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... you doing at this time?". Thats when I realised I probably should not have made that call. I had to tell her that I went to meet Dawn for a night out. She immediately responds saying....Ayyo paapa ....appadiye maareedaadhe!!!!! hahahah it is still ringing in my ears. I just had to tell her.....you know me better than I do myself. Love her so much.
... Had a tour of the stadium, into the team dressing rooms and also into the president's suite.
Then it was time to get on the train from Cardiff to London. We arrived at Paddington station at 5pm rush hour. What an amazing place, then we had to change trains to Acton where my Aunt Margaret met us.
Tonight we are in staying in west London.
... Street, get on the Bakerloo line there and then backtrack through Paddington and on to the next stop. Such a waste of time!! We were trying to find the Hammersmith & City line – walked up and down Paddington Station. It was supposed to be on Platform 16. We were about to go to the help desk when we looked down at the ground and realised there was a strip on the ground showing you the way! Eli commented that it wasn’t vey well signed!!! My response ...
... and the Aquarium. We then went on Parliament and Big Ben. From there we moved on to Westminster Abbey, an impressive church but not as impressive as St Paul's. We walked passed the Supreme Court twice without noticing. After that we walked back to Leicester Square, via Trafalgar. We saw Liberty, a beauty Mecca and architectural highlight, and moved on to Piccadilly Cirlce. From there we walked along Regent Street, past Burberry (eeeep), to Oxford Street. Here ...
... John Hunter (1728-1793).
In modern times, people collect stamps and beermats but not John Hunter, no, he decided to have a private collection of anything that lived (and died) and stick it into a jar of vinegar (or whatever is best used to pickle body parts) for the residents of London to view a couple of hundred years later.
There are over 3,500 specimens including the human skeleton of a 7ft 7in ‘giant’, although I have to admit, ...