De Vere Venues Hunton Park
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... past a theatre we decided to see if they had any cheap seats for tonight. The show was "The death of a salesman". They had a few seats but they were not cheap. We enquired at the cheap ticket office at Leicester Square station and bought a couple of seats for the same play at a better price. We were close to Jamey's Italian, so had dinner there as I was keen to ...
Left the hotel in Cobham at 10:15 and was in Wolhampton by 12:30. From Cobham to Basingstoke there is a roundabout every mile and the roads are bumpy with many inspection panels that are well below the level of the road. It wasn't until I reached the A339 that I could a ...
... such a modern piece of architecture for a top notch club to play in. The game itself was absolutely intense and really has made me open my eyes to the game of football. To begin the day was cold and snowy, and waiting for the gates to open you could see the significance of security as the police force in Manchester seemed to have brought every person on their payroll. When we got into the stadium we were sectioned off ...
... 2 rooms they rent out), so it wasn’t entirely the same. It still felt quite surreal, and there was an odd sense of familiarity, and that all so common feeling that we were only there yesterday, but also like it was an age ago.
At least this time around it was a darn sight easier getting into town from the airport as there was no tube strike to contend with! After we caught up with Michael and Nicola and marvelled at how much Connor had grown in ...
... ourselves so we headed down towards Leicester square near our theatre for Urinetown. We found a delicious small little Egyptian place for dinner which really hit the spot after a full day of sightseeing. The streets were starting to get busy with the evening show crowds and the theatres were all displaying bright lights and signs – much like the streets of Broadway in New York! We ended up having seats right up near the front for Urinetown, ...