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... School. Both boys have read most of the books and seen the movies (which I of course I had to preview and enjoy watching with them!) so it was exciting to see the school hall, along with false ceiling to allow CGI for the starry night and floating candles. After the first guided tour, we were then able to walk through a huge display of many of the actual sets, costumes and props and read about the making of ...
... we did appreciate them when we didn't have them it saddens me a little how quickly we have taken these things for granted again. On the other hand, how appreciative we are to the wonderful family and friends who have welcomed us here with open loving arms to use all the said 'luxuries'.
The other thing that I have come to conclude is those people that you meet in your life that seem to pop in and then leave again, that you never think you'll have ...
... a few times as they were in town. We had dinner which was nice and caught up, and Jess came bearing gifts-Baked Beans and Anti Dandruff shampoo! I am always excited to see people who are over here, especially my good friends. I took a day off and toured Hampton Court with them which was very interesting. Hampton Court is one of the oldest places you can tour in London. It is the place Henry the 8th lived and really gave a good insight into life ...
... Lights; Shops; Brands; People; Eateries; Street performances; Local Markets that formed the identity of these two streets. Though tired, the beauty all around, kept us going. These streets were one of the liveliest streets in the city blinking with the lights. We entered one shop -MNM'S world. It is, till date, the craziest place I have ever been to. Three floors of shops filled with each and everything possible with MNMS. It sold chocolate dispensers, t-shirts, key chains, ...
... play. Ibsen's Ghosts was playing, so why not just wander in and buy tickets. It is an Ibsen play I was not very familiar with, so I was glad for the experience. I will save you all my lengthy theatre criticism, but I was glad they made a bold choice for the end, even though it is definitely not what I would have done.
Oh, and by the way we did this all with my Aunt who had just gotten off the plane from Philadelphia. Not a bad first ...