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... with the same name.. Anyway I made it :)
Once I got to Hampton Court Station I crossed a bridge over the Thames to Hampton Court Palace.
I took so many photos as I just loved it! One day I will own a castle, if it doesn't look like this one I will have to knock it down and rebuild, just like King William did when he moved in! Him and the Queen were going to demolish the whole palace but due to a lack of funds (clearly not very good with ...
... of 30 boys from the Abbeys residential choir school and 12 professional adult singers. We were invited to sit with the choir, along with approx 30 others including Dignitaries of Bangladesh. Later I laughed when Rio told me her program hit one of the dignitaries in the back of the head when she turned the page. The service was incredible. The sound in the Abbey is AMAZING! I think this was one of the highlights of the trip for me. Strolling across Westminster bridge we made our way ...
... perfect opportunity to visit while staying so close.
Nathan and Traci have been to Hampton Court twice before, however, our last trip was about 12 years ago. Today provided an opportune time to show Kate and Roy this beautiful and intriguing place as well as refresh our own memories.
Although still a royal palace Hampton Court has not been inhabited by a royal family since the 18th century. However, it is a beautiful, well maintained ...
... who I hadn't seen in over a year! Both were studying in different parts of London so it was cool to see both areas of the enormous city.
The first night I met Katie at the Liverpool Street Station and got to know her friends from school after a night out in Greenwich. This wasn't the heart of London, so drinks at the pubs were extremely affordable. It was really cool to be able to experience this and it was great that it didn't completely eat up all my cash at the same ...
... 7 then fly back to the US and see Sarah, Larry and Lucian in Florida. I can hardly believe it.
The Globe Theater is a recreation of the one in Shakespeare’s time which burned down. It is open air, cheap seats stand on the floor in front of the stage and the rest of us sit in the round in one of 3 balconies. We got our tickets before we left home so we are on the front row of the lowest balcony. Fabulous seats. ...