070503.Bath, Deadlines Draw Near

May 3, 2007 at 3:55 AM | Posted in Bath, somerset | 6 Comments

In Hansel & Gretle on Church Street, near the Royal Crescent

Copy of 070324.25.SO.Bath.HanselandGretle

“All time is all time. It does not change. It does not lend itself to warnings or explanations. It simply is. Take it moment by moment, and you find that we are all, as I’ve said before, bugs in amber.” –Vonnegut


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  1. i bought a cuckoo clock once from a dodgey one-eyed man in switzerland. when i got it home, i discovered that the cuckoo was glued on back to front. icannot tell you what it did instead of cuckoo-ing!
    hope you’re not feeling too pressured!

  2. Nice clocks. Nice photograph of clocks.

  3. ((I replied in comment on my own blog where you commented, but I realised you probably wouldn’t see it so I copy and pasted it here))

    In response to my “Sct. Knud’s Kirke” post:

    There are quite a few kebab and pizza shops near-by, actually, since it’s right in the center of town where all the pubs are 😉

    Well, I don’t think there’s a schedule to when they close off the underground area where the bones are; I think it’s just when there is an event going on there, like a choir/music group performing or a holiday. Once I saw a load of folded chairs down there, so either they were about to have a special service or they just had.
    Usually, the bones are on view, though.

    Well, here is some more Danish for you to learn!:
    “Hvordan går det?” — (Pronounced: vor-dan gore day?)
    It means: “Hows it going?” – something that you’d say to your friends or people you know well 🙂

    When did you last go to DK? What made you come to Odense? And do you plan on coming again?

  4. I’m enjoying this week. I know you’ll always have a soft spot in your heart for old stone cathedrals, but it’s pleasant to see the bits of Bath that don’t revolve around 15th-century masonry.

    This could be a personal bias, so feel free to ignore me.

  5. Oh HEY. Just remembered.

    1. How are you posting this week, if you don’t have internet access and you can’t upload pictures?

    2. How are you uploading pictures? Didn’t your camera die or something?

    3. When are you coming back to the States?

  6. It is a very beautiful photography, congratulations

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