Sunday November 15th

Yesterday we went to the Clock Tower Cafe for a German style lunch (German sausage, Sauerkraut, mash and gravy), followed by a German film about a boy in a village who dreams of having a broader life (Home from Home). This was in the little cinema in the library building. The movie was about 3 hrs long, with an interval in the middle. We found it very engaging.

Afterwards we were thinking of going to a concert at Croydon Minster, but the little restaurant where we had a meal took a long time to bring out our small meal, and we felt somewhat tired, so decided to go home.

The fireworks started up again – after not very much on Friday night. I felt it was very insensitive after what had happened in Paris on Friday.

I woke up with a headache and am not feeling too well today. We talked to Matt and Hidde on FaceTime, and I rang Mum a bit later as well. She said it was a nice few days to celebrate her 85th birthday.

There were no photos taken yesterday, so this is one from Bletchley Park.

A view of the sheds where people worked at Bletchley Park
A view of the sheds where people worked at Bletchley Park