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... had also mentioned the painted hall just opposite the chapel- the largest painted room in Britain. It was unbelievable with renaissance-style depictions of King William the Third and Queen Mary, angels, flowers, historical figures, symbolic figures and even a veteran seaman who lived there in its time as a home for veteran naval personnel who is meant to represent Winter. The room took 19 years to paint and is astoundingly beautiful. After ...
... fields. They make us feel at home (we are spending the night), and then off to dinner. Again, they know of a very "typical" country English pub where we have dinner. The food is great, and the beer is good as well.
Back after a long day, and our guest have been wonderful, and showed us a lot we would not have normally had a chance to see - many thanks to both Andy & Inny.
... I seriously think I want to live on a canal boat!! I get to a tunnel that the canal runs through and assume that I just need to walk up the footpath and across the road before I can re-join the canal. Nope! Luckily I asked a guy who explained that the tunnel actually ran through a hill that has Islington High street on it. He gave me directions on where to go and I have to say that the route wasn't straight forward! I had to laugh to ...
Another last Friday of the month and therefore another crazy Power Ballads night! The crazy thing about this night was how many people we managed to cram into our flat.
Here were our attendees:
- Jess's friend 1
- Jess's friend 2
Probably like four more than our tiny flat could actually handle comfortably... it got ...
... or hallways and one shop just sort of flows into the next. Very suave. Very out of our back packer's budget.
Next we headed to the Borough Street Markets. They were a food lovers paradise! We did several tastings of cheeses, pulled pork, tea, milk, yoghurt and bought some fresh pasta with a tub of this yummy wild boar confit to stir through it.
Back at the hostel, we were pushed for time to get ready for a night at the theatre. We had splurged and ...