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... and the play was Gypsy, the story of Gypsy Rose Lee. It was really good and we all really enjoyed it. I didn't realize it but Katie told us after that the woman who played Rose, Gypsy's mother, was the same woman who played Dolores Umbridge!
London really comes alive at night with all of the pubs but not a lot of late night food. The one place we had planned on going for a later supper was ...
So landed at 6:20am at Heathrow Airport. Wow. Lots of people...all waiting to get on the train to pick-up luggage. Kinda felt like cattle in a truck. Thru customs easily and finally met Wendy. She had her friend Peter drive as traffic extra heavy due to public transportation strike. England hardly drive. They use their public transportation. ...
... tour. Luckily, my first English fish and chips (haddock) and Stephen’s Cumberland sausages weren’t too exorbitant (and pretty good.)
We had been on our feet all morning, it felt like, so we decided to get a bus back to the station rather than walk, but we discovered that just a bit past the bus stop was Abbey Road, so we couldn’t miss that. And yes, okay, we took a photo on the crossing. Luckily there was not a lot of traffic, ...
We didn't spend much time around the parliament buildings with the rain, but it did afford us a little more time in the national gallery. I remember being intrigued by turner's rain steam speed painting in a high school course. Getting a chance to see the painting was a highlight. I was taken by the size of his Calais pier painting although I care less for it then his other more hazy orangey glowy ...
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You have not seen a mess like the one I made on my floor today. Honestly, it makes my four months on the road look immaculate!
Not only did I pull my bag apart, but I pulled anything left in my draw apart and sorted it beyond belief!
Stuff to go to the bin, stuff to go ...