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... Trafalgar Square, had a bite to eat at Pret a Manger (Melissa's picture therein is in homage to Miss. Ally Jane Grossan--it is one of her favorites). We cannot believe how many Prets there are in this town. Many, many more than Starbucks even.
We took Uber to the CPAP manufacturer's offices. Uber is big and fantastic here. A lot cheaper than the public taxis. The Uber experience was ...
... to the theatre before excitedly sitting down to watch War Horse. To sum it up in one word: STUNNING. Visually stunning and emotionally stunning. The puppetry is so magnificent and fascinating and realistic that you honestly believe you're looking at real horses jumping around the stage, and the skylarks flying around before swooping over the first few rows of school kids were fantastic. The actors/puppeteers who make the horses come to life ...
... to spend much time in it anyway. There was a nice little restaurant round the corner from the hotel which served us well for dinner as we were both tired by now and didn't feel up to going back to the city centre. We'd forgotten how tiring London is, and of course we had had an early start and had done alot of walking. So on to sleep before the first leg of our journey home, a four hour train ride to the Holyhead ferry. Happily, not another early start!
... br style="line-height: 25.5599994659424px;">And what a show it was! The crowd were the loudest I'd heard and I was so glad.
The cast of Sequence 8 deserved every second of that. The sold out. The whistling. The standing ovation. And the 5 oncores.
I could not take the smile off my face.
... near “our” tube station – all within 3 blocks of one another.
Plate du jour: the Thai “sampler”
Beverage du jour: a wonderful IPA whose name escapes me
Factoid du jour: The Tower Bridge acquired its present colour scheme of red, white and blue as a result of EQII’s silver jubilee in 1977.
Off to Paris tomorrow for some pain du chocolate, moules et frites, and perhaps a little red….