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... to finally visit such an historic venue, home to Oliver, Burton, Gielgud et al, and to experience the reality that it actually feels rather like a smaller version of Christchurch's Theatre Royal, only slightly more down at heel. The performance itself was a mixed bag. James Earl Jones, at 81, is sadly a bit past putting in a good turn as Benedict, and the staging — Rylance set it in 1944 England with the Prince's party as visiting American airmen, presumably ...
So... Here goes nothing! I'm 31 and am looking at my life thinking I haven't seen as much of the world as I want/should have by now. Not by anyone else's standards I might add, just by my own. So I find myself ten days away from flying the long hall 12 hours to Singapore. Things are starting to move quickly now; time is taken up with little party's to say farewell to ...
... knowledge, this is the first time i've been able to see the works of the Italian, Dutch, and French masters up close, aside from the slim pickings that may pop up from time to time in Montreal. There's something admittedly affecting about recognizing a Rembrandt that i'd forgotten about since it struck my fancy during my teenage years. Again, my schooling in art history ended abruptly by the time i started college, but Renaissance and Baroque works still have ...
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The past few days have been somewhat relaxing; filling our days with walks, a touch of shopping and hunting London for good food (a tough challenge we have faced which has been disappointing).
On our way to Lords a few days ago (I seriously have no idea what day it is, what day I did things or what I've been doing in general) Sue and I got very excited out of the cab window when we spied a Westfield shopping ...
... up and rested for a while, toured their tall skinny home that had a lovely yellow room at the front of the house and cozy back room off the kitchen. We then gathered ourselves together and crossed the "green" to have pizza with Lynne and Ruth and then tour through the local mall (HUGE and very busy). We said our goodbyes and caught the tube to head back to Kennington Road to bed. Little heads hit the pillow at 10:30 exhausted by the day’s ...
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