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Euro Travel Quiz # 47 -

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1- Why was London's Oyster Card called an oyster?

2- Name the four busiest airports in western Europe?\

3- What is London's Notting Hill Carnival and when is it heldl?

4- This Stockholm Museum is devoted to a popular Swedish music group?

5- Name three of the UK's Channel islands?

6- What museum/attraction of the same name could you find in London, Blackpool, Vienna, Prague and Amsterdam?

7- What is Berlin's Uber famous department store?

8- What two countries are linked by a road and rail bridge and tunnel and which body of water does it cross and burrow under?

9- The writer James Joyce lived for a time as a young man in a Martello Tower situated beside the Forty Foot bathing place at XXXXXXXXX. The opening scene of Joyce's Ulysses is set in this tower. It now hosts a small Joycean museum, open in summer time. Bloomsday is celebrated in XXXXXXXXX in Joyce's honour on the 16th of June every year.
What is the name of this beach south of Dublin (and venue of where I celebrated my 21st birthday in homage to a writer that was so influential in my early life!)

10- Where in Rome would you find the Scala Santa (Holy Steps) of 28 white steps which devout pilgrims inch up saying prayers at the end of their pilgrimage to this Vatican-controlled church called the ??

Note - Anyone like to pitch in, like tom did magnifcently the other day and do a quiz or two or ten please do - any volunteers make your day known so I will dedsist that day or just post one before moi!

HELP! (Percy has volunteered to do a spell when he returns from Mexico - anyone else please step forward!) Merci bow cups!

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