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Today we leave London for a while and go to catch up with Ashleigh in Reading.
Sue’s favourite place in London would definitely have to be Westminster Abbey. The history and architecture was breathtaking. Trevor agrees it was his favourite as well along with the Cabinet War Rooms and Tower of London.
The gardens here in …
... up. A place of magic and mystery, for adults only.
London Street, then as now, has always impressed me by its sheer width. As one strolls downhill towards town, there is a spacious feeling not to be found in any other Reading street. There is also a feeling of history, especially if one looks at the upper stories and roofs of the many old buildings on either side. One of these buildings – now an office of some sort – was the original Huntley ...
... and donkeys, not well populated with mainly small villages consisting of a few houses, a church, a couple of shops and sometimes a school. It is not especially post-card pretty but we enjoyed being so far from cities or large towns.
After another filling breakfast and our last pieces of delicious baguettes Guillaume drove 6 of us to St Etienne to catch the train to Paris. Jan and Ruth were travelling first class so were not seated near any of the others.
... the first five people let in to the venue, we got front row view! The concert started with the back up bands... One was brilliant but i still don't know what they were called. JET were fantastic! Totally awesome live and actually sounded better than on their recorded stuff! I blew too much money on a JET t-shirt but gonna have to wait until next time to get it signed or just ask my Aussie buddy if he'll do me a small favour :)
I spent the night at Tayla's house (mate from ...
Hello and greetings once again.
Its been yet another busy week, and I we are fast approaching the Mid Phase Review which marks the program being a quarter finished!
Last Sunday we trekked about London and saw most of the sights of the capital including Buckingham Palace, China Town, Westminster, London Eye, and the Tate Modern. It all ended ...