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Standing in the hot afternoon sun I gazed up at the twisted framing of the Orbit observation tower recalling a similar hot summer's day two years ago. That day the Olympic Games were in full swing. I was fortunate to have tickets for the Hockey. Thousands of spectators at my shoulders were being marshalled through the Olympic Park to their chosen venues.
The park was filled with a myriad of colours. Sounds of laughter, shouting, ...
... past The Globe Theatre (Shakespeare Theatre), onto The Millennium Bridge and over to St Paul's Cathedral. After a few prayers, we went to the oldest hospital in Europe, (St Bartholomew's - where Tara works), onto the London Meat Markets and then onto a beautiful cafe, Prufrock, for afternoon tea. Later in the afternoon, off to a cosy British pub called Sailsbury, ...
... some 15 minutes later that three armed Filipino soldiers on motorcycles descended upon me demanding to see my camera whereupon they deleted all pictures of the bay because they included (in the distance!!) The U.S. Embassy. They checked my passport and questioned me for about 10 minutes before allowing me on my way. It was quite a scary experience because at one point they didn't seem to accept my explanation. I now want a picture to get my own ...
... covered in buildings. Before that medieval bridge there may have been a bridge or two during Saxon times, which had replaced an old Roman bridge, so there had been a crossing over the Thames there for just a few years...
In 1967 the London City Council put the 'New' London Bridge up for sale. Thinking he was getting the really famous Tower Bridge which is the one by the Tower of London which has two great towers at both banks and is a drawbridge, ...
... to attend, so now I had found it. This morning I will go to their service and then ask permission to view and photograph the books, at least the A-B section which is what Sheila wrote (a mind-boggling task, especially with small children running around, needing care and attention).
Back to yesterday. Being on the Strand, I was certain that I could find a bus which would take me up to Piccadilly Circus where I needed to stop at a few shops. So I walked ...