Jurys Inn London Croydon
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... br> Made a couple of planning phone calls, booked my train for Grantham on Thursday, then got a taxi to Edith Murray's, my lovely host for 3 nights.
(Edith is the sister of Charles Ella and in-law of Lorraine, my Macleod (Melbourne) friends.)
Why the title? My first job when I came to England in 1967 was in Croydon. Lived in a neighbouring suburb, Norbury, then in 1969-70 lived in nearby Purley and worked in Waddon, on the site of London airport, used during WW2.
... given my room which is actually a seperate part of the house with my own bathroom, kitchen, lounge and bedroom (is Andrews mum part of the house but she's is australia). I have Heated blankets!! Then we went to Croydon and walked around the town main square, saw heaps of double decker red buses and went to the Surrey street market that's been open since the 1200's and went to organise phone SIM card and everything that we needed. If needed you can contact me on ...
... a woman wrote to Sandy saying that she had seen her show and was inspired to go and do what she had always wanted to do and loved and that was write poetry. She included many of her new poems in the letter. The poems were fantastic and Sandy asked her to write one for tonight’s show. The woman didn’t want to read it, or something like that, so old mate Hugh did!
Sandy’s political party was fantastic and it really inspired, ...
... roles between the monster and Frankenstein. Tonight Cumberbatch was the monster. I love London theatre!
Frankenstein: http://ntlive.nationaltheatre.org.uk/pr oductions/16546-frankenstein
It’s Halloween today!! And tonight a media company took us out to Thorpe Park, which is a massive theme park here, for Fright Night. The park is open late and is all dressed up for Halloween. I braved all the very scary rides that I would never in ...
... I've also been stuffing myself with figs and raspberries, they're so tasty and cheap. The beer has been average, but I do enjoy the amount of gin on offer, and do enjoy the refreshingly fruity taste of Pimms. I'll listen to Defying Gravity once more (a bit of Disney musical music compliments the Shakespeare and museums quite nicely I feel :P ), and take in as much of this countryside as I can. I'll post a picture if I can snap one that isn't blurry. Onwards to the ...