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... the ship when it visited Lyttelton, and I remember what a beautiful colour it was. (The Queen chose navy rather than black.) We were stunned to see that the last time it went to NZ was 1976. Stephen and I both thought we'd been much older than that when we saw it. Anyway, these days, the interior is very well-kept, but oddly plain and old-fashioned. A lot of the furnishings were just like your grandmother's place, but that was to the Queen's taste - the way she liked it ...
The laws of serendipity have caused the National Museum of Scotland to host a special exhibition about the Ming Golden Age in China this summer just when I have become interested in all things Chinese. My sister and Silk Road travelling partner is here on holiday at the moment with her husband, and we resolved to visit the exhibition together on the first suitable day. Suitable in their book means weather not ideal for walking or cycling - and although they ...
... we (or me) has done absolutely nothing, I have a hideous cold , and have hardly been outside, need to watch that it doesn't turn into a Chest Infection, have anti -biotics with me.
Allison and Mark are going to the Tattoo tonight, we all go on Saturday night for the finale.
An early night for me, need to get over this as there is so much I want to see and do.
Love all your comments, it means a lot to both of us
Seussical is a musical complex amalgamation of many Dr. Seuss stories (mainly "Horton Hears a Who!", "Horton Hatches the Egg" and " The One Feather Tail of Gertrude McFuzz") put to song. I saw it performed by a bunch of students from the School of the Arts Rochester, who were in Edinburgh as part of a greater American High School Theatre Festival. In "It's a Small World - Epidode 4", one of the Mum's (Cherie) sat down in front of me ...
... go through security. So there we are entering the Parliament doors, and putting all our belongings in a tray like going through an airport and Patsy then being further examined all to enable Noel to have a pee. After successfully completing this task, we both said that after 5 hours on our feet, we would make our way back to the apartment. We were actually getting quite tired and a seat and a drink was required.
We had a pit stop for ...