This wasn’t one of our planned locations, but when Master T saw the bollard on the embankment, he asked whether it could be a location too. I only had to think for a second and said: “I think it should be.”

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This bollard was inside a kind of construction site and used to tie the gates to
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An image was taken and it was repeated a while later, on a different part of the embankment.

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The second and better photo at a bollard, with the lights from the other side of the river in the background
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There were two war ships moored to the quay and sailors were returning to the ships. I frequently had to wait for a group of the sailors to walk pass us before I could open my coat.

On the second photo I am standing in front of one of the well-known restaurants, where people were enjoying dinner and a drink.

Have you done a Scavenger Hunt yet? Come on, it’s fun and you can earn your own badges. Otherwise you can just follow the links and see other locations from other participants.

This is my 44th Scavenger Hunt location.



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