The Manor House
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- Free parking
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... priceless artworks and sculptures (there were a lot of roman mythological sculptures actually). We got to walk through the the hall where the banquets are held when important guests (politicians) come to visit. You got to watch some of the behind the scenes work that goes into preparing the for a banquet and just watching it made me tired. The matriculate nature of the royal staff is something to be admired, the attention to detail is incredible. We got to see one of the Queens ...
... Carta exhibition which had many old old books . Very good exhibition with much added about its place in the American Consitution and in the United Nations Convention on Human Rights plus it had a copy of the Waitangi Treaty ( in Maori only ) . So out in the sunshine and where to choose to go now - well the bus is going to Marble Arch and I do know Marks and Sparks are ...
... the bus. The tour is finally over and the bus starts heading back to the city. It's 1.5 hours to London so I take another quick nap and my stomach starts to settle. Our tour finally ends at 8:30pm, so we've had a 12 hour day! In London, we get dropped off at Victoria station and start the 20 minute walk back to the hotel. We both were craving pizza so we found a place right next to our hotel, ordered a pizza to go, and ate it in bed. What a perfect end to a great ...
Viewed flat near Stratford this afternoon (east London) after walking from Bow Station. Flat would be OK, but not so sure on the location so think it will be a no for this one.
Went to see "Di, Viv & Rose", a play at the Vaudeville Theatre. Lived up to reviews & 5 star rating. So that's one down, with 56 more shows currently on! Happily they're not all on my "must see" list. Oh, that's excluding ...
... to pinch myself to believe that this is all real. I am still getting used to everything here, and am learning to maintain my colloquialisms as to not baffle everyone with my "beastly careless' and 'chips' not 'crisps'. Meanwhile, I am giving a lot of geography lessons regarding Tasmania. So far, I have been told that Tasmania is in Africa, South America and one student saying that I was lying there is no such place as ...