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On Monday, after a short kip and a cleanup, I walked to St Paul's Cathedral for a special service for the work of St Ethelburga's. This is an ancient church built in the 1060's in the City, which survived the Great Fire and the Blitz, but was destroyed by an IRA bomb in 1993. It was rebuilt and is now a centre for peace and reconciliation between …
... This really is a wonderful place full of life and history and beauty. One of my favorite things I experienced today was how many different people are in London. Just when I was sitting in the park for a bit, I heard a number of conversations in multiple different languages! It truly is beautiful! That, and everyone has a dog, most people more than one, and most of them are Yorkies. It's great! Much love to all! Cheers! ...
... just a handful of us remaining. This made the trip to Brugge in Belgium a quiet one. I was so tired that I honestly couldn't be bothered exploring Brugge during the hour and a half we had there, so instead had lunch with Jess, Gen, Carly, Kat, Sarah, Kim, and Laura at an Italian restaurant overlooking the town square. Before long, it was time to get back on the bus to make our way to Calais where we had to catch our boat to the Port of Dover in England. It was in Calais that ...
... We sat in Trafalgar Square for lunch then went to a neat cafe in the crypt under St Stephens church for dessert ( see the photos). We tried to get down to 10 Downing St, but it was closed and guys with machine guns were on guard, so no. Then using the same bus ticket we could do a Thames River cruise, it went from Tower Bridge all the way down to Greenwich. The rain started then and we got a bus back to central London for another view of the ...
... in that it recognised many of the navy disasters, and the deaths at sea. We the strolled up the hill to the observatory, (actually we climbed up a quite steep hill in 30 degree heat) . We took a tour of the first astronomers home with about a high school of children. We then queued ( the British do it so well!) to stand on the meridian line and have a photo. The queue was managed by a very efficient and determined guide from a Vietnamese background. She made sure that ...
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