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... triptych, which was cool. Then we listened to another guide talk about a Turner (of Turner Prize fame). Then we caught up with her again to listen to her talk about some Pre-Raphaelite paintings. I don't usually like guided tours of galleries, but these guides were great, mostly they gave us some back-stories and showed us some interesting parts of the paintings. I just hate it when they get all interpretive.
We have another week in London. YAY!
... is a catch...they have to be re-docked every thirty minutes otherwise further charges are applied. Once re-docked, you then have to wait five minutes, return to the machine for a new ticket and off you go again. So we pay our £4 with a contactless bank card and the machine spits out two release codes. We then attempt to unlock the bikes but the bike lock isn't having any of it. Ian persists re-entering the code several times and eventually we get the ...
... with olive oil - egg - and freaking arsenic, and then finally how expensive some were to make. There is a reason purple was reserved for royalty!!! After that we did a mad dash passed Big Ben, Parliment, West Minster Abbey, and then stopped (AMEN) and chowed at St. James park over looking Buckingham place (lol no big thing right :p...or NOT!!). Then we barreled on to visit Buckingham, sketched at Hyde Park ...
... the places and things and even some of the Scottish artwork that they talk about. It is nice to have time to read and to waste hours with books and people watching and commonwealth games. The train ride was beautiful. We passed wheat fields and meadows. Huge and flat and sandy yellow. The fields had strange patterns etched into them where creature or machine had flattened the ...
... it would quickly become something of a favorite to me. Out of the house and through the private gardens, I fell in love with the vine work covering the paths, making everything a bit more thrillingly exciting. Days like this when I can allow myself to be swept away into the life of another person from another time is what inspires my hunger to explore. I’ll never forget my time with Victoria in such a perfect ...