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... home in East London. When it was first built Hackney was a quiet, rural village where many wealthy and powerful people lived, including Thomas Cromwell. It started its life as a Tudor Palace built by Sir Ralph Sadleir, a knight and diplomat in the court of King Henry VIII. The house has also been home to silk merchants, boarding schools, Huguenot families, a church institute, trade unions and squatters!
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... an Eye is built and ride it. So when in London...... The Eye is what the Eye is. A slow moving, bloody big Ferris wheel, but it does give great views of London, and as the drizzle abated we actually got to see maybe a kilometre over the city, and that was still pretty cool. Another train ride, and Google directions, and we meet Ali and Joe at Dickens Inn. I'm sure this quaint pub has a back story, but I don't know it, but it is situated in a lovely part of London Town, next to ...
After and great sleep we awoke to a beautiful sunny day in London - blue skies and an absence of chilly breeze. After a light breakfast we decided that a visit to the Royal Academy of Arts was the order of the day, especially as the Summer Exhibition 2015 was underway. The Royal Academy is housed in a beautiful building in Piccadilly and the exhibition had almost every fine art style and genre represented. The photos ...
... an international author of a book Love Does which is on the NY best seller list. He was amazing- dynamic, compelling and influential- we loved listening to him and were really refreshed by attending church.
Marcus then booked us into an English pub- The Green Man- where we enjoyed traditional roast beef and fish and chips. It was delicious :)
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Was good to see Mark and Zsuzsi, Mark being on holidays for Friday and Monday and Zsuzsi worked from home. He thought we would need a nap during the day, no way but we hit the sack early as the eyes didn't want to keep open much longer. We had a walk along the river in the afternoon around Staines. This part of a London is quite pretty.
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