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lunes, 20 de mayo de 2013

 

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From 12th to 18th May 2013 it was National Sandwich Week in Britain

Brits eat around 12 billion sandwiches a year. Three million are bought in shops, but the majority are made at home, because it is British favourite lunchtime food.

The British Sandwich Association defines a sandwich as "any form of bread with a filling, usually eaten cold".

The most popular fillings are cheese, ham, chicken, egg, prawn and cucumber. But some people prefer them with lettuce and tomatoes, mayonnaise, bacon, tuna or sweetcorn.

Sandwiches have been around for centuries, but it was in the 18th century that they were given their name. They were named after an English aristocrat called John Montagu, the Earl of Sandwich.

 

 

 

 

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viernes, 03 de mayo de 2013

 

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The Channel Tunnel is a 50 km long undersea rail tunnel that connects south-eastern England with northern France (Dover-Calais).
At its lowest point it lies 75 metres under the ocean floor.

 

 

It was finished and officially opened in 1994.
Building the tunnel was a difficult engineering task. During the construction, period teams from both sides used special machines to bore through the mostly chalky rock and, almost 15,000 workers were employed by Eurotunnel.

 

 

 

The tunnel consists of two rail tunnels and a smaller service tunnel that lies between them. It is used an escape route and for repairs; it also supplies the two train tunnels with fresh air.

 

 

Three types of trains travel through the tunnel:
• Shuttle trains travel from Folkestone to Calais in about half an hour. Cars, trucks and buses can be loaded onto them.
• The Eurostar high-speed passenger trains bring people from Paris to London in 2 hours and 15 minutes and passengers from Brussels to London in 1 hour and 50 minutes.
freight trains.

 

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