Holiday Inn Rochester-Chatham
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... br style="line-height: 25.5599994659424px;">I had to rush off afterwards, but the guys at the programme stand had the joys of me getting excited in interval.
And I need to book something tomorrow.
Circus training. Because I know I need it again.
They put a whopping lot of fire right in my soul.
... After visiting the palace, we spent the rest of the afternoon on the hop on hop off bus in order to see the main sights of London. We then went back to the hotel to rest a bit before heading to the Thames for a short river tour. The captain turned out to be really fun so we had a really good time. We disembarked at the Tower of London where we rejoined the entire group for dinner at a pub. All in all it was a delightful ...
... really changes the show! It was amazing. I still know every word from when I had the performance CD back in high school and would listen to it on repeat. I got goosebumps several times - they were so good! We're so glad we did this! We're finishing the night back at the apartment watching the Holland/Argentina semifinal world cup game, hoping for a Holland win since we'll be in Amsterdam on Sunday for the final game. I'm sure that would be awesome to watch ...
... great photo op), and learned some wand "moves" through an interactive video tutorial with one of the directors. The magnificent ending of the tour prompted Sam (who was ahead of me throughout the tour) to bring me in, eyes closed, to take it all in at once. They makers of Harry Potter had created a massive model of Hogwarts, lighted beautifully and ever-changing from day to night and back to day again. Truly breathtaking. Harry Potter's tour achieved ...
... Interspersed with the vendors are elaborate demonstration gardens, all with a pond, patio and beautiful lawn furniture, each garden squeezed into about 40 square feet.
These gardens look like they’ve been there for years, but in fact, were only set up for the show. Each demonstration garden has been created by a landscape architect, and they are
judged by the Royal Horticultural Society. Peta and I agreed that ...