Thursday, January 25, 2007

Weird tourists

Good morning, Here is a funny text:

Staff at the national tourism agency VisitBritain have been left scratching their heads at some of the questions posed to them this year. These include such clangers as:
"Are there any lakes in the Lake District?"
"Is Wales closed during the winter?"
"What is the entry fee for Brighton?"
"Do you have any information on (former Page 3 girl) Samantha Fox?"
"Why on earth did they build Windsor Castle on the flight path of Heathrow?"
"Can you tell me who performs at the circus in Piccadilly?"
"What Tube line runs to Edinburgh?"
"What time does the midnight train leave?"
"Which bus do I get from the Orkney Islands to the Shetland Islands?"
"Is Edinburgh in Glasgow?"

Some of the other daft questions posed to VisitScotland staff included:
"Can you tell me where the mountain is in Scotland?"
"Are there any curves in the roads here, or are they all straight?"
"Are there any Sheena Easton museums in Glasgow?"
"What time of night does the Loch Ness monster surface and who feeds it?"

LOL have a GREAT day! (I'll probably make some pictures again this weekend, so stay tuned)

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