paignton zoo, walkers salt & vinegar crisps ... these are a few of my favorite things.

and next time we go, we can be in paris in less than 2 hours. waterloo, eat your heart out.

A Eurostar train completed the journey between Paris and London in barely two hours on September 4th. Travelling at 186mph on Britain’s first high-speed track, which runs for 68 miles from the mouth of the Channel Tunnel in Kent, the train arrived at London’s restored St Pancras station, carrying journalists and rail executives. The exact journey time was two hours, three minutes and 39 seconds. The new line, which shaves at least 20 minutes off the current journey between Paris and Waterloo station (two hours and 35 minutes), opens officially on November 14th.


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