Monday, 24 August 2009

Greenwich

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Sometimes, organising the RNA Conference is a seriously fun job. Last week, for instance, I was in Greenwich speccing out the Queen Anne building,

the Painted Hall (no, we can't afford to eat there, but it had to be checked, right?),


the Queen Mary Undercroft (we might be able to eat there - wonder if they do beans on toast?),

and the view from the Trafalgar Tavern (we can afford to eat there).

And all on the hottest day of the summer so far in London.
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9 comments:

liz fenwick said...

It looks glorious!!!!
lx

Jan Jones said...

Yup! One to remember, we hope.

Well, it will be the RNA's 50th anniversary!

Kate Hardy said...

Excellent choice - looks amazing and I cannot WAIT until the next conf!

Lori x said...

Wow, sounds like a fab day out....er I mean a hard day working ;-D
Lori x

Debs said...

Looks fantastic. I can't wait to go.

Nicola Slade said...

Ooh, excellent, looking forward to it. We once went to a ball there and our table was right where your photo shows, very posh and very expensive: very posh frock for me and white tie and tails for Morley! (Which we had to hire, of course.
But beans on toast will be fine, one of my favourite meals, anyway.

Cat Marsters/Kate Johnson said...

Looks gorgeous, Jan: can't wait!

Karen said...

That does sound like a fun day out! Hopefully the conference will be even better :o)

Susie Vereker said...

It's a tough job. Have once had dinner in the Painted Hall myself -well, someone's got to do it.
Look forward to next conf.