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From the New Forest, we went back to London – well, Harrow in Middlesex – for the wedding of Margaret's niece, Becky and Matt. Some of you may remember Becky and her friend, Laura, who spent 3 months with us when travelling around Australia in 2007/2008. During that trip, Becky met Matt who lives in Ballarat, Victoria and, after graduating (in 2011, I think), she migrated to Ballarat. [Some of you ...
The last place we visited before we left London was the historic Tower of London (http://www.hrp.org.uk/TowerOfLondon/) . The Tower of London was once a royal palace and is the oldest royal palace open to visitors. This place dates back 1000 years to medieval England. It's not restored to its original glory but is more of a museum where some significant items are on display, like the Crown Jewels of England and ancient armor and ...
... I might know somebody." Within 5 minutes she had found a private taxi that would drive us to Blarney for a similar price as the tour! Georges quick thinking had saved the day. George's response was, "I guess God had another way for us to visit the Blarney stone, we just had to search for it."
One hour later we were met by our driver, Freddie. He was a nice Irish gentleman who was passionate about his country. He first drove us ...
Started walking around and then I remembered the TKTS booth in Leicester Square for cheap theatre tickets. Got good seat tickets at half-price tonight! Had not planned on it, but I am making a 20 year anniversary of seeing Les Miserables. The first time I saw it was in London in 1994 with the students. Had no idea what the story was about - but the story is moving - one of faith and of determination. Bought the ticket at half-price and seeing it tonight. ...
... coincidence as Nath and I entered the park through a side gate, we pretty much bumped straight into the fam, and set about our walk. The weather was miserable, and we soon got rained off, so went to the pub early. We had a cider to start (first of many) and perused the menu. There wasn't ever any question that I was going to have anything else but a roast dinner, but they didn't have a veggie option (gasp I hear you say) but all I wanted to roast veg, with more roast ...