Travelodge Stansted Bishops Stortford Hotel
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... that support the pediment are the "metopes" and the relief panels that run around the building under the eaves are the "frieze". The Parthenon was the temple dedicated to Athena, the goddess of wisdom and the while the building still stand in Athens, the British museum hold many of its best sculptures. With all of the same features as above the share size of this exhibit (which pales in comparison to the size of the real building) is marvellous. He al building is ...
... roofs, this was a pretty sight. Some of the gardens too were lovely, but the beauty was in the quaint little villages some not even requiring a post office, but sharing a mobile one with other neighbouring villages. The narrow streets often presented a challenge for the large coach we were travelling in from 'Evan Evan's Tours'. Finally we reached Oxford. We thought it was a university, but apparently it is a group of 35 colleges! A fascinating walking tour was next ...
... round and my seat was front row - brilliant. Instead of an overture, a jazz musician asked the audience for song suggestions which he mashed up into an introduction. He started with my suggestion of Twinkle, Twinkle Little Star, merged that into Ravel's Bolero, then added a little Piano Man, Someone to Watch Over Me, Night and Day, etc. A brilliant start. The show was a lot of fun. The people sitting next to me moved to different seats after interval. At one ...
... each.....art phffff! We walk past Shakespeare's globe theatre, cool old place and the only building allowed to have a thatched roof since a small fire broke out in London a couple of hundred years ago. More walking and so much to see. We eventually meander our way back to the hotel, rest for an hour before hitting the streets again. Our travels take as to bond street, Kings street (past Victoria's secrets where I am assured you can ...
... silk weaving family through time, 18th to 19th century. You are supposed to feel like they are still occupying the space and have just left the room. Go if you have time to spare, don't make a special effort though.
I ran some errands the next morning, while N stayed in. We got some lunch from a "food-truck" market, run every weekday, just round the corner from where we are staying. The Whitecross Street Food Market. We ...