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... the only things open were the restaurants and the produce shoppes. The jewelry and clothing stores remained closed for the day. Too bad because I had come to shop! Another time I suppose. Each restaurant spilled out onto the cobblestone streets since the interior spaces were so small. It was fast becoming crowded; the creperie had a line 10 deep. We made one loop to see all that was offered and I turned to ask Pete what he was ...
... mechanic we were quoted a similar fee to fix home properly. He did mention that Harold was pretty tough, and could be driven (slowly and carefully) to London in his current state. Financially this was the only option. The rain started to poor so all we could do was sit inside, and feel terrible that after 18 months Harold has let us down mechanically with about a week to go. We decided to head back to London from here, with some mandatory French stops along the ...
... wanted time to research our families and visit some of the ancestral towns/villages. In some ways, we didn’t get to do or see as much as we would have liked, but the emotional highs for us were when we did get to do/see other spots. Betty-Anne’s high was no doubt Welton-Le- Marsh, and Graeme’s was Rochdale.
We enjoy the history that Great Britain has to offer. Seeing ancient ruins, Norman castles and churches, Roman forts ...
'Til Paris! Today turned into an admin/rest day by default (by default that it was so hot and we were kn.. Tired! We did our washing as planned and got back to the hotel just after mid day. We decided that instead of going into the city for a few hours and coming back again to get changed to go back to the theatre we would just "chill" when I say chill I mean ensure that the fan is on full and we stay by it! Tonight ...
Perfectly for our last day in London we went to the Museum of London & explored their great exhibits covering the city story from pre Roman to current times. There's a place to see some remains of the original Roman Wall which was the city boundary, lots of relics, maps etc. A story & model of the Great Fire with readings from spectators including John Evelyn and a very moving film experience of The Blitz with real people ...