Just in case you decide to defy the latest terrorist alert and travel to Europe, I’d like to give you a little warning. Movie going in London is not the same as movie going in Boston or anywhere else that I know of in the US. On a recent trip we decided to go to the "cinema". We purchased our tickets at the box office, bought refreshments and proceeded to our seats. At least, we thought they were our seats. As we watched the coming attractions, a couple made their way down our aisle and told us we would have to move! We were in their seats! At first, I argued that we were there first. Then, the couple with the accent invited me to look at my ticket stub. What a surprise! It is common practice to be assigned a seat number, which you can request, when buying tickets. Looking for a seat in the dark in London is no more fun than looking for one in Boston. Am I the only one that has experienced this when traveling abroad?
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