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... well. They've been before and were very generous with suggestions on what to do. We all thought it would be really funny if our paths cross again in France. Lance and Libby were very entertaining and I found it hilarious when Libby declined to order another drink because she was "too smart for that after having plenty at dinner" and then proceeded to drink most all of Lance's wine because "he didn't need it". So cute!
I finished my pâté and soup-tonight it was broccoli ...
... was followed by a visit from Cat and lunch with Natalie up in town, it has helped to start making me feel as if I'm back. I look forward to so much to seeing the rest of you and catching up with your news, you have been missed!!
Over the past six months, I explored a corner of the world that I have never been to before (Asia and Indonesia), as well as a part of the world I'd not been to since I was eight (Australasia). I was there when two of ...
London Day 2 Trained in to St Pancras again then tubed to Green Park and walked through the park to Buckingham Palace to watch the changing of the actual Regiment that provide the guards, promising some horse parades and brass bands. Unfortunately all the changeover stuff goes on behind the big fence, but It was still a good atmosphere with the band playing and the horse parade. London is chokka with tourists and holiday poms at present , but ...
Today I play the waiting game.
I don't leave until tomorrow night, and I dont have all that much to do.
Well I didn't until I got an email saying you have just put 274 pounds on your travel card.
**** LISA. IF YOU ARE GOING TO EUROPE YOU WOULDN'T THINK TO PUT EUROS ON YOUR CARD WOULD YOU???!!
And instead of using my quote intelligent ...
... But where were the pigeons? We soon discovered the reason for their absence!
We then walked towards the Thames, passing Horse Guards Parade Grounds and 10 Downing Street. One thing we noticed was the number of school groups on excursions.
Next stop was Big Ben as it was getting close to noon and we wanted to hear the chimes of this famous clock. Houses ...