Russell Court Hotel
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... or maybe that was just the adrenaline kicking in) stampede a coordinated route through the tight streets of Pamplona, towards the Plaza del Toro, where they are ushered away, and saved for the Bull fight in the afternoon. During the run, Fin, Roger and I are trying to run together, a very difficult task in such a situation, just a metre to our right, a man was trampled by all six bulls, but it is impossible for anyone to stop and help. The whole run is over quite quickly, ...
... ornate for most people that would be re-enacting in a camp environment, a simplified version would look good in most encampments.
The third item is well known to many re-enactors I know, and I have even seen some people try to copy it from pictures in many books many of us have in our collections.
What most of us missed is that this display only shield is very complexly curved.
It is concave top to bottom, like ...
... the Horse Guard, Scotland Yard, Downing Street and end up at Trafalger Square. The walk is lined with monuments to all the important people in the history of London. We stop at a nice pub for lunch and head on.
Another note of interest is that even though London is a huge metropolis there are tons of green spaces. We went by St. James Park which is a huge park with a pond where people just meander around. It is connected to Green Park, Hyde Park and Buckingham Palace ...
... food as well. After an hour or 2 of chewing, sipping, chatting and laughing we unfortunately had to head back to our Apartment before taking in the show we'd booked. Lots of goodbyes and Eva and Bella exchanged addresse as well. It was fantastic to catch with Esther and Joe again and the kids had some much needed ''friend time' which for the boys meant wresting and charging around like maniacs and for the girls meant talking, talking and ...
... half hour earlier than the TFL website suggested--I had a "Bill-Murray-in-Scrooged" moment when I spent five minutes walking up Buckingham Palace Road looking for the station before realizing it was right there in front of me, its name carved above the main entrance. But that wasn't the last hurdle. The coach station is large and confusingly laid-out, with Gates 1-20 being accessible in order, but with Gate 21 tucked away behind Gate 1 for ...