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... the magic word - Evensong. Many were turned away! They were told to return on Monday when the Abbey would be open to tourists! The choir was outstanding, singing Canticles we didn't know - Alan Gray, in F minor. Tompkins responses, a lovely long Psalm 104 (chants by Parratt and Walmisley), and Charles Wood's epic Hail, gladdening Light - a wonderful piece of Victoriana. Our London Sunday was happily spent with Sam and Leanne. It was really lovely to walk across Hyde Park to ...
At the moment I'm sitting on the Eurostar, about to head to Paris. Just under 3 hours in a tunnel under the channel, then when we see the sun (or rain) again we will be in another country. Another country that doesn't speak English... Wish us luck. I'm not too sure exactly what we have got up to the last few days. Besides seeing plays. That has taken up the majority of our time in London, and the past two days we concluded our West End ...
... point of view. We drove past Lords, but decided not to do the tour. We stopped off Buckingham Palace and took some photos, also decided not so go in. It is only open for a couple of months a year, But the tour took 2 hrs and cost $70 so I decided to give it a miss. We walked through another park, checked out the Ritz and Harrods. Harrods was very lavish and way to expensive for us commoners. The food court ...
... ability to pull off a job like the one we were in for, what our skills were and what drove us. All whilst playing pool. After describing how I could hide behind really small objects (the smallest being a milk carton) we were shown into the staging area where we would meet the Duchess.
She was an imposing figure, dressed in black, her figure enhanced by the leather corset, she began to bark her story. Where she had been wronged and for that we were to help her ...
I caught the train down to London with some other girls from my College. They were off to 'The Harry Potter Experience' at Warner Studios. We checked out the main sites in London - Tower Of London, St Paul's, Big Ben, Westminster, etc. We walked along Southbank which is a great way to see all the sites. It was also a beautiful day as the heat wave continues in the UK (not quite up to my 'heat wave' ...