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... but a walk around the city, which has a fair few old buildings lining the main streets, was pleasant enough and gave us an appetite for lunch.
The mediaeval town grew up around the foundation of St Albans Abbey. This is the spot where tradition has it that Saint Alban, the first British Christian martyr, was beheaded around AD 324. It was at one time the principal abbey in England and the first draft of the Magna Carta was drawn ...
... film coming soon to Seattle. He also directed
Matilda a musical at the Cambridge Theatre in the West End. On Wednesday I
will attend a matinee. This will be my first experience of theatre in a large
I just finished a book as I arrived in London called “House
in the Sky” by Amanda Lindout, who was kidnaped by Muslim extremists in Somalia
in 2008. I have never been immersed in Muslim culture before, and I am trying ...
Slept well in Bertrand's apartment (via airbnb), in the heart of paris - 1st arr. on rue de rivoli. Breakfast of croissants, coffee and yoghurt at the boulangerie downstairs. Then walked along the seine, through the gardens of the louvre, through to the Tuileries. Discovered the playground. Had a picnic lunch of ham and cheese ...
... of wedding dresses and Italian Fashion.
After the V&A, I had sushi nearby. This is a sushi train restaurant, where you sit around a circle bar. The sushi chef makes different dishes in the middle, and then puts them on a conveyer belt that goes around the bar. You just grab what you want off the conveyer belt. I got there right when they opened, so everything was made as I watched. It was great, and really nice if you are alone (and want to try small portions ...
... the presentation, Thomas Wilkinson is a pharmacist who worked in the clinical trials area of NICE, but currently is one of the eight members who works for NICE International. He briefly described health economics as compassionate decision making instead of “socialized medicine.” Now, I am sure you are all wondering what does NICE actually do? Well how about we inform you! NICE is a nonprofit organization which provides guidance on promotion of well-being and ...