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... I spent many a good afternoon moving amongst these great paintings, so it was good to make their acquaintance again. In particular I enjoyed the familiar sight of the Ambassadors by Holbein, a thought provoking work even today. The two girls had fun working out the emblematic importance of parts of the painting(like the crucifix partially hidden behind the curtain in the background and the fascinating manner in which the elongated skull creates an illusion ...
... other for 5 years of marriage and having been together 9 years too!!!! ;-) Total meal cost £200.... Eek! Lucky we are ahead on our budget, so we didn't really mind. A little pricey for a Fancy steakhouse, but it was good steak...cooked beautifully! After tea we just made our way back to the train and home for an early night. Although we did stop at a pub up the road from the house for a nightcap. This place was packed full of locals. We love how ...
... awesome. This is a really bad paragraph - too tired to care. Love you family! PS - had awesome sticky toffee pudding. NEED RECIPE.
Lizzy - Well, today was pretty spectacular. Going on a plane for the first time, fangirling over Irish accents, having an Irish man check my carry-on bag because of my metal Tardis keychain (he moved Peter). So not cool, but at least he said cheers to me! Anywho, the London Eye ...
... which we needed to use for finding food), so again too much to see and too little time.
Jane Austen's house beckoned from down the road as well. I needed little persuasion to wander that way, but my sense and sensibility ensured that I chose the bus instead.
We definitely need to spend about 4 days in Bath next time to experience its splendour.
Our final stop was Stonehenge and that delivered big time. A ...
... back, I'm bringing a bigger appetite.
This one you'll have to stretch with me a bit, but I'm going to talk about how the people of London touched me spiritually. I'll still defend the French and say that they are not necessarily a rude people, but they aren't necessarily friendly either. I think the entire time I was in London I came across two people who weren't absolutely lovely. The customs officer I dealt with at 4 in the morning, the guy I bought my ...