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Fish and chips and football

By Michael Kurtz | 1 Comment » March 23rd, 2008

Sunday in England means football…of the British variety. We headed to a local pub to catch London’s bitter rivals Chelsea and Arsenal square off in a heated match. While we were at it we got to taste the UK’s most famous culinary export: fish and chips. The entire experience was…delightful. Check out the photos here…

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One Response to “Fish and chips and football”

  1. General Deluxe Says:

    hey guys, glad you posted again as we we worried you had got jacked in S America or some such madness.

    One correction, the ’small canal’ you refer to is the Grand Union Canal, not small by any stretch ( except perhaps compared to the Suez or Panama Canals) check this link for more info on it!

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Grand_Union_Canal

    Keep up the great photos and captions, and keep living the dream!

    General Deluxe

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