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... but not open at this early hour. It's 9am and we are off to rejoin the Thames Path just as the church clock is chiming the hour. There are two paths down to the river. We choose the one which takes us over the ancient dykes mentioned in our previous blog. It's pretty chilly today and we are a little exposed as we walk on top of the dykes but we have a fine view from up here. From the dykes we continue on along the edge of a few fields until we reach Days ...
... up with laughter watching people like us. We weren't the only ones to do it as we watched another car do the same thing. We eventually made it out after about 20 minutes.
The SatNav was playing and told us to do a U-turn on the M6 and take roundabouts that didn't exist. We ended up on the Toll motorway unintentionally but it turned out to be the best 5 pound that we've spent. At the toll plsza, an old man two cars ahead of us just chucked his ...
... It's unique in it's usage of a family home, monument and mausoleum. The palace stretches over 7 acres and is designed with a central courtyard, known as the Great Court and two flanking wings on either side, creating a U shape. Palaces built during this time were just as much about it's grandeur and magnificence and less about convenience for the inhabitants.
None of us are prepared for the grandness of the palace. We drive through the elaborate, gilded ...
... because we have too many students to fit in the hall all at once, so we had to do two dinners - one from 5-6PM and one from 6-7PM. In the free hour the students had refreshments on the quad and we did our best to stop them from wandering off. I was in the second seating, so I spent the first hour chatting with Natalie, Kate, and Ruth about the girls' crazy shoes and dresses. There were some super tacky/impractical shoes. I will never understand the three-inch ...
... s plan. I helped Ed put invitations to the neighbors together. As we didn't know any of the neighbors, we addressed each of the invitations to the house or house number and then put them in each neighbor's mail slot. There are about 11 or 12 houses all located in a "close" or cul-de-sac. The invitations read:
We are Ed and Erika from No. 4 and we would like to invite you to drinks at our house from 5 'til 6pm on the 31st ...
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