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And so after a long flight - 12+ hours - we arrived in Paris, grabbed a quick drink and then on to Birmingham. Unfortunately, Pat's suitcase decided to stop off in Paris but will hopefully be delivered tomorrow! Back to a sunny UK, with a temperature not much cooler than Hanoi yesterday, where the blossom is in full swing. Lots of memories of a lovely holiday. ...
... our way and arrived without too much delay to check in. Luggage was booked straight through - hopefully we would see it again in HCMC.
A short flight to Paris before we boarded Air France plane for the long flight to Vietnam. We dozed a bit, read a bit and watched films a bit to while away the time. Somewhere along the way we lost 7hrs in time difference and most of Thursday. And so we arrived - not sure if it was Thursday or Friday - ready to start our adventures. ...
... covered with the names of previous students carved into them. We are told that is no longer allowed! It is a free, private school. You just have to pass the very difficult exams to get in. We grab a late lunch from a sandwich barge on the river, take a 45 minute ride on a tour boat through the locks and on the river which was great timing as it started to rain and we were inside. Home to regroup before heading to the ...
... he lived with his children and wife. This home was where he wrote and spent the rest of his days. Sadly, it passed into the hands of a clergy man who became upset with the town and the tax on the house, so he demolished it. Now you can only see the gardens and the house owned by Shakespeare's daughter.
Next we visited the grave of Shakespeare, taking in the history of the town and its inhabitants. It was a beautiful day topped of by a visit to the sweets ...
... to England and Ophelia is laid to rest. Her grave is actually dug out if the dirt on stage, where she lay for the remainder of the play, different from the other production I saw where Ophelia is laid through the trap door in the stage, which is then closed. All in all it was a very intriguing take on the play.
After a long day walking around and a quick drive back (in the dark – thankfully not in the rain as well) the day was at last ...