The King's Hotel
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... a snaking queue of locals and tourist to enter. We line up, pay our 20 quid each and we are in, as is the other 10000 people. It's quite an amazing place, lots of exhibitors, some in tents, some in the open and a hall called the Epic Centre. Lones gets coffee, I start looking, and a little buying. The weather turns.........clouds roll in, the sky greys and the wind picks up. ...
... for a walk. Lincoln is a great town/city, lots of character. Tonight we caught up with Nikki and Chris. Leonie met Nikki whilst cycling China, and heard on facebook we were in the neighbourhood and suggested dinner (see stalk book has other uses). Dinner was at a fabulous little restaurant Browns Pie Shop. Good English fare, pints of beer and a bottle of chianti. Home, in bed early and getting ready for the antique fair ...
... The Galleries of Justice is a museum in the old Nottingham criminal court, prison and dungeons. We went on a tour which started in the Court Room where an actor told us about the court itself and the process of the trails. Then we went down into the prison and looked around the cells, work rooms, laundry rooms, wash areas, exercise courtyards and then down further into the dungeons. There were a few different actors along the ...
... never really make any progress.
My aim is simply to be able to use key phrases and recite a sentence stating I speak English and very little Japanese. The hiragana is part of my more long-term goal of fluency!
Just over 6 weeks to go!