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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... roof and wooden seats. It was built with the best seats to listen to the play not see it. For a penny the working class could stand around the stage in all kinds of weather. Due to their lack of hygiene and the smells of their work wind holes were placed on the second floor and so we ended up with windows. Women were unable to act and so the parts of women were played by young boys. As they were in dresses too long for them the ...
... the countryside) was a factor in this.
Our next stop was to find somewhere for lunch and do some last minute shopping. We walked down past some very grand houses to Peter Jones (part of John Lewis) in Sloane Square and found a Fitbit for Marion's mother so she can keep a record of the steps she does each day. We also found some flash body spray for David so he will smell a whole lot better. We had an egg and cress roll for lunch and then ...
Midday - On The Train
Although our bags were packed, we forgot to set the alarm last night and slept in rather late so the inevitable rushing around for the last bits and pieces was rather more panic stricken than I would have liked. Not only do you have to think about what not to forget to put in the bags, you have to try to think ahead to what needs doing around the house in preparation for a month's absence. I know that if we have forgotten something our wonderful ...
... or maybe that was just the adrenaline kicking in) stampede a coordinated route through the tight streets of Pamplona, towards the Plaza del Toro, where they are ushered away, and saved for the Bull fight in the afternoon. During the run, Fin, Roger and I are trying to run together, a very difficult task in such a situation, just a metre to our right, a man was trampled by all six bulls, but it is impossible for anyone to stop and help. The whole run is over quite quickly, ...
The clock was our task master this morning. Jodie was coming over at 8:30 so we had to be ready. We were heading over to Islington Town Hall where we were going to meet Keavy, a sister and friend of Jodie's who she has been close to since her first trip to London, along with her young son, Luga. From there we walked to a sister’s home where we had our meeting for field service. After some encouragement from the congregation’s circuit overseer, we headed off for our ...