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... minutes, during which I became so furious that I started thinking of increasingly violent ways to dispatch the tenants of that flat and their stupid noise machine. My thoughts were somewhere in the neighborhood of bashing in their heads with their computer/stereo/whatever was playing the song and using their blood to write a warning message (a la Chamber of Secrets) to others who might disturb my slumber by the time the song stopped. This time ...
... an afternoon nap?) Charles 1 was beheaded here in 1642 - the history of this building is quite dramatic, and well worth a visit! The audio guide is great, and is included in the admission cost. The weather - Again we have been incredibly lucky to have so many sunny days in December! The cold days have been very crisp, and the wind can be bitter, but mostly it has been really quite pleasant. I left my umbrella in Florence 3 weeks ago, and have not needed to purchase a ...
It was cold and miserable today. My first stop was the Leigh UTC out at Dartford. Turns out the Oyster card doesn't have that much range on it. Fortunately I managed to miss a fine thanks to a very helpful guard at Dartford train station. I obviously looked confused.
I then had to catch a taxi. It was absolutely pouring with rain so when the taxi finally arrived it was a welcome sigh of relief. Getting to the UTC was more complicate then originally expected because he ...
... to witness a bizarre spectacle. Let me digress...our good friend, Dr Theresa Huxley of 'Supermarket Secrets' fame, was recently honoured with the Freedom of the City of London by 'The Worshipful Society of Fruiterers' for services to the fruit industry. So what does this mean, I asked her at the time? It means I can drive my sheep over London Bridge, was the reply. We all had a good laugh about it but, knowing out T we just knew that one day she ...
... location of the Duke/Duchess' wedding ceremony and learned that this is the official location for all coronations. I then went around the corner for a bite to eat. Found a nice pub that had Fish and Chips, and the pint of Honey Ale was also refreshing. Another difference from America is the closeness with the other customers while you eat - interesting for me to hear others conversations, no dirty looks yet... Other items that I seem to be ...