York & Albany
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... there and seeing all the homemade food items vendors had to offer. Our last stop of the day was Shakespear's Globe. Although not the original Globe (that one was burned down in a fire), this was a beautiful round, outdoor theater just like what we thought the original would have looked like with a thatched roof and wooden beams (no metal nails were used to build, only wood pegs). It was really cool to be there as the sun went down and with our tour being the last of the day it ...
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The only way by which ...
... me to the focus acts of the show. Once again, straying far
from the typical juggling, hula hoops and clown, Sequence 8 gives the
audience a chance to see circus acts that they wouldn’t necessarily
get to see.
graceful Russian bar act performed by the same talented girl who also
performed on the Cercaux, intertwined with an edgy Chinese pole
routine and Korean Plank act, hoop diving, box juggling and the ...
... Its door has functioned perfectly so far.
Our dramas were not over for when Tamara
returned to the launderette the washing was still being washed. Eventually the
woman in charge conceded that the machine was broken and arranged to deal with
it which included removing the washing from the machine for free, this service
normally costs £10!! And then drying it ...
Don't quit your daydream. - Author Unknown
After a 4 hour flight, a 7 hour layover and an 8 hour flight, I was welcomed by the most wonderful sight. A sign with my name on it held by my good friends David and Mark. You will never realize how lonely it is to arrive at an airport with no one to welcome you until you've done it 18 times in a row. That's right, I've just realized this marks my 18th flight. I have one page left in my passport - awesome ...