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... few sessions with our course director and main acting teacher Andrea Brooks and her assistant Chris Mead. As well as been briefly introduced to a few of our other instructors. I won't go into detail of our class structure until next week when I've had the chance to live in it a little bit. Needless to say it looks both exciting and challenging. As for Andrea, she seems like both a wonderful teacher and human being, and I am excited to see what she ...
... original Hard Rock Cafe in Picadilly Circus, and we again parted ways with Collin. His European sightseeing will continue with his family as they visit Paris, Munich, and Rome. But it was a fun farewell evening as we chomped on burgers and fries to the tunes of Elvis, Otis Redding, and The Cure.
Not wanting the night to end quite yet, we took an evening walk along the Thames to visit the Globe Theatre and the ...
... the Stuart dynasty and their tragic story. The Kings Apartment which have been restored and show the court of George II and his wife Queen Caroline. The Victoria apartments revealed to us the rooms where Queen Victoria was born and lived the majority of her life, including the room where she held her first Privy Council on 20 June 1837 upon learning that she was now the Monarch at 18 years of age, ruling for almost 64 years. The final area ...
... hair was a mess, she had missing teeth and she had peeling skin. It's was make-up, calm down people. So, she talked for a bit about how we had the plague and that we had spread it over the castle. We entered through a dark doorway and entered the first room. She talked about the plague and stuff like that. And mum entered the next room. So, we were walking in to the next ...
On Day 14, my cousin and her husband dropped me at the station and I was again on the 3 hour ride to London. It was even more memorable because, I used the wifi to logon to skype with my sons and mom and showed them views outside the train. They were thrilled to see bits and pieces. And it was heart warming to see their innocent faces beaming with joy and anxiously telling me that I will be back in about 25 days :-).
But an interesting incident ...