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... in a couple of weeks, decided to go to the afternoon Evensong service there. Pictures can't be taken inside then, so you would have to google it to see how amazing the design and craftsmanship are. We looked up into the dome (385 feet high) and tried to imagine getting up on the viewing balconies near the top, which tourists can do! The organ music and cathedral choir (young boys who stay at the cathedral and are schooled there) sounded beautiful with the ...
... bee-lined to Westminster Abbey. This time the line to get in was 2 hours long.
Deciding to try again another day, we made our way (after getting separated for a time) to the Churchill Museum and the War Room Museum. This was an incredible display featuring the actual WWII War Rooms, all the furniture, equipment, maps, etc., exactly as it was during the long years of WWII and just as it was left at the conclusion ...
... enabled us to save moola on dining and with four boys laundry is essential (i.e., let's just say that bleeding noses from wrestling can be a daily event!). This apartment was our first rental experience in our trip (vs. staying at a hotel/B&B) and I hope that for the rest of the trip we are as fortunate as we were for this one.
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... about the dangers of jumping on a boat, with no real knowledge of its condition or the competence of the people crewing it. In fact he painted a cheery, bleak picture of drawn out days, and potential boredom, 'Once the sails are up that's it'. Happily he told me how his offering of a leg over to the Scandinavia would be more interesting with more tacking and gybing. It looked ...
Tomorrow morning the minicab (a pre-ordered taxi) will arrive (London Transport does not run at all on Christmas Day) at 8:00 am to take us to Westminster Abbey for the Christmas morning service which is to be followed by change ringing of the Abbey bells. I simply adore change ringing! It is the art of ringing a set of tuned bells in a series of mathematical patterns. If you watch British films you will hear a ...
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- Business Services