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... that the pub was serving looked pretty good so we booked a table, showered, changed and went down to the bar to enjoy a decent two course meal with cider or Taylor’s Landlord according to taste.
The rain had nearly stopped and it wasn’t quite dark so we went for a walk and to have a quick look at Richmond Castle before trying a few of the town centre ...
... get a sense for the personality of the neighborhood I'm in. While Kensington is full of wealthy people driving their expensive cars, Shoreditch, in the East end, is quite different. It is a lot more down to Earth, in my opinion. Every place I go has a story behind it that you could never understand by looking at it from an outsider's perspective. In order to understand a city and its culture, you need to place yourself in it an explore ...
... on all the time. I guess June is getting into the busy tourist system but would hate to be here in July as the place is brimming with tourists already. Today we started off by seeing Westminster Abbey , walked through Kensington Gardens to the Royal Albert Hall only to see George Benson was performing there tonight so thought we would try our luck but the only tickets we could buy cost forty pounds to stand in the 90 ...
... were heartened as we'd had confirmation from the local bike shop that all our ordered equipment was ready to be picked up that afternoon, including Hannah's bike-so our plan to commence cycling, appeared to be imminent! However it wasn't to be- Darren returned from the bike shop without Hannah's bike- not only had they ordered in the wrong colour but it was also a man's bike-wrong on all accounts!! So it looks like our leaving date has been pushed back at ...
... a break in the whispering gallery to admire the inside of the dome.
Unfortunately we weren’t allowed to take photos inside, but it didn’t stop a few people being cheeky. We had an hour before closing so we explored the High Altar, the Quire, the Nave, and the Crypt. We had the choir singing with the organ for part of our visit which added to the ambience of the cathedral. Was one of the greatest cathedrals we had visited and a true ...