Larkfield Priory Hotel
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... more than her (3 to me, 1 to her). It was another long walk! From there we came up to Maidstone (County Town of Kent), which is the home of Kent County Constabulary, (as was), but now Kent Police. Managed to get a washing done (eventually), which is great, not so smelly! Had dinner at a nice pub and have come back to the Hotel to sleep, which Andy has managed to do before me ...
... set of Quidam ran up the middle of the floor, and came to a round stage stop in the centre of the hall.
The set alone is beautiful, but add in the atmosphere of the red and gold of RAH and it becomes so much more magical.
When I was walking in, all I could think about was Carrie. No more than a few hours before, I saw her as she was going in to perform Les Mis. I thought about me in my Slipstream days…all those warm-ups. Feeling like no one could stop me.
... enough. Near the end, I walked into a wing where my eyes were met with a huge painting that I immediately recognised - 'The Murder of Lady Jane Grey'. I had studied this in year 11, did an assessment on it and had a genuine fascination by it. To see it in person was truly something else. It was exactly like a photo, her beautiful white dress almost looked like real-life satin and her ...
... back- we knew we needed a place for dinner later today.
Around noon we headed out to find the meeting spot for our afternoon city tour that departed from Tafalgar Square. Finally found it and headed out with Rodney our guide.
First stop St Paul's Cathederal. It has no spires all curves. Rodney called it baroake style versus the traditional spires which is gothic. Also no stained glass just clear so it is much brighter. Charles and Diana ...
... The international food options are awesome! There is pretty much a fresh food stall for any cuisine you could think of such as Ethiopian, Jamaican, French, German, Spanish etc. Alot of the dishes are cooked and prepared in front of you which is very cool. We found an awesome rooftop terrace bar called Lock 17 and sat in the sun and enjoyed a pint and watched the crowds at the markets grow.
After our drinks, Benny was really keen to find a store he used ...