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... relax. By the time I'm finished, my feet are rested, I feel refreshed, and I’m ready for more walking!
England is hosting the 2015 Rugby World Cup, and there are 32 matches being played across England from mid-September to the end of October. England, Wales, Scotland, and Ireland are all playing, along with 16 other teams from around the world. You don’t hear much about rugby in the U.S., but the ...
... to the former kings and queens of England and Poet’s corner. The memorial to Handel included his likeness and a sheet of music from the Hallelujah Chorus carved in stone. You couldn’t take pictures inside so I got postcards
From the Abbey we walked to the 'Churchill War rooms’ which are now a museum open to the public. It cost £17 and came with an audio guide. When the war ended in August 1945 they just closed ...
... ones with the accents, go figure.
Anyway, back to the tour ….. we also learnt about the construction of the current theatre and how it has been built using the same building methods that would have been used for the original with a few, very small differences (sprinkler system on the roof, extra emergency exits etc). They even got permission to have a thatched roof, albeit with a waterproof base, which apparently took a long time to get as it is no ...
... back of a locals motorbike as he sped through Bangkok's rush hour traffic which was exciting, if not a bit scary! One bad day in five months is a good ratio I think. I should also thank my partner in crime, Chelsea. I probably wouldn't have gone travelling if it wasn't for Chelsea and she organised and planned it all with very little help from me in all honesty! It must be tough to put up with me for five months as well. My smelliness and terrible jokes to name just two ...
... by enthusiasts of steam. Very well maintained and not very crowded. The scenery was lovely and being the weekend there were lots of people out along the river enjoying the day. It was only an hour long but it gave us a chance to relax and enjoy our time here. We felt like fish and chips for lunch so we sat with the locals and enjoyed that then followed it up with a cream tea sitting at a big window looking out at the ...