Gabi's favourite app
Biggest city of England
Where does the Queen of England live?
A famous bridge in London.
Name of a famous clock tower in London.
Name of the river that goes through London.
First person from Hello Talk that Gabi met in person.
Most beloved hot drink in England.
Prince William's wife.
English for "Abenteuer".
Lastname of the author of "Easy Stories in English".
houses of parliament
the london eye
saint pauls cathedral
great ormund street hospital
tower of london
natural history museum
tower of london
imperial war museum
horse guards parade
Lots of animals live here (6,3)
The crown jewels are here (5,2,6)
The queen lives here (10,6)
Wax works museum (6,8)
A big wheel (6,3)
you can see Dinosaurs here (7,7,6)
£10 notes come from here (4,2,7)
A park in London
Dogs and cats home
See the history of war here (7,3,6)
a famous running event in April
From Eastbourne which station in London do we arrive at
The underground railnetwork in London is known as the what?
a Palace in London with a park
the name of the catherdral (2,5)
The river running through London
a venue built for the year 2000 (10,4)
The prime minister lives here (7,6)
A famous department store
a famous old ship HMS
River which runs through Paris
The indigenous people of Paris
Paris is the capital city of which country?
The population of Paris city (in millions)
Julius Caesar (Romans) renamed Paris to this in AD58-55
Paris neighbourhoods are generically referred to as these (Translates into 'around')
Paris has a 'north temperate' climate, which includes four distinct seasons. This is commonly referred to as this
One of many famous parks in Paris
Famous Parisian cathedral
Famous Iron structure built from 1887-1889 which stands 300 metres tall
Famous commemorative monument on the Champs Elyses, commissioned by Napolean 1 and took 30 years to build
Annual mens cycle race which finishes in Paris. The race was first started in 1903 by a sports newspaper to increase sales
Famous Parisian museum and home to the famous painting 'Mona Lisa'
PRoman Catholic church dedicated to the 'Sacred Heart' of Jesus. Consecrated in 1919 it is located at the highest point in the city of Paris
Elegant Kings palace on the outskirts of Paris
popular French pancakes commonly eaten in Paris
Paris underground transport sytem
Tower of London
What building is north of TEB?
What building is south of building 2?
What building is on the north end of Sylvania?
What is the name of the art gallery on CAS campus?
What system does each dispatcher test once a week?
Who is the campus Sgt at Cascade?
How many main campuses at PCC?
6400 N Cutter Circle
What campus is located in Scapoose?
What is the brevity code for on scene?
Who answers the code blue phones at Newberg Center?
what campus uses the cad location quad
What student parking lot is close to AM and CSB?
In what building is the makers lab located?
Officer Campbell works at which campus?
What system is used to access student information?
What is the common name for Metro in CAD?
1626 SE Water Ave is what center ?
What is the cad code for student union?
what is the CAD location for lesser gate?
Where is the fish pond at RC?
Which campus has a museum?
How many campuses have ceramics?
What building is the library at Rock Creek?
He famously said ‘I think therefore I am’
Name of the dolls, Russian, of course
Greek hero classed as ‘tamer of horses’
What did Frank say he was, in ‘World on a String’?
The designer of King Minos' Labyrinth
The number of heads Cerberus had
They transformed into a laurel tree in Greek Mythology. Clue: they weren't a cute little chick
Santa's country of origin
Another name for Reindeer
The year the Republic of Yugoslavia ended
Famous sequence notably linked to patterns in nature and investments
A stick of this was placed in Rowan Atkinson's gift wrapping in Love Actually
The country was Mike Myers was born in.
The gang of people who used concrete shoes as a method of disposal of unwanted characters.
In order of release date, what was the 3rd Star Wars film
He bellowed, ‘Are you not entertained?!’ in the arena
A famous dance type originating in the 1920’s
Nationality of King Wenceslas
Strong green herbal liqueur - without a fairy
The stoic philosopher who said, ‘It is not what happens to you, but how you react to it that matters.’ clue: he had a nice pair.
Rough number of dog years to human years
The confectionery item Richard Nixon accidentally said he was.
The number of pieces of gingerbread used to make a classic gingerbread house.
Famous Champagne developer (surname) who was also a Monk
Natural history museum
Houses of Parliment
10 Downing Street
Tower of London
St james park