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“Fair's Fare!”

published 23/10/2004

AdvantagesFriendly, great range of journeys and HECK - so CHEAP!!

DisadvantagesMaybe a little uncomfy for less dedicated bargain hunters. Must be booked online.

...'s what. Time to turn from the station and go to the bus depot, because chances are that if you live in or near a city there's a Megabus service running near you, and believe me, you want to know about it if you're planning a day trip somewhere. I don't know much about the company itself. They seem fairly new, and something of a bus equivalent of low cost airlines ? you pre-book on the website...

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AdvantagesLot's of great stories, interesting and varied, many pages

DisadvantagesMight be too expensive for some

...Background: Vanity Fair is published by Conde Naste and costs £3.40. In 1913 Conde Nast bought a men's fashion magazine named "Dress" he then renamed the magazine "Dress and Vanity Fair" publishing four issues in 1913. It is said that Conde Naste paid $3,000 so that he could have the right to use the name "Vanity Fair" in America, but it is not known if the right was given by an earlier...

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AdvantagesEntertainment, fun, pictures loads of information

DisadvantagesPrice and advertisements

...My first introduction to Vanity Fair was in my childhood when I used live in a remote village. There was an outlet called Vanity fair where all sorts of goodies were available and when ever we were in need of something which was not easily available we went to Vanity fair and lo it was there. As I grew up I came across John Bunyan?s Pilgrim?s Progress and there I came know of another Vanity fair...

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