Grange St. Paul's Hotel
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... misleading as the stairs up to the first gallery are only half height. We tried the whispering trick, but it didn't work. Very impressive view down to the nave. It hadn't felt like we had climbed so high. We enjoyed that gallery for a little while, and then continued up. These were normal height stairs and much narrower. This gallery was a walkway on the outside. With the crenellation, it was a little hard to see. I had ...
... best friend in the professor of the book binding room. He speaks no English at all but we find a way to communicate. Him and I even went shopping in the Market together for sting, then we picked up his dry cleaning and I held his bag when he went in and bought water. He is just the cutest old man. He makes fun of my ripped jeans every time I wear them in the studio. He ran into me in the hallway at school wearing a dress and tights and he pointed to my leg where my ...
... and not being able to book trains of choice in advance.
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... and there are some seriously amazing looking new restaurants opening up that draw the evening crowds. The markets themselves are absolutely HUGE with one area incorporating the old horse stables that were in use during the 19th century. There is a lot of great food, heaps of arts and crafts, a lot of clothing, some antiques and old books, and something we'd both never tried before... A ...