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We woke close to 9.00 this morning and headed through for breakfast. Auntie Jose had already had her breakfast as she didn't go walking due to the wet weather. Nicola rang and said that they were coming to say goodbye and would be about an hour away. So we got ourselves packed and waited for their arrival. It was great to see them and hear what they have been up to since we parted ways. I also received my birthday present, a tshirt that says " I may not always be right but I am never ...
... to read (not such a good choice). Stretched out for a bit and dozed before going over to Peter's house for a lovely meal cooked by Roz (his daughter ). We also celebrated her high marks in her university courses. Friday Wendy and I made the trip North, to Hull to visit her Mother and sister Chris and lovely nephew Charlie, who is three and all boy. We went to the pub ...
... centre is a very pretty place. Loads of buskers and musicians hanging around the main thoroughfares. I could happily live there and would definitely visit again. Stonehenge was good but not great. Of the three places we visited today Stonehenge was the one I looked forward to the most and probably the one I enjoyed the least. The rock formations are all roped off so there's no chance of getting close to them. Good ...
... tour and rode around for a couple of hours. Please note a great photo of the tour bus expediter, Electra, who noted that she was proudly Greek; hence the name. She was not aware of the Opera of her namesake so Melissa and I filled her in on that. She loved the information. The tour bus ride was quite fun. There are a number of photos of various sights, including Big Ben, the Tower Bridge, and ...
... s Urology Department. And the street we were on had accommodated Louis Napoleon, Voltaire and Disraeli, and JWM Turner was born there. So that was cool.
By then we'd seen all we could find that seemed interesting, so we wandered back. We hoped to happen across more stuff, but apart from watching a couple of street performers on Leicester Square, we couldn't squeeze any more out of the area, so we came home. We'll be going out for dinner soon, and then going out again, ...