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... off, and worth every penny and bit of discomfort to see.
I was on a bit of a downer after leaving Venice. It had been the high point of the whole trip and it was also the point where I turned Wym to the west and headed for home, so unsurprisingly the last few days ahead of me seemed like a bit of an anti-climax. The feeling didn't last for long, however, because I was soon back in the Mountains where I really like to be, especially after a month of elbowing in with ...
... different to Maduradam in the Netherlands and we found some tongue-in-cheek displays that children wouldn’t appreciate but adults would. The village had been decorated for Halloween and there were some rather large furry spiders draped over some of the buildings. To end our visit we watched a 10 minute 4D cartoon feature that was okay - what was more entertaining was a woman sitting near us who had no idea what 4D films featured and ...
after a week long of 21st birthday celebrations, leaving dos and saying goodbye to loved ones..my journey finally begins! very emotional morning saying goodbye to mum and dad, brother and his girlfriend and my cousins..still trying to get over the fact that it's real! soo many different emotions!! excitement and nerves being the main ones! goodbye England! see you next ...
... Church. As we left this precinct we saw a sign pointing to the oldest surviving house in Plymouth, situated behind St Andrews Church so we went to have a look. The house, called Prysten House, was built in 1498 as a merchant’s house and now contains a restaurant called The Greedy Goose.
Back at our hotel we checked in and are delighted to find that our room overlooks Sutton Quay an area with a marina, a number of restaurants and The Mayflower Steps.
... The Royal Albert Memorial Museum "Home to a million thoughts" was nice. The textured oils by Alan Cotton were beautiful.
The FanZone had big screens for fans to watch the Rugby World Cup. Between games there was live music today. I caught the Live Jacks, a jive-jazzing group. Later the 20 piece Locked Horns played some show tunes. Their finale was "New York, New York". One woman commented that she had never seen anyone take a picture of the loo before. ...