Twickenham Marriott Hotel
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Arrived at our Radisson hotel right next to the British Museum.
That night we went to the Royal Festival Hall for a performance my the London Philharmonic Orchestra.
Caught a bus to Westminister Bridge, just over the Thames from Westminster Palace and Big Ben. Did the Lambeth Walk down to Blackfriars Bridge. Some lovely performances by Ravel and Bizet.
Today we rose early and caught a bus to Waterloo Station and caught a ferry to Greenwich. Saw some ...
A Glorious Victory. Sue and I were at the Olympic Stadium in 2003 to see England beat Australia in the final. We were on the try line and could see Wikinson getting in position to kick the winning field goal.To be in England to see a replay at Twickenham, and Australia not just win so convincingly, but also eliminate England from the playoffs, was sublime redemption. After all, it was their World Cup to win.
Doesn't matter ...
... on the Navman. Anyway all good & we are driving in the English countryside all of a sudden come across Stone Hendge. Didn't expect to see that. One tip don't try a 6hr drive after flying from Australia. Not to bad but it was a long haul. Arrived at Penzance & after a bit of looking around found our accommodation an old inn & pub but a nice spot to stay. Good meal & beers for dinner then off to bed. A long day totally ...
... to watch the procession from what you might call a prime location. This year being back in London on the second Saturday in November went to view the procession. It is always preceded by the Pikemen. The guard of honour for the new Lord Mayor and goes back in time so long into antiquity. Parading in their deep red finery and all carrying their long pikes while marching and tapping them on the ground; all with perfect timing.
This year, 2014 is a ...
... a few classes together before she left LA for Pennsylvania for work. She met her French hubby Sebastien there, and the two of them transferred their jobs to London, where they've for almost two years. Lissa told me that Open London was going on that weekend - buildings that are not normally open to the public become accessible for the weekend. She had said they wanted to go up the Gherkin building - a skyscraper in the financial district of London and one of ...