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... around the corner from the theatre. We thoroughly enjoyed to musical tonight. It was so well done. We would recommend it to any Roald Dahl fans. Slightly different from the movie storyline, but it worked. The oompah loompahs were so cute! It is now after midnight and we have an early wakeup call for the morning, so I will close for now. "I would like to spend the whole of my life traveling, if I could anywhere borrow another life to spend at home." -William ...
... exhibitions which now are Matisse's cut-outs and Ric************* and much as i'de loved to have seen them, esp.the Matisse , we opted to just see as much as we could manage of the permanent exhibits. This huge edifice on 4 levels has exhibition space on 3 divided into subjects such as Structure and Clarity ( abstract art since early 20th C encompassing Cubism, geometric abstraction and minimalism), Energy and Process ( the radical ...
make it to Vietnam soon. I'll also make it to Canada. I'll travel Europe and
wonder what the hype of Berlin is all about. South America is up there. The
order? The time? The people? I have no idea. For now, I'm focusing on settling
back in and being optimistic about the future. I am lucky that I am still very
young. I won't listen to Kodaline for a while. I can't listen to Avicii 'Wake me
up' without thinking of how I made ...
... Paul's Cathedral to hopefully see the 1pm Christmas carols mass. As I got off the tube and walked around the corner right in front of me was the one and only famous 'London line’. I swear everywhere you go in London there is a line, at the supermarket, at the tube, the museum, the bus stop and of course the bathroom. I braved it and joined the line. It was moving fast so I was ok until staff came around and told us that there was a 50/50 ...
... ferry across from Scotland to Northern Ireland, and then drove down the Eastern coast to Dublin to pick up some new starters who were joining us for the Irish leg of the journey! It was great to be off the bus several hours later and into the worlds largest hotel room: we had somehow been booked into a disabled suite! After a few hours relaxation, followed by dinner, it was time for a big night out, washing two live traditional acts in a traditional Irish pub, with lots of ...