On board Eurostar, in Seat Sixty-One...

Yours truly, in Eurostar's seat 61...


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Happy travelling, and remember the Man in Seat Sixty-One's top tip:

"Never travel without a good book and a corkscrew!"

Mark Smith

The Man in Seat Sixty-One...