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... that a coffee machine' which of course I answered with 'no...it's a spaceship'. And instead of being one of those people who don't find it funny...HE PLAYED ALONG! 'So that is how you get home?' And somewhere there I said something and he didn't get it..."that went straight over my head...which is fair enough cause I'm sitting down" fair play to you good sir, fair play. I was pouring a Guinness and the white top on it was slightly larger than usual. Not a hugely ...
... 14th century until the reign of Charles II, a procession would be led from the Tower to Westminster Abbey on the coronation of a monarch.The peak period of the castle's use as a prison was the 16th and 17th centuries, when many figures who had fallen into disgrace, such as Elizabeth I before she became queen, were held within its walls. This use has led to the phrase "sent to the Tower". Despite its enduring reputation as a place of torture and death, ...
... last minute or perhaps you snuck in the
side door. Either way, as of now, whether we know each other or not,
we are all connected. Tonight, this night, you the audience hold this
show in your hands, or rather your feet. It's a Pas De Deux. A dance
of our actions and your reactions, to which no one really knows the
steps yet. Neither your nor I...
transition between vocal speech and music is seamless.
... Mews where all the coaches and Queen's Rolls were on display. The tour continued through the stables where some of the horses were in their stalls. Next part of the tour was the staterooms inside Buckingham Palace. All the rooms were beautiful. We were able to see the throne room, the music room where Prince George's christening was held and many other rooms where the Queen meets with important dignitaries from all parts of the ...
... was designed and managed from
-the hospital where the cure for smallpox was discovered, which is now a hotel
-old London (which is much, much older than Westminster and the palaces) and remnants of the wall that the Romans built around the city nearly 2 THOUSAND years ago!
and many more!
After the tour, I headed back to the hotel before dinner. I saw an awesome pub on the tour with an outside deck and headed ...