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... closed a few minutes earlier. They were so forgiving and I have promised them I will pay for half of their pie when they eventually do return. If I recognise them. It had turned to the Christmas season so I was wearing present earings to make myself a tiny bit festive. Instead of my tiny love heart earrings. Now, these earings are so light that I forgot I wasn't wearing my tiny ones, so when a nice looking chap came through and said "I love your earings' I ...
... Wars, the Tower was again used as a prison, and witnessed the executions of 12 men for espionage. After the Second World War, damage caused during the Blitz was repaired and the castle reopened to the public. Today the Tower of London is one of the country's most popular tourist attractions. (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tower_of_ London).
Bundled up for the cold off we went. Straight through the gates with the tickets I had bought online before we left ...
... so we followed along with them. We then had a quick pit stop at our hotel to switch up into proper rain gear to fend off the trickles of rain – a little rain to ensure the authentic London experience. Our first official stop was Trafalgar square – a happening place with protests in one corner and soap box rants in another. We sat in on part of a choir practice in the nearby church called St Martin’s in the Field church which ...
... br> and it works. You see which characters are the bold, which ones are
the curious and which ones seem almost camera shy.
seems like a second later and we have transitioned from music back to
speech, or should I say breath. 7 Fingers have done a superb job of
using the basic human elements to create music, acts and show. Using
a looping box to create their own music on stage, the cast create
music to perform to with ...
... Great Fire started on 2 September 1666. Jamaican Coffee House - Known locally as "the Jampot" is located in St Michael's Alley, Cornhill was the first coffee house in London and was visited by the English diarist Samuel Pepys in 1660. It is now a Grade II listed public house and is set within a labyrinth of medieval courts and alleys in the City of London. The Star Tavern in Belgravia has seen plenty of well-heeled visitors – including Peter ...