Hilton London Gatwick Airport
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... and got people to look at their pieces in different ways. The piece I showed this panel was the same Viola speech, and my modification consisted of being tossed a ring and then talking to it with added gravitas. The guy who was running the session actually took off his wedding ring and rolled it across the floor for me to use. That was a little weird to see someone just throw their wedding ring to a stranger like that. The ring was a gold band about the size ...
Our day started at 7:30am, which we all could have sworn was 4:30am, when some sort of fire/emergency alarm went off and scared the bejeezus out of us. Jess and I, jarred awake, started screaming bloody murder at intervals, each set off by the other one's scream (it was quite comical after the fact, really) and Aly and Jen jumped out the of bed and assumed defensive positions with Aly in her sleepy haze assuming her phone was on fire and running over to yank it out of the wall. ...
... Cootamundra, Ballina, Bondi, but no Young. When we got home we found where Young is, near the word Normandy. We might head back for another look on Friday. We went inside and up Wellington Arch, which has a great little exhibition on the relevance and importance of cenotaphs. We then walked down passed Buckingham Palace and along The Mall to Trafalgar Square where we had lunch at St Martin in ...
... and got on a bus out to the Great Wall. Unfortunately in Korea I twisted my ankle, so I had to sit out some of the optional bits - but we had an amazing day clambering around on a quieter section of the wall. It is amazing how steep it is - and soldiers used to march up and down it! There were sections that we couldn't even walk along and had to crawl. After a couple of hours on the wall we then sat down to amazing banquet, which was ...
... at the ancient city. We had beautiful views of it when we went up into a bell tower or "campanile" on a small island opposite St Mark's Square. We were with a group of French friends and had fun exploring the lane-ways and eating at nice cafés.
We stayed for our four nights at a small private hotel in Padua which is about forty kilometres from Venice. A lovely quiet hotel where we were served cakes for ...