The Tophams Hotel Belgravia
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... stations down to Embankment, to the Playhouse Theatre, to see a production of 1984.
Now I’m no theatre critic, I’m finding it hard to describe what I saw. All I can keep thinking is “Holy **** that was so intense!”. It started off somewhat confusingly… I spent at least a good half hour or more trying to work out what is going on, unsure if the production was too clever to me, or too clever for its own ...
... Ireland, across the North Atlantic to Canada then down to New York. I don't have the range to do Ireland to Canada direct, plus I've always been keen to see a few islands in the North Atlantic, so finding a balance between History and modern day exploring, I have come up with this route.
Well, the day started out really well with a trip to an amazing Chappell on top of the tallest hill in Paris, so you could see everything in the city. Inside the Chappell was awesome with pure gold mosaics everywhere. We had a local guide tell us the story of St. Dennis. He was beheaded for starting a place of worship that believed in a single God as opposed to the popular belief ...
... bag to open it confessing that it is her bag. Mazie pushes the hand away. No touching. It’s in Government hands now. Mazie nonchalantly looks around the bag and wanders over to the stand behind her, pretending to check something or other has a chat with a co worker and wanders back to demand he bag be opened.
Mazie has refreshed her plan. The new strategy will be much more thorough. Pretty Miss Lucy might have not got ...
... did relate to one artist, whose painting was about how stupid surrealist painting was. I enjoyed seeing the likes of Salvador Dali, Matisse, and Picasso and we closed the museum out.
Continuing towards central London, we stopped by St. Paul's cathedral and were astonished at the shear size and stature of the cathedral in the heart of London. We stopped by a pub for a lovely set of Meat Pies and ales and headed home. Another long day, but full of enjoyment.