Watch Cristiano Ronaldo stun guests with tennis ball skills on Chinese TV show
Cristiano Ronaldo was seemingly told one thing before this Chinese TV appearance: leave every open mouthed with some skills. Oh, and use a tennis ball. The Real Madrid star, sporting a back-to-front baseball cap and skinny jeans, tested his keepy-uppy
Hardened commuters share the secret Underground shortcuts that only Londoners know London Underground can seem like a maze to those who aren't used to it But regular commuters know the hacks to shave time off their journeys Passengers have shared... Some stops are actually closer to walk to above ground rather than following the not-to-scale Tube map such as Covent Garden and Leicester Square, which may only be a 45 second train ride but is usually easier to walk between. It takes 15 minutes to get to Paddington from Lancaster Gate on the Underground but is also only a five-minute walk, while it takes just 10 minutes to get from Knightsbridge to Sloane Square on foot. Any Londoner who has made the brave decision to take the stairs out of Covent Garden will tell you not to do it by any circumstances. It might be tempting to avoid the wait for one of the four lifts but the 193 steps are the equivalent to climbing to the top of a 15-storey building. There's also a lift trick for a swift exit at Earls Court and Tufnell Park guaranteed to ensure you're the first person out rather than impatiently waiting at the back of the crowd. Simply tuck yourself into either of the corners closest to doors as you walk into the lift rather than going to the back. Getting stuck walking through the seemingly never-ending corridors at Bank/Monument stations - one of the busiest interchanges on the network - can be tiresome, especially at peak times. Save some time when changing to the Central line from either the DLR or District line by following signs to the Northern line platforms. Walk along these and head straight along the curved tunnel to the spiral stairs. This avoids having to go up and down several escalators and steps. You can also avoid a load of escalators by changing lines at Euston when travelling on the Northern line to get to the Victoria line. Simply take the Bank branch and change at Euston where you can walk from the Tube and through to the Victoria line platform to save going up and down the stairs at Charing Cross.
Claude Lenfant's Chicken Marsala (black pepper, chicken, parsley, chicken broth, margarine, marsala wine, tomato, salt, shallot)
Claude's Baked Beans (baked beans, brown sugar, green beans, celery, sausage, kidney bean, onions, mustard, tomato paste, wax beans)
Hearty Ham Sandwiches (ham, horseradish, mayonnaise, mustard, onions, sourdough bread, swiss cheese)
Brazilian Court Orange Butter (triple sec, lemon zest, orange juice, orange zest, sugar, butter)
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