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... I know this is not news to you, but it's qualitatively different being at home on the sofa thinking about it and being 'down among the human masses' in the London tube, on the motorways, and in the high streets of London boroughs. The first afternoon I was here Julian and I went in to Covent Garden to see the play Teddy Ferrara. It was disconcerting to be so deep under the earth at the Tube station and waiting in a human scrum ...
... and she died of ovarian cancer, before getting credit for her profound discovery. Back to St Moritz, and Paola waiting on our every need. Tonight we decided to have the beef bourguignon , rostis, and red wine -- followed and further stuffed with their chocolate fondue. OMG! how scrumptiously delicious this was. How happy, stuffed, and tired we now are. Our driver, Carlie, took us back to the hotel, we got into our pjs, and fell exhausted into our beds, for the second night in a row. Bon ...
... I thought that was nice but odd. He had some trouble with the camera but persevered and had a laugh with us. Karen told the lady he was a keeper and she held up her hand showing us the engagement ring. They had just gotten engaged while we were sitting a few tables away. Now we know why he apologised when he stood up to take our photo. On the way back we found the Mudlark pub and stopped for dinner. Back on the tube, quick stop at Tesco's so we have something for lunch ...
... was a little bit funny as our second team were playing against Mexborough yesterday, the team we play for on a Sunday. Nikki was the captain and as Houghton had a weak side out and knew they would get beaten he played the rain card at the tea break. The umpires were gullible enough to believe him and called the game off, denying Mexborough the seven points that they would have got. We lost the toss and found ...
... a teenager. We liked Brighton and would like to spend more time there. Last night we caught up with my old school friend, Paula, so we've had quite a social time as well. We've managed to sample quite a few pubs of course, Chris has been really enjoying his Real Ale. We're spending our last evening in London tonight at The George, the oldest galleried inn in London, to round off the Shakespearean theme. Tomorrow we hire a car and head for Surrey, to the 150th anniversary of Chris' old ...