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... and then for drinks with some of the cast and some other people afterwards.
(Also thankyou to the lovely girl who gave me a feminine helping hand in the toilet before the show. I can't believe I wasn't prepared!)
I think that today was definitely a learning day...and I really wish, as a human race, we would do just than. Learn.
Lisa xo ...
... every year to see the 700 years old building that is the Church of England's coronation.
You can also plan to take a day trip by the hop-on hop-off bus that will take you to various places in and around central London. You will get the advantage of being able to get down from the bus at any place that you like, see the attraction and then hop on to the subsequent bus that is going on that route.
You can plan out a day when you ...
... also provided another opportunity for Greg to share his interest in Turner and provide commentary on details in other paintings. Now back to the story. The Tate is located in Millbank near the Thames and houses a timeline of English art from the last 500 years. The Tate Gallery is a masterpiece. The gallery must own “good taste and style” in London. The Turner Exhibition focussed on his later years. Greg frowned when he discovered ...
September 1 - from Chuck- catching up but waiting for access to WiFi
The evening of the 29th was informal - no tuxes tonight. We had a cocktail in the Chart Room before dinner and after dinner we went to a concert with our companions to hear Electra - two violinists playing many different kinds of music.
On August 30th Steven as usual had his bridge lesion at 10:30 and I found a quiet corner of the library to read my e-book. The library is a ...
... of Whales pub beforehand and ordered Nate's first ever fish and chips. We got a burger as back up, since he doesn't actually like fish, and decided to split both. We both regret not taking a picture of the fish because it was huge! Like, the size of a fish. No joke, it was one piece of cod and almost the length between my wrist and elbow. Perfectly battered - super crunchy with wonderful flaky fish inside with a side of great tartar sauce. Nate took ...