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... over the last sixty years. The tour was awesome, we walked all through the stalls, the front of the stage (mosh pit area) and were told about the performances and decorations that adorn this modern marvel. I knew most of this info before, but I can really utilise this experience in the years to come when I teach Shakespeare and WHS!!
We then got back to ...
... card) and worked out how to get to Shakespeare's Globe Theater.
At first, Rob was very overwhelmed until I realized he didn't know that the platforms at Victoria Station weren't for the tubes...we didn't have to work out which of those trains to catch, and when he learned that the underground was different than the trains, it became much easier to wrap his brain around the hustle and bustle and the sea of humanity all going in different ...
... family for the past 400 years and they still live there. The grounds and gardens are magnificent they must employ about 20 gardeners to look after it. We had tea in Welshpool which was great. Val Latter you would have loved the bread and butter pudding it was that good we also had one to take away. We found out that there was a 1 week Eisteddfod all things singing poetry etc. were spoken in Welsh. The amount of people there was incredible there were 1000 caravans there ...
... our way, the wait for the bags was actually longer than the flight. We are stopping at the Sofitel as it is attached to terminal 5 ready for a quick getaway in the morning so a longish walk and we are there. A very modern building an da lovely spacious room. We have dinner in the French restaurant the Belle Époque and it is excellent, beautifully presented and very good service. Off to bed to repackage and off at the crack of ...
Today I had a few hours before our organized walking tour, so I popped up to Canonbury near Islington - never been there before - what a treat! I did the New River Walk - an aqueduct built in 1613 to bring drinking water into the area from Herts. It's not very long, but it is delightful, twittering birds, koi in the water, pleasant residents. The New River Walk runs between council housing on one side and beautiful very desirable houses that actually have ...