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... few down from the 3, and another 2 seats in another section but at about the same level in the "circle." After paying, I debated whether or not to share this bit of news with the rest of the family. Realizing that I couldn't fudge the gulf of space between us without revealing my mishap, I sheepishly fessed up and took the ribbing. The play was nonetheless a spectacular joy of entertainment, which was a top 3 event for all of us for the whole trip to ...
... before. From there to the Natural History Museum next door. Again, a vast collection organised in a flowing path that takes you through time and space. School kids everywhere with teachers trying to contain exuberance or noise, without much success. These two occupied most of my day. The bus tour then took me past Baker Street so a trip to 221b was in order. After the grand museums, the Sherlock Holmes museum was somewhat disappointing. Then again, this ...
... the trip! After viewing the Tower Bridge, we continued to drive into downtown London and saw the London Eye, Big Ben, the Houses of Parliament, Westminster Abbey, and Buckinghan Palace. I took many pictures because all of these buildings were magnificent in real life and I am so excited that I had the opportunity to visit them. At Buckingham Palace, we saw the changing of the guards and watched them ...
... home and Paddy and I stayed and went all the way along the Arcade, saw the beadles, then went across the road to Fortnum and Mason. Spent a little while here, where the male staff wear tails, and everyone was very friendly. The goods they sell here are much more refined than Harrod's. We bought some chocolate and caught the tube home.
As it was Saturday night, lots of people were smartly dressed and going out. There were several ...
... games are on TV here. None are on free to air. And only about one or two per week are on pay TV in the pubs. It is archaic. On Tuesday night, we went to the local pub expecting to have a choice of six matches. There were none. Not even one. There were three guys on TV in a studio commentating the big matches. And ... there was a game of Spanish football to watch. Are you serious?
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