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... else truly love you?) The sunshine and warm weather is also helping my affect.
Tonia and I headed out for a day at the sea, in Brighton. It was great! Then, mom came over, and we headed on a whirlwind trip around Ireland and Northern Ireland. The people are wonderful. It felt very homey (aside from Dublin, which I found less than charming). As much as I like to pretend to be "posh" I am much more a country girl, who is laid back and can't be bothered with putting in a ton ...
... and then went to an Italian restaurant nearby which was pretty damn good for tourist central.
They then decided that they wanted to see the tourist sights again, but this time by night- so we set off for the Big Ben, Westminster and the London Eye... again. To be honest though, it was really beautiful by night on such a warm day and I love ...
... joined some English gents, who gather once a week, so they welcomed us to their table, as it was busy. Hoped on a double decker bus, and just enjoyed the scenery, went through a few different areas, like the upscale streets that Christopher Wren had been commissioned to do after the great fire and many others , just so much great architecture. Brits are very friendly, if they see you looking at a map or just looking bewildered, they will stop and ask to help, and with ...
... museum we headed to Trafalgar square and the National art gallery where I saw some Monet, Manet and a glimpse of a Van Gogh Sunflower. We stopped off at the Portrait gallery and saw some Warhol and the paintings of royalty dating back hundreds of years.
We booked a tour for Stone Henge and bath and headed there the next day. Stone Henge is a really interesting place having stood there for thousands of years presenting ...
... over across London. We decided to keep walking from there and went down to see the Cutty Stark , and the royal naval college, which was really neat, we kind of wandered around in their grounds and came across a building that looked like you could go inside and it turned out to be an amazingly beautiful place called The painted hall. Once we were finished looking around in there we headed back to Danny's granddads for tea , and I ...
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