We've just returned from a coupled of nights in London. Just the two of us. The children stayed at home (with the in-laws), and we had time to ourselves - with no clock watching.
We saw loads, and went to two fantastic shows.
Wicked is all about the Witches of Oz, before the story The Wizard of Oz. The sets and lighting were fab and the music was just outstanding. I'd forgotten how amazing a West End production is. It's currently showing at the Apollo Theatre, Victoria. A truly phenomenal show.
On Wednesday night, we saw "The Sound of Music".
Not so much of a surprise as Wicked, as the story is so well known. However, it was a pure delight, with amazing sets, and the music was terrific. Connie Fisher, winner of the BBC show "How Do You Solve A Problem Like Maria?" was in it, and she has made the part her own.
What else did we do? We went on the London Eye and took a Duck Tour. We walked and walked.
We went on Virgin Trains, which took the strain out of the journey. It was great to relax and watch the countryside rush by.