RJ Brudenell (azoth) wrote,
RJ Brudenell
azoth

the bayeux tapestry

Had to get up at 7am but ended up getting up at 5am.

I think I had a nice breakfast although I was too tired to remember.

There was a three hour coach drive to the war museum which was fairly interesting but the film they showed us was a bit boring. The other things were fairly interesting though. We were allowed a short time for shopping then we went to have dinner. As usual it was something nasty swimming in mayonnaise.

The next stop was The Bayeux Tapestry. The tapestry was great and I bought a mini version of it for my Dad.

Then there was a three hour coach journey followed by a great dinner. It was some sort of fish cake and carrots with fruit and yogurt for dessert.

After dinner we played spin the bottle again and then we escaped the complex. We walked around until the early hours of the morning.

When we got back to the complex we burst into the second years room to find them taking pictures of each others asses. We'd put a jam in their door lock earlier that day so they really expecting us to show up when we did.

I bought tea bags in the town that day and made everyone tea using the ancient cups and a broken saucepan. We stayed up until the teachers appeared and made us turn off the lights.
Tags: bayeux tapestry, france, george spencer, tea
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