SACO Holborn - Lamb'S Conduit St
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... sound, matching pitch/sound with others, and creating different harmonies and dissonance. One particularly interesting exercise was closing our eyes and varying our sound while we walked around gravitating toward other sounds that we liked. We ended the workshop by learning a very simple four part harmony exercise with just vowel sounds (no words) and it actually ended up sounding quite nice. I'm sure it was a nice intro for those in our group who do ...
... but got to the airport at about 8. Check in was smooth and we could use the BA lounge as the Emirates one at Heathrow was closed for refurbs. We ate in the lounge then boarded the plane and after take off got given mattresses to make the seats more comfy then tried for some sleep. We all slept a bit and were woken about 5 hours later for a light breakfast before landing in ...
It's the end of the week, the sun is shining and we are preparing ourselves for a 4 am cycle across the capital.
Everything is packed and the tandem is fully loaded and been for a quick spin to check it is all ok- which it is.
So we set off for London Liverpool Street at about 4.30am to catch a train to Harwich where we board a ferry for Holland which leaves at 9am
... Elton John would probably like it :) The room itself was ok, it was the bathroom, thank god I am not a 300lb man, see pictures below. There was no toilet paper in the bathroom so I asked the guy at the front desk and he hands me half a roll ?!?!?!?. Anyways, the room was clean and the bed was comfortable so all in all I did not mind.
After settling in and gathering a few items, I took ...
... Wellington and Waterloo as well as a display of weapons and artefacts from that period. At the top of the Arch we had a nice view over Hyde Park, the Australian War Memorial and over the walls into Buckingham Palace Gardens. Unfortunately we did not see an royalty out walking in the garden.
While we were at Hamley’s briefly last night we noticed that they were having a green screen photo shoot today as a promotion for the new ...