Kensington Court Hotel Notting Hill
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... goes, that was it, our time there has come to a close. What an incredible city - it’s stuff built on top of other stuff, a feeling which pervades almost the whole place. From the tube stations, to Camden markets, to hotels made from terraces joined together, to streets that seem to start and stop randomly for no good reason … it’s an agglomeration of centuries on top of centuries on top of centuries, and I loved every last bit of it.
... but crowded, display of the excavation of the ancient baths and a good interpretation of the Romans who lived and made their homes in this area over a thousand years ago. The hot springs that feed the baths are still pumping warm mineral water through the rocks to the baths and we could see the steam rising from the pools and feel the warmth of the water. The actual pools were once covered by arched ceilings and walls, so the Romans ...
... Piccadilly to Charing Cross. I was a bit scared, but the maps were good, and we only had one stop to do before we could get out. It was really easy - I reckon we could do that again ok. More things ticked off the bucket list for London.
Home by 8.30pm and the aunties are asleep already. I am still having trouble with this stupid wifi connections on the Surface Pro - so my ideas of blogging are not working at all atm. Perhaps I will ...
... this month - the Hogwarts Express steam train at a recreation of Platform 9 3/4 at Kings Cross train station. They had decorated the carriage with scenes from different movies which we got to look through, plus there were several trolleys with luggage half into the walk so we did a photo stop there.
We grabbed some lunch then looked at a few outside sets - the triple decker Knight Bus, the house ...
... first time."
To be honest, I still feel that the real Oscar is better seen through his own writing, but still this play was honest, moving and witty, and as shocking as the real story of Oscar's trials really is. It was only on for a month at Trafalgar, but should it tranfer to a new venue, I strongly urge you not to miss it!
The cast included John Gorick, wonderful as Wilde, as well as Rupert Mason and William Kempsell. It was directed by Peter ...