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... crier. The night before we left we had an emotional farewell from him and again
in the morning. Aaron’s mum however cool as a cucumber. Took it all in her
So after the farewells the morning consisted of us printing
and double checking we had all the documents. While getting the important app allowing
aaron to watch sports live so he can keep an eye on Liverpool’s new manager.
Great story about when aaron found out about the new ...
... extra 4 tons of weight at the bottom to stop it tipping over, as it was a fully working bus that they drove around the streets of London.
So in short it really good to learn a little about how the movies were made, and of course it was great to see the sets and a massive array of props that were used in the movie. We hung around there for a good three hours before making our way back. (I posted all the photos yesterday, so don’t have ...
... our train back to London. We were all a bit exhausted and all napped on our journey home. On the advice of Richard, Ellie's dad we bought Cornish pasties from the Cornish Pasty shop at London Bridge Station for dinner. It is part of a chain that is also located at Kings Cross Station. If you are passing through either of these stations it is worth stopping and buying some of their wares. It also will save you a trip to Cornwall, South England to savour these tasty ...
... hanging from the ceiling like upside down lilly-pads. The rest of the family (John, Karen, Alan and Mary) joined us and we took our seats as the processional march demanded everyone's attention.
The doors at the end of the hall opened up with exuberance and fanfare as the provost armed with his coronation staff, began marching to the tempo of "Nun danket alle Gott" by S. Karg-Elert (a medium-paced tune). The Honorands followed, ...
... Waterloo (this is for future reference because sometimes these places are not easily found. I mean in this case there is a stop at Hampton Court - easy, but really, what is going on at Russell Square (British Museum stop), or Elephant & Castle (???).
Waterloo train station is huge. And busy, and generally organised chaos. But most people seem to know where they are going (or at least give that illusion). There is really no need to put your camera away to ...