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... pork owl in the night but there was a resident rabbit on the site. December 18 Omarama to Rangiora. A good night in campsite chalet Lake Tekapo, church on the hill, Rev McDonald. Daughter of founder returned to England in 1918 and died in Exeter of Spanish flu. Statue to collie sheepdogs nearby. Up to Mount John observatory , new buildings. Research being carried out by University of Canterbury. Stopped for late lunch at Geraldine, then took scenic inland route with mountains on ...
... by, cops galore, media, support teams etc etc then the riders wizzed past. It was actually good, that 30 seconds but we can tick it off outer bucket list, after we add it on!! Walked tower bridge, debated going into the Tower of London but was going to cost so we decided to do a river cruise instead back up the Thames to Westminster. Which was closed by then so we walked and walked and hopped the tube again to find a Spaghetti House for dinner which ended being up near Trafalgar ...
... a fantastic timr at Britishmusrum. Matt enjoyed the Egyptian section taking lots pf pics. Looked for scones after but no bakeries in that part of London. Got to flat and hung out for lunch for a couple of hours. At 2pm, the new parents were ready and we were off for the tower. Gabby a little fussy so took us until 5:30 and we skipped a couple of sections. Had ...
... or sing in the choir, so although the college was small, there were a lot of performers.
Along the way we got good views of the Gherkin and the Shard, truly odd buildings when mixed in with the ancient history and the Victorian and Edwardian buildings left after the Blitz of 1941.
We also passed the replica of the Golden Hinde, the ship in which Sir Frances Drake was the first Englishman to circumnavigate the globe, from 1577 to 1580. He ...
... today of the many things that I have left to accomplish. When the email arrived it topped the list, so off I went to Temple tube station on the Embankment, and walked up to the Strand where I immediately saw St. Clement Danes. The doors were shut, which did not look promising. Sure enough, they were locked, and the sign on one of them only mentioned the times of services, but that it was always open to the public. Well, I had been wondering if I should find ...