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... 8217;s greatest attraction as she was forced (and refused) but eventually walked over the glass floor which is based between the two towers. Leaving the Bridge we wandered along the Thames until we reached a bus stop, from the bus stop we caught the Red route around and over the Tower Bridge to Shakespeares Globe. We got the 4pm tour and went around the globe which was a replica built on the same site after the other burnt down during a production where they fired ...
We walked around small alley ways with the beautiful French decor and buildings admiring what we were seeing around each corner. It does remind us of a mini version of Paris.
As it is a bank holiday in France, the streets were quiet and most of the shops closed, much to Sophie's disappointment. We did find an indoor market with a few stalls opened and bought a baguette, ham, olives, quiche, tabouli for lunch then ...
... is now becoming a far more efficient process. Maddi was due to
arrive back at school between 4 and 5pm so off Tony went to pick Maddi up at
4pm, what time did she arrive 5pm. Toni kept on checking in to see if she had
arrived and as she states it Tony spent his time “Stuffing around” and yes she
was right he was reading the Stuff website to fill in time. Home for Dinner,
kids to bed excited for tomorrow with even a rumour that the Easter Bunny may
... Roasted chicken, vegetables and cheese – average!!
Tony and Toni set off to complete Corban’s rugby registration at MHR Ecole’ based at Stade Altrad – we had fun with Patricia who had to teach us how to write out a French cheque in our new cheque book. We then walked home again – round trip about 11kms – very tired campers after that but we felt good with our efforts.
Tuesday 3 March
Ouch, woke up to a problem with my ...
... of champagne! I bought her a book on Madagascar, maybe we'll meet again there one day! I left a little note inside as well, which actually made her cry... oops! As normal, had a great conversation, during which she told me Phil wants to marry me haha (50ish year old guy)! Not sure that will happen, but flattering all the same. I will miss her! A friendship that will last I hope. Now sitting on a park bench in the sun, going to go back to the bookshop and ...