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... over the fields and hedges.
One day we were walking along the coastal path and had identified where we would stop to eat lunch on a bench on the return journey. When we arrived back a lady was sitting there but as there was sufficient space we asked if we could join her. We had a fascinating conversation! Sheila (she told us her name) was incognito as she quickly explained. She had on a very large floppy hat hiding much of her face, and huge sunglasses fitted on top of her ...
... I looked at the other side of the doorway. There it was again. So I thought, "Why two of the same painting, almost side by side?" The doorway between them gave them about two meters of distance, so you can't quite see them side by side. I had to stand back, and almost block the doorway to look carefully.
They are different paintings. By different painters, decades appart, but painted from exactly the same spot on the Grand Canal.
So, I have just had an AMAZING day! My friend's mom knows some people over here and they were kind enough to take us to a game at Wembley Stadium. AHHH!! I cannot even express my excitement (probably because I'm still on a high from watching that game and actually being in the stadium) of just how much fun I had at the game.
Obviously, football is the sport over here. It's generally playing in pubs and people ...
... I though it is silly not to experience these unique things after travelling so far, no matter what it costs. I am glad I did because even though we wandered everywhere in the rain under umbrellas, I wouldn't have missed the experience for anything.
The highlight was the half hour we spent in the Kings College Chapel hearing about what it took for Henrys 6th, 7th, and 8th, to get this ...
... the town is steeped in obvious history and wealth, it is also, immediately obvious upon arrival, a university town too. Evidenced by the many 100’s of students all cycling trough the town on their bikes with baskets on the handlebars. They were also awarding honours the day we were there, because there were many ...