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... after two whole days of sightseeing. We also had a booking to see Dennis Severs' House, and I surely would not be able to make it to that if I went to the Gallery all day.
Dennis Severs' House was... interesting is an over-statement. It has lots of stuff, some of it interesting, presented in a kinda interesting way. There. I did not enjoy it as much as I wanted to. It is a house set up by an artist(?) linked to the lives of ...
What luck with beautiful London sunshine. We cruised down the Thames to Greenwich & back. Saw an entirely different view from the water.... Toured some of the Royal Naval College in Greenwich and was amazed to see the thousands of apartments along the Thames. Boat traffic is heavy... We ended the day with high ...
... a picnic organised by Megan & Glen. Our next stop was The Jersey Boys musical at The Piccadilly Theatre & then on to dinner at a wonderful Italian Restaurant. What a great day especially because my birthday was the next day. Thanks to my beautiful family for such a great day. 17th August Today was to be a bike ride in Richmond but the weather wasn't kind to us so we spent the morning walking around the town. Lunch was at a lovely hotel before going down ...
... With a little convincing from Amanda and Betsy, Dylan, Ryan, and Spencer asked to join in the game. It was more fun than we could have asked for. Playing barefoot and in jeans, we were able to put on a clinical force players there. Needless to say the match final was USA 1 - England 0. Now if only our boys and Brazil can keep up that level of play, no one can stop us.
We finished our walk home and said goodbye to Betsy. ...
We then moved to another pub (feeling quite drunk by this time) and continued drinking. Finally it was time to hit the boat race between Cambridge and Oxford (a traditional English thing apparently). But by the time we got on the packed tubes to Hammersmith we were running too late for the race and just ended up going to another pub to watch the ...