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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 ...
... energy and money into. We’ve both worked on long projects professionally, but this is very different. This has been personal, and is something that’s completely dominated everything we’ve done for the last 15-18 months. And the end is not gradual, it’s sudden; it doesn’t taper off, it cliff-edges. We’ve both become reflective, thinking about the trip behind us not the one ahead, which is an odd place to be. We’re also starting ...
... is amazing - if you ever want to go somewhere for a special occasion - this is the one - the views are amazing and you feel so special from the welcome tea in the little tub to the huge bath tub it all feels a bit luxurious.
The view from the Shard at the top is amazing and the lifts to get up to it are funky, the view from our room whilst relaxing in comfort is almost as good though!
We went to Inamo in Soho for dinner. The ...
... and Camilla use). We were going to use the hop on/hop off bus but decided to walk back to the hotel through Hyde Park, which took us about 30mins. The squirrels were even more friendly today - social little critters. There's signage saying not to feed them, but it's obvious that people don't adhere to this. It was 6pm when we got home which put the pressure on us to get out again in time for the show. We caught a bus (£2.40 each) along Bayswater and Oxford streets to ...
... was totally dark. When I stepped out onto the platform, the first thing I really appreciated was hearing more English voices than I’d heard during the previous 3 weeks.
My transfer driver was waiting for me at the platform exit, and he escorted me to his car in an undercover carpark nearby. I knew very quickly that we were in London, when we pulled out into the street in London rush hour alongside a queue of red double decker buses. Probably the ...