SACO Covent Garden - Floral St
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... maximum enjoyment in minimal time. With so much to do in the city of London it is important that one does not miss out on anything as crucial as a landmark. The bus tours introduce the tourists to a new concept of valuable memory. London has a certain class with its elegant gardens and royal palaces which make the trip so eventful and memorable. With tours such as these it is a great experience for all who come here. ...
... row, right under the chandelier
(Spoiler alert) and when it fell it was awesome as it comes quite low over the
audience before crashing on the stage. I wasn’t too impressed with the guy
playing the Phantom, whose singing was definitely up to scratch, but he kept
crying and played the Phantom as a bit of a wuss. However, this was only a
minute thing in seeing what is possibly the greatest musical ever.
The following day was just as ...
... a coffee at Costas before going back to the hotel to get ready to go out and meet David's nephew Richard and his partner Laura for dinner.
This entailed a very straightforward trip on the underground through to Brixton (Victoria line all the way), and we met them as scheduled at the top of the stairs on the right. We then went for a bit of a look at the diverse range of food paces in the Brixton market area, which is clearly much ...
... we anticipated, the Spring Tides affect the ferries, eventually we arrived back at Greenwich, we loved this and took some time out to have a beer at a Local pub before retracing our steps under the Thames.
Later home than expected, Glenis slapped up a meal and put a load of washing on.
Next Blog is of our Apartment and environs, we are entertaining again tomorrow night ...
... was fascinating seeing inside the re-created Globe, just down the road from the site of the original building constructed in 1599. Being south of the river was a fairly undesirable place in those days with brothels and drinking houses, bear-baiting arenas and the prison. The 'penny stickards' were the low-life who paid a penny to stand around the front of the thrusted out stage (700 could cram in) and the seats cost more the ...