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... wife entertaining some guests. Late in the evening, as the alcohol had taken its effect on Churchill and he had become quite difficult and obnoxious, one of the female guests turned to his wife and said "if I was married to your husband, I would put poison in his dinner." To which Churchill calmly replied in a split second "Madam, if I was married to you, I would eat it."
We spent two and a half hours at the War Rooms but it would have been easy to spend many ...
... is a cave! So amazing! We sat outside but I am putting 'getting a table inside the grotto' on my London wishlist!
Anyway it was really lovely to see the girls! After three bottles of wine we decided we could do with some food though and ended up at Las Iquanas for sangria and Mexican food. Definitely more wine than I needed!
... re Filipino?". I said "yes". Apparently, I don't look Filipino to everyone or maybe my American accent throws them off. Anyways - she flips back to Filipina and whispers to me "Come back in the evening, half-price". LOL
I went back to the hotel because I wanted to check in for the airlines - on my computer. British Airways has a 24 hour check in time before departure. I wanted to get in early so I could get my window seat. I paid $42 extra to reserve a window seat ...
... treat of having them perform quite a few pieces which I had conducted before. The last programmed elements were three audience participation carols: God Rest Ye Merry, Gentlemen, Oh Come, All Ye Faithful and Hark! The Herald Angels Sing. I have used my friend Sir David Willcocks' arrangements of many carols but particularly Oh Come, All Ye Faithful and Hark! The Herald Angels Sing in my past, so I sang the high descant. I was in heaven!
Wednesday I ...
... tired. Had a lovely time in London this morning. We went for a big walk and saw the London eye, Trafalgar square, the river Thames, Big Ben and lots of beautiful old buildings. We went and had a couple of beers at a pub, which was actually a boat, down at the river. Ten it was time to catch the train. We caught a cab to paddington station, which is where the train left for Bristol. ...