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... and share an "elephant ear" at a patisserie called Paul's that we were familiar with from our time in Paris.
Our dinner reservations were for a restaurant near Piccadilly called Jamie's Italian. It's a chain, run by a chef made famous by a BBC show called The Naked Chef. Some people on the Tauck tour raved about their experience at the location in Oxford. Our dinners were very good but the restaurant was crowded, the tables too close together and the noise level was high.
... We arrived as the museum opened at 1000 hours and spent four hours browsing our way through the world and its history. Immediately upon entry into the museum we were initiated into its scope with a Dale Chihuly chandelier over the ticket desk and the Hereford Screen looming overhead. The screen looks medieval, but is a product of the Industrial Revolution, made of electroformed copper in the 1860s. After a century in a cathedral's ...
... everyone knows Roald Dahl's story of Charlie and the Chocolate Factory (aka Willy Wonka in film circles) and we are looking forward to this production (http://www.charlieandthechocolatefacto ry.com). It is playing at the Theatre Royal Drury Lane to good reviews and starring Josh Groban. Well staged and entertaining the show was let down a bit by uninspiring music. The cast, especially Josh Groban (Willy Wonka) and the ...
... it and a good time was had by all. I later chanced upon the old remains of Shakespeare's Rose theatre - not too far away from the Globe - and it is worth a visit even if just to hear the fascinating story of how the foundations ( which are now underwater) have been preserved by some dedicated and courageous fans. They are now trying to raise the funds to uncover them properly one ...
... to have money to pay the Paul tax. The Peter tax referred to the tax that people had to pay to fund the building of St. Peter's Church, while the Paul tax referred to the tax that the people had to pay to fund the building of St. Paul's Cathedral. When the idiom says "rob", it takes that if you don't pay a tax, you are robbing a person (pope, in this case) of what that person rightfully deserves. Thus, the saying means, not paying the Peter tax in order to ...