The Starr Inn
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- Free parking
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... their group! We met our tour guide at Sheppard's Bush and hopped on a coach to get to Hampton Court Palace, Henry VIII's palace (that he stole from Cardinal Wosley). It took us about 45 minutes to get there. The outside of the palace looked impressive! Our guide, Joel, was super knowledgable about English history and he took us into the Great Hall. They used the Hall for banquets and performances, and it is very likely Shakespeare would have performed there (as part of ...
... a doctor and novelist who was shot by firing squad at this site on December 30, 1896 on charges of fomenting local rebellion against the Spanish government.
However the Philippines declared its freedom from Spain on June 12, 1898 but the American forces quickly replaced the Spanish colonizers. The US granted the Philippines its freedom on July 4, 1946 , after the defeat of Japanese forces in the country. This is also where Manuel Roxas was ...
... Robert McCulloch purchased the bridge for $2,460,000. Oops. It has been reconstructed in Lake Havasu City, Arizona.
Across the road was the tower with its four corner spires of Southwark Cathedral (pronounced Súthark). I had sung concerts there while I was a student at Trinity College of Music in London. Upon crossing the road we saw why the tower seemed so short - the ground level of the ancient building, since rebuilt after a fire in ...
... so that we all had a grasp on what to expect for the next few days. Then we went to sample our first sangria and got some drinking supplies for the party back at Ezcoba that night. I woke up pretty rough due to getting sideways the night before and loosing my thongs and most of my memory..nothing a cold shower and some breaky couldn't fix though. We trundled into town at about 10am and loaded up on sangria for the opening ceremony. I headed to the Town Hall Square with Johno, Placey, ...
... Princess Diane although it had a different name then.
The elderflowers are now looking splendid. I picked some this morning and they are marinating in a bowl and I will make our first cordial in the morning.
Hopefully we will be in Islington tomorrow and will moor there for the night, if we can find a vacant space.