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... and several of the sporting venues including the Olympic Stadium, the London Aquatics Centre, the Velodrome. All overlooked by the ArcelorMittal Orbit an observation tower and Britain's largest piece of public art.
Originally called Olympic Park, during the Games, it was renamed afterward to commemorate the Queen's Diamond Jubilee.
Most of the park reopened by July 2014, under the management of the London Legacy ...
... Auckland Son Jason Wolsey, age 22 is in IT (cloud), in Invercargill. He was interested in P's work, so gave him P's email. Took some photos of the agriculture in the wide valley around Five Rivers. After Mossburn we crossed some rounded hill country with some hillsides of red grass evidently protected by conservation managements. Then some wilderness areas on sandy ground (Whitestone River valley?). Temperature reached 20 degrees for the first time. Nice motel in Te Anau ...
... their group! We met our tour guide at Sheppard's Bush and hopped on a coach to get to Hampton Court Palace, Henry VIII's palace (that he stole from Cardinal Wosley). It took us about 45 minutes to get there. The outside of the palace looked impressive! Our guide, Joel, was super knowledgable about English history and he took us into the Great Hall. They used the Hall for banquets and performances, and it is very likely Shakespeare would have performed there (as part of ...
Nearer to the hotel, (south) in Mabini Street is Malate Church.. It is a Baroque-style church, which faces the Rajah Sulaiman park and beyond Manila Bay. The church is dedicated to Nuestra Seņora de Remedios, the patroness of childbirth!
Remedios Circle, east of Malate Church is reportedly nothing much to look at during the day, but at night it becomes transformed into the heart of one of Manila's most exciting nightlife ...
... or sing in the choir, so although the college was small, there were a lot of performers.
Along the way we got good views of the Gherkin and the Shard, truly odd buildings when mixed in with the ancient history and the Victorian and Edwardian buildings left after the Blitz of 1941.
We also passed the replica of the Golden Hinde, the ship in which Sir Frances Drake was the first Englishman to circumnavigate the globe, from 1577 to 1580. He ...