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... we headed to our hotel to get ready to go to the play. The theatre which is newly renovated was incredible and how close u are to the actors is wonderful and especially for Shira. We saw Othello and they did an amazing production. Shira had read a synopsis before and was able to follow it very well. What an experience to see this in Stratford and we explained to Shira after that during Shakespeare's time his plays were not performed here but in London. A great day of British ...
Summers day forecast 18c so back in shorts. Morning tea at Launceston then on to the M5 with fuel and lunch near Bristol. VAT is 20% in UK. We had a good run on the M5 and are staying in Coventry tonight. £50 at the Jacobean Hotel in the bridal suite. We walked into town and visited the old area including the old Cathedral at the university that was burnt Dow. And is ...
... a bend of the River Avon. The original wooden motte-and-bailey castle was rebuilt in stone in the 12th century.
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They spent the night GLAMPING! Hannah told Elaine, "This isn't CAMPING!"
... playing a game. We caught a shuttle to the airport Ramada (marginal accommodations) so we could get up early and get to our flight with ease. July 7th Seattle to Toronto EARLY WAKEUP is not easy for us. After checking in for our flight we waited in the United Lounge, a perk of flying business class. We flew 4.5 hours to Toronto very uneventful flight. We navigated to the next lounge which was much larger and had ...
... lesser known songs and his cover of “Pressure Drop” went down perfectly. I don’t think he sang a single word of any of the choruses to “A Message to You, Rudy”. No need. The audience did it for him. It didn’t matter if they were six or sixty – everyone knew it. Just along from us there was a young lad, probably less than 10 years old who knew every word, from beginning to end, sitting on his dad’s shoulders so he could get a decent ...