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  • Herlock Sholmes
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    Originally posted by Ozzy View Post
    Thanks for the link Herlock.
    At first I thought these must be recordings that you watch through but no, they're live.
    Tempted by the Ripper tour. Next time it's on is Thursday 27 May at 8.30 pm.
    No problem Ozzy.

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  • Ozzy
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    Thanks for the link Herlock.
    At first I thought these must be recordings that you watch through but no, they're live.
    Tempted by the Ripper tour. Next time it's on is Thursday 27 May at 8.30 pm.

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  • c.d.
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    Originally posted by Herlock Sholmes View Post

    It should be interesting. The guide is French.
    I took the tour. She was a little hard to understand but I did enjoy seeing what Whitechapel looks like today. You could also get a sense from some of the old buildings what it looked like in the Ripper's day.

    c.d.

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  • String
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    On a similar vein check out radio garden.
    Radio Fiji!
    http://radio.garden/listen/radio-fij...107-4/EJsyacaD
    You can tour the radio world.
    There are mobile apps available too.

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  • Herlock Sholmes
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    Originally posted by Ms Diddles View Post
    Am looking forward to tonight's stroll around Whitechapel!

    My pal who I'm travelling with to London has signed up too.

    Hopefully we'll get some inspiration for our trip!
    It should be interesting. The guide is French.

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  • Ms Diddles
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    Am looking forward to tonight's stroll around Whitechapel!

    My pal who I'm travelling with to London has signed up too.

    Hopefully we'll get some inspiration for our trip!

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  • Herlock Sholmes
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    Originally posted by Ms Diddles View Post

    You hussy, Herlock!!!
    It was raining there as well.

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  • Ms Diddles
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    Originally posted by Herlock Sholmes View Post
    Just did Pere Lachaise Part 2. Edith Piaff, Honoré De Balzac, Oscar Wilde.
    You hussy, Herlock!!!

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  • Herlock Sholmes
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    Just did Pere Lachaise Part 2. Edith Piaff, Honoré De Balzac, Oscar Wilde.

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  • Ms Diddles
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    Originally posted by Pcdunn View Post
    I checked out "Swamp Motel" at their site, and I think it could lead the way to "Holodeck" type entertainment rooms as imagined on "Star Trek the Next Generation".

    Are they all mystery or escape room experiences?
    The ones I did were both online mystery experiences.

    You have to search online for clues and crack codes.

    You get texts and weird phone calls throughout too, so it's kind of multi-media!

    We really enjoyed it!

    It was a fun way to hook up with pals when you couldn't physically be in the same room.

    We co-ordinated red wine and cheese snacks throughout to make it feel more like we were all together.

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  • Pcdunn
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    I checked out "Swamp Motel" at their site, and I think it could lead the way to "Holodeck" type entertainment rooms as imagined on "Star Trek the Next Generation".

    Are they all mystery or escape room experiences?

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  • Ms Diddles
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    Oh! They've revamped their website.

    The ones which we did are in the "Live" Section;

    Plymouth Point and the Mermaid's Tongue.

    We're planning on signing up for the Kindling Hour too, but have been distracted by the opening of the beer gardens!

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  • Ms Diddles
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    During those dark days, my friends and I amused ourselves with the online experiences offered by this company:

    Welcome to Swamp Motel

    They were really good fun and it was super cheap if there were five or six of us participating.

    Would highly recommend.

    It's nonsense, but excellent fun!

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  • Ms Diddles
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    Originally posted by Pcdunn View Post
    I just visited the Heygo site and noticed they offer you the chance to get "postcards" of your virtual tour. Rather a cool idea!
    It is cool, isn't it?

    I wish I'd known about it during the first lockdown, before I'd formed an "extended household" with my partner and whilst I was largely working from home!

    They were dull days!

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  • Pcdunn
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    I just visited the Heygo site and noticed they offer you the chance to get "postcards" of your virtual tour. Rather a cool idea!

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