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... there were some people I met for the first time. Mummy was still concerned about me and may be a little over protective so I didn't get many cuddles with people, but I like looking at everyone. Daddy did a good job cooking and Che had a great time...he even showed off some of his dancing moves...I'm going to love them when I'm ...
... Norri & Tariq followed by Pork pies etc. We sat out until 11-30 on a cloudless warm summers evening just like we do at home!
26 July. Awoke to a cloudless morning and still very warm, my what a good summer.
I connected Carol’s new WiFi router, so we are now connected to tintanet. Visited the Trafford Centre bought a Jambox from the Apple shop. Anthony and I went to the Monton- Weaste cricket club to watch the second team for a couple of hours then we ...
... cricket match that was being played while we were there. We got to go into the media centre - the one shaped like a space ship - which has fantastic views of the ground. It is very different to the MCG, a much more intimate feel, you are very close to the ground in every seat.
Lords also gave us our second and third celebrity encounters. On the practice ground at the back Adam Gilchrist was playing in another ...
... how big the clock was, and we learned that the clock is manually wound up each week, taking 30 hours to complete. Next we walked by Parliament, and Westminster Abby. Both buildings were beautiful! I was especially awestruck by Westminster Abby.
Afterward Nathan had to leave, and Claire and I continued on the London Eye. The view was unbelievable! Your can see the whole city from the Eye, and take amazing photos! It ...
... Seymour. Quite interesting if you have
watched the Tudors series.
The grounds are beautiful and we both got totally lost in the day and went without lunch, After the castle a
short walk through Windsor township across the Thames to Eton and Eton College a secondary school for boys £11, 000 per term. The princes went to school here. From here back to
London and dinner at the local pub in Glouster Road.