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Today while in London, we visit the Marylebone Cricket Club and Lord's and Octagon. It was a very busy day, but worth it. At the MCC, we learned how to play cricket. It was very challenging and hard to get the hang of, but it was very fun to play. The rules are hard to remember since there are so many. At Lord's, we saw the oldest stadium that's related to international cricket. It was an awesome stadium and exciting to see the stadium everyone wants to play at ...
... the crown! It was a simple service for such a huge cathedral.
After that we headed back to the hostel and went to breakfast at Cafe Reality. It was a cute little place and the food was spectacular! Then we jumped on the tube to take us to the train station to head back to Bangor. After switching once on the train and 3 to 4 hours later we were back in the flats in Bangor getting ready for the first day of school the next day. ...
... eventually killing it. The ordeal takes around 45 minutes and is horribly barbaric. To further complicate our emotions, the complete euphoria of the crowd is very strange. With bands playing and people drinking and singing amongst the anguish and suffering of the bull as it aimlessly runs around is very sad, and something we found difficult to become a part of. There was a clearer difference in cultures at this point more than any other time on our trip.
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... them and a few of them tried to tip them over, so they roped it off. Visitor centre had this amazing360 degree view of the solstice summer and winter, which shoes the sun rising and setting as predicted by the 4marker stones...amazing. Weather has been good with no rain. Around 25 degrees, but humid. Most places do not have air conditioning, and if they have, it's not very good. None on the tube at all! I noticed ...
... Gough’s Sunflowers and Monet’s Water Lily Pond), and the National Portrait Gallery. I really enjoyed the portrait gallery, with portraits ranging from old kings and queens, and all sorts of different historic figures (writers, politicians, actors) through the ages to present day faces and contemporary pieces including Tony Blair, Princess Di and Catherine.
We had a quick pre-theatre dinner of Vietnamese Pho, before Woman in Black at the tiny Fortune Theatre. My ...