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... over by subsequent street artists in a matter of a few months. Whilst street artists know that this is the whole point of street art – that it is free, temporary, frequently illegal and not owned by anyone – I can’t help but think how it must pinch just that little bit when someone paints over a huge mural that you’ve spent hours and maybe days of your life perfecting.
This time, Gary was the guide, and this was our 4th tour using ...
... Alexis too, and heard about her settling in to Geneseo- which I'm missing dearly. Kallie and I messaged for a while too :). I couldn't fall asleep until like 3 am. I threw my schedule off by sleeping in.
Whichhh I did again on Sunday. I have to admit moving to London was probably bad judgement on my part- as my mood and energy levels are highly dependent on the weather. Seeing as it is grey, gloomy, and rainy here like 75% of ...
... and many more. We even saw a statue of Abraham Lincoln!
On Saturday, we enjoyed the local festival celebrating classic books such as The Cat in the Hat, The Hungry Caterpillar, and Peter Rabbit. They had a parade as people dressed up as storybook characters riding their decorated bicycles. Then all gathered in the City Park ...
... we will have a look at the famous Cathedral and then cross the Thames and head north a bit - probably to Cambridge!
WEDNESDAY 3rd JUNE
Drove into Canterbury and as usual paid the hefty parking fee to stop near the Cathedral. Walked the narrow cobbled streets for a bit, but the area was quite grotty and full of school children on excursions! There was a £10 fee to enter the Cathedral and after seeing dozens of others in Europe ...
... of his time year by year. It is a fascinating story well-presented with many photos and recordings from the time. It captures Churchill’s strong personality and sense of purpose. We later had lunch in the cafe in the war rooms and then emerged up on the streets to walk back to our hotel. Tonight we have dinner at LeGavroche with Tony Willy, a friend we made on our trip to Easter Island. Ron has never met him, but I know he will enjoy his company.
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