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... to see Les Miserables. The highlight of our theatrical trips............. Or so we thought! Let me say to start with tat we love Les Mis. We have both previously seen it professionally, loved the 10th and 25th anniversary concerts and thought the film was fantastic. The show was renewed for its 25th anniversary, new direction, musical scoring etc. they explained the story in more detail and added musical links to ...
... first afternoon, my father suggested that he and Sam Jackson go to Hyde Park (only blocks away) to throw the American football we brought as a pastime and a way to meet other kids. Shortly after arriving, Sam Jackson threw the ball into a tree. A tall tree, and the throw was impressively airborne. Captain Tom, as he's known to the kids, was at a loss, until a friendly guy who was enjoying the beautiful day (and a few beers) offered to help. He began ...
Another day in the Royal College of Surgeon's archives. Moved more slowly today, went through 5 boxes yesterday and only 2 today. Read a bunch of his lectures that he gave as the Hunterian Professor in 1846-49, his notes on other people's articles, and other boring stuff. Busk's handwriting is extremely difficult for me to read, it's pretty frustrating. I have to keep reminding myself that this is just an exploratory mission and ...
... when they are night opaque they are still black. Tights here means pantyhose in America, and, as always with pantyhose, hopefully you will not get a ladder (run). Skirts are usually quite short. Outerwear is always of a dark colour - so much for my cranberry coloured fleece jacket, but at least I have a scarf as scarves are always worn by both sexes. Women usually wear a wool dress coat. They are currently cut very smartly, and I want one! But then I also want ...
... a crazy sight but only slightly less chaotic than Times Square. There was even a Lotus Renault store and it took ever bit of my self discipline to not go in and buy something. Especially with our Grand Prix stop only a couple days away.
Somehow Caroline instantly found us! We must have looked very much like the only two Canadian tourists. We all were excited to exchange greetings and quick stories about our days and then we were off! We both ...
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