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... faster than I could eat it. There was a theatre near the gelato place, and Shakespeare in Love happened to be playing. Tom had told me before that someone had adapted it for the stage, and I got really excited when we passed the theatre. So much so that Larry ran in and started asking if they had any tickets available for this evening. They had one ticket left for tonight's show, and Larry told me that he would give me permission to ...
... aspects of the 911..... "this is a four isn't it Alastair?" Jan enquired in an assertive style.... Alastair almost mounting the kerb in disgust at this "put down", retorted "it's a SIX Jan, it's got SIX bangy up and down things, SIX not FOUR!"
And seeing Jan spreadeagled in the back was to die for......how this can ever be described as a 4 seater..... it's like a "two and a quarter" seater. We loved it!
But the best was yet to ...
Today I went to Borough market, which I've been excited about all week. And it was just as cool and crazy as I expected. Cheese shops, butchers, veggie stands, everything. I got some green juice there and some really delicious spelt bread. Then I went for a ferris wheel type ride on the London Eye. I had been waiting for a sunny day and it looks like today may be the closest I get! So no blue skies but at least ...
... take the path that goes off to the left about a mile", they said.
Well I got there eventually, and I know I got there because it wasn't there.
What was there in that historic place was a new oak. One that was planted by Elizabeth the 2nd in 1985 in the place where the first Elizabethan oak was said to be. I took a photo of it, and also one of an old oak about 20 feet away. Believe whichever one you like is the real oak, I'm over ...
... an odd fried cheese and jam starter, roast beef and popovers, and apple crumble for dessert. Not worthy of photographing! And then - the tube! It was rush hour again, but I told my girls to only be as polite as necessary, which helped. They were a little more aggressive getting on and through the stations. The tube took us right to the Apollo Victoria Theatre to see Wicked. Our seats still weren't amazing, but far superior to last night. One odd ...