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Travel Blogs from London
... again, then we went home to uncle mikes to clean up and pack our bags we are off to Paris tomorrow. After saying good bye to uncle mike, Jessie the dog and Annabelle we caught the train into kings cross station had a bite to eat and took our photos near platform 9 & 3/4 we didn't both lining up as it was a long long line so we just took them from the side. Then we walked across the road to st pancreas station to catch the Eurostar train to ...
Today, the 4th, we went to the National
Gallery at Trafalgar Square.
It was a rainy day and I took a photo of St. Pauls
against a really threatening sky. It’s cleared up already as I write this……England’s
weather is so changeable and unpredictable!
... don't pay you get sent to UrineTown- a terrible and violent place.
The show was hilarious! Ingenious and all the staff were so talented. We were pretty much in the show as we were second row from the front (the front row is not a good idea as you get spat on by the cast...)
There was blood, there was ...
... not always understand Bethan's lyrical Welsh accent. I have gotten to know Bethan much better through the years, and perhaps being married to an Englishman helped, but Bethan seems so easy to understand now.
Their contemporary home is situated on a hillside. The view from their upstairs bedroom is over a bit of the town and into the English Channel. Bad timing for me as all I could see was grey rain and clouds. At least the view out the back up ...
We decided to take a hop on hop off bus tour today. We skipped the hopping off part and rode the whole curcuit with a great guide, Steve. Steve said I have a very good English accent, and he said mom's sounded like she's more from northern England.