Euro Hotel Clapham
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... I didn’t care for Sian Brooke, the actress who played Ophelia. This was primarily because she didn’t speak clearly, which I thought was surprising in a Shakespearean-trained actress. I didn’t have any trouble understanding the other actors, but I found it difficult to understand at least half of Ophelia's lines. I didn’t find her descent into madness very convincing either, although ...
... George II donated the 'Old Royal Library' of the sovereigns of England along with the privilege of copyright receipt.
The museum has been open to the public since 1759. First it was in a 17th century mansion. The mansion named Montagu House was located in Bloomsbury. You could enter here for no fee at all and could use this place for any research purpose.
Churchill War Rooms
If you can manage to locate the Imperial War ...
... tugging on that groundwork. Again Gab & Boo debated colour Pink or Purple? No one would listen to me pushing for the Cherries. As she always does, Boo won, bright pink it was. Covent Garden is home to the first Apple store outside of North America, they also have a play and touch display for the watch. We were all mesmerised for a few minutes until both of the kids started asking Siri questions. ...
... has as much style as its uncle in the mother country.
We then met Andrew for a big walk to Victoria Park, Regents' Canal and the new Olympic Park. With some sun, it was a most enjoyable walk - so nice to get away from the downtown area and also nice to spend sometime with Andrew despite the fact that he walks way too fast for his mother! The Olympic park is very impressive especially the aquatic centre and velodrome.We stopped for lunch beside the canal, then a ...
... and friendships...but it will still only be a kite.
And I will stand there flying my kite.
And just like the Innocent, I will laugh at times gone by.
But also, just like the Innocent, I will take one last look behind me...longing, hoping, wishing, praying that Kooza will come back.