Manson Place Apartments
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- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Refrigerator in room
- Non-smoking hotel
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... music and fun stuff. Imelda Staunton, well known British actress was the pushy mother, and she was excellent. It felt like a very London thing to do, being out to the Theatre, taking the Tube back to our hotel afterwards. We were into our nighties and bed pretty quickly, as you can imagine after our long day. I am writing this Friday morning, still sitting in bed at 9:15. It will be a much quieter day, taking the train at noon to Lincoln to see Wes and his ...
Today it was time for a visit to what's regarded as a bit of a "London secret" - there's still a network of canals that run from London all they way to at least Manchester. I think it was the primary way to move freight until the railways took over in the 1800's. So we hopped on the tube to Warwick Avenue, to find Jason, our boat. The hot tip for "Jason's Trip": since we pre-booked, we were allowed on first, so ...
... s sister and brother-in-law. Again, it was a fairly quiet time spent enjoying each other's company. We had Sunday lunch with a cousin from Kent and went for a couple of walks.
Unfortunately, Robert's mother died whilst we were down south. So, we curtailed our visit to London, cancelled our trips to Harrogate and Scotland, and drove back to Liverpool to help with funeral arrangements etc.
... a walking tour of the east end (which was excellent), a royal walking tour (Buck Palace etc), went to the Spitalfields and Borough Markets, Ric went to the Tower of London and other places one day (I've been before so left him to it), a River Thames cruise up to Grenwich and back, I had a coke on the 32nd floor of the Shard (great views for free!), ...
... thus far, he has collected over 450,000 samples. His point is that cultural diversity is what differentiates people (species). That's about the best I can do at this point, but as it becomes clearer, I will try to explain. The reason we are going to Tbilisi is that the area is the oldest genetic trail outside of Africa (?). We will spend two days in Georgia. http://www.travelpod.com/travel-blog-en ...