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... price and the roll was very good too.
We were getting quite tired but decided that we would go and look at some book shops. Our first was a Waterstones where Marion bought a book to read on the way home. We caught another tube to Tottenham Court Road so we could walk back up to Foyles and have another look around this amazing book store. Lots of people were inside sitting and reading books and some ...
... it was off to bath. We both loved Bath what a beautiful magnificent place, we both said we could live there. The bath abbey Is beautiful and so old, hard to get your head around the history of these places when Australia is only 200 plus years old.
After two hours in bath, which really wasn't long enough to check everything out, it was off to Stonehenge. So much mystery and speculation surrounds these strange large rocks in the ...
... stocking stereotypical British foods.
I got a scotch egg so Yummy.
After a bite to eat at the markets we went to the Shakespeare Globe Theatre where we watched Julius Creaser. Really good play. Well-acted. Interacted with actors throughout the audience.
I really enjoyed the play and it was only £5 standing entry.
After the play we planned to go to Chocywacydoda and then grab ...
Sleep in this morning! We woke up about 9 and didn't get out of bed until 11 so missed the hotel breakfast. We went for a wander and found a place serving breakfast and a pharmacy where you could actually buy cold and flu tablets off the shelf and without a prescription so we thought we were in heaven. Back at the hotel we had 4 days to ...
... years of stored up cricketing wisdom that has found a useless home in my brain....all came flooding out in a torrent of wonderment to all other tour goers! Michael even offered his tour guides jacket to me out of sheer awe....hahahaha! At the conclusion of the tour we went into the gift shop and bought the obligatory souvenirs then into the Lord's Tavern for a pint and a bit of lunch. After lunch Tim and I went and sat in the stand to watch some of the match in progress while ...