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... me a goo 15-20 minutes to ‘tune in’ to the language, the iambic pentameter, all that stuff. But this one all made sense right from the start. And it was so funny - the actor playing Benedict was just hilarious, the whole cast were great, keeping the play moving along at a good pace, even though it’s a very straightforward story stretched over two and a half hours. But in short it was much more entertaining than I expected, easy ...
... Most of the buildings in Bath are built of a tan stone from the region called Bath stone, and the style is decidedly Georgian, reflecting its 18th century heyday when royalty and the aristocracy visited the town to drink and bathe in the warm mineral springs.
Our first stop was the Bath Abbey, a magnificent gothic church that was once an abbey. It's famous for the huge stained glass windows, one they say is the size of a tennis ...
... was a lot like mine, only I didn't go on to directing major motion pictures. Different people, different paths. :) The rest of the three hour ceremony went by with a few forgotten hand shakes, a few trips over the microphone stand, a few mis-pronunciations and one missed graduate. Colleen was toward the end, and so we all perked up and screamed as loud as we could when she walked across the stage. We thought we did pretty well, until she told ...
... composition-fill-color: rgba(175, 192, 227, 0.235294);">Dinner: We ate at St. John's, another Michelin-starred restaurant. This place was special to us because the restaurant Feast in Houston was based on it. We went there (Feast) a number of times during our early dating days. It was our first exposure to such dishes as Welsh rarebit, bath chops, calf brains, spotted dick and other British classics. Feast (and St Johns) are ...
... and asks WTF (or something similar), tells us we are crazy, and goes back to sleep.
At a more normal wake up time of 7am, we wake Connor again. He is still puzzled as to why we were awake so early. I explain that it is because we are old ladies and between jetlag, menopause and general long-term insomnia, of course full night's sleep is not going to be easily accomplished. I can see he still doesn't get it - but there you go. Its only day 2 ...