Days Inn Bridgend Cardiff
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... to Kev it was insane! We made eye contact :)
The play was funny, .... And ..., it took a little while for the audience to with out that he was speaking with them and engaged at certain times with certain members. It was just brilliant!
Old Vic = old reliable for great theatre
Today we went to the London dungeon and learnt and experienced what it would have been like to be in prison or taken to the dungeons. There were actors in costume and full on rooms decked out in 1400-1900 decor. We were all hanged for our crimes at the end of the tour(a drop ride). It took a photo at the scariest moment and Ash's face was priceless! She looked terrified. Naturally, I had to have the photo and paid the ...
We awoke a little more refreshed this morning but knew we had a big day in front of us. First stop- the London eye. We all enjoyed the views of London Town and were thankful that it was a clear morning and not raining. After that we went to the Tower of London to try and see the ceramic poppies that have been placed in the moat for the 100 year anniversary of Armistace Day. The ...
... very private.
By the time we got back to Greenpark station it was nearly 6 o'clock and rush hour was in full swing! The first tube was stiflingly hot and it was standing room only. Golly I'd hate to have to do that every day! We finally got back to June's, rather exhausted, some time after 7pm, and spent a lovely evening having a good old catchup. Unfortunately Charlie seems to be coming down with the man flu...
... in, we are given about 90 minutes for lunch. For simplicity, we decide to eat in a Cafe just adjacent to the Cathedral and it gives us a chance to take breath as well.
We reassemble at 1.30pm and go into the Cathedral. We are left spellbound as we enter this building. Its construction started in the 1670s and it took over 31 years to finish. it is simply an architectural masterpiece. It sits upon the highest point in London and is almost 160 metres long and ...