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... Salmon and dill bagels, pork pies, scotch eggs, pulled pork buns, magnificent selection of breads, Vietnamese rolls with fresh coriander, home made pickles, pork and rocket ( Mary and I had and delicious!!). Nick would love, but only on a Saturday. Hard to leave, but after many purchases, lots of tasting, left with full tummies and good supply for a later picnic and more for home! After dropping these home...went walking down Reagent Canal towards Victoria Park....so nice to stretch ...
... at one point - and in the church hall afterwards it was clear to me how many people's lives Dad had positively touched. We had spent ages creating photo boards that were put up around the walls; these were poignant to look at but also showed just how dedicated he was to family and friends, how many strings he had to his bow, his sense of humour and so much else.
Speaking of poignancy, ...
... UK. Must say, it was a lot of fun – plenty of frights, screams and gooseflesh!! We spent the afternoon on the HMS Belfast – very interesting and Matt was in his element. On the way home, we stopped off at Harrods, then headed home for an early night.
Thursday arrived and there was blue sky!! It’s been overcast, chilly and drizzled on and off until today, so although still chilly, at least it was brighter! Matthew went to the RAF Museum ...
... when going through the tunnels at high speed. It was a quiet trip back as most of us fell asleep.
We arrived into Paris at 11.25pm and were looking forward to a quick drive home (about 30mins). However, making our way back out of town we found lots of people out and about on the town as it was Saturday night. It was as busy as it is during the day. So our trip home took over an hour. It was a very interesting drive home!!
... the singing. The audience was thoroughly enjoying the show, as you can in a more intimate theatre, and the cast responded by adlibbing and enjoying themselves as well. As we came out of the theatre we found it was drizzling with rain, but that did not deter the thousands of people still out and about having a good time in the pubs, restaurants, etc. We found the tube was full as we jumped on, with people going out and others heading home after being ...
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