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Having whizzed past St Albans many times on the train and looked across to see the massive cathedral on the hill it was a welcome visit to somewhere new that we did with our good friends John and Rita.
We arrived at St Albans City railway station which is about a half a mile walk from the centre and conveniently provides good connections for trains from Derby.
Our Wednesday visit coincided with market day so the centre was busy ...
... and the part that doesn’t work.
I can look forward to the day when I find the perfectly fitted and
stylish pair of Italian boots, and the better fitting and longer term situation
for me to live and work in Italy.
A lovely woman named Rosemary is going to be my host in
northern England next week. Her son Matthew
directed the new movie “Pride”, https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vsFY0wH pR5o,
a very important ...
Bus to the department stores - galeries Lafayette, mainly did some browsing, had coffe end found a french puzzle for freddy. Home for a nap for the boys. Lisa - french pharmacy to stock up on beauty products. Evening - walked through st germain to the jardins du Luxembourg. Walked back through the cute laneways of st germain, reminiscing about our first trip to paris where we stayed at hotel la perle in st germain. Dinner at Atlas in rue Buci - beautiful brasserie ...
... each coronation. All kings and queens of Britain have been crowned in this church since that time.
After the Abbey, I took the train to South Kensington to visit the Victoria and Albert museum. This is a museum of decorative arts, and has items from around the world. So, things like pottery, china and sculptures would be housed here. In the entrance, there is a 2 story Chihuly chandelier. It’s a very beautiful, free museum. When I visited, they had ...
Today, April 16th, was our last full day in London. We started our day by visiting the National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE). Unfortunately, with our large group, only the two faculty members and twenty students were able to attend this insightful presentation. For the other eight students, we tried our best to include them via a phone call. However, we will be discussing this presentation to ensure that every student is equally informed of the information. To ...