Farewell London Town


Pru and I at the theatre about to be entertained….

Book of Mormon was everything you would want and more – we had such a fun time and I think that Jesus was my favourite character of the night with his light up gown.


Thursday saw the first real day of knitting and I cast on some brioche – yes the bug has hit.  It did take about 6 goes to get going where I cast on and stumbled through the tab cast on each time getting closer to understanding the stitch – thankfully Pru had gained her brioche knitting master level badge so I had my own personal tutor sitting next to me.

We meandered along too the Tate modern via the Portrait Gallery where our dear friend Kitchener got another visit and tribute.  We searched high and low for Cromwell but only found the other one not the one we wanted.  Then a quick detour via the changing of the guard and all those gorgeous horses to the Tate Modern.


Time for lunch and tea then a serious look at some art and the gift shop.  An entirely different space to the other galleries we had been in over the week,  the Tate has a completely different sense of scale.


At this point I headed off to Notting Hill to catch up with an old work colleague and Pru headed home to Soho.


After a tea and catchup I also headed back to Soho and we had a delicious diner of Indian around the corner – and saw the start of fashion week in the party atmosphere at Carnaby St on the way home.


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