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Due to hotel regulations it was informed I must check out of my hotel before 10.30am or I ould be slugged with another nights booking. I woke up used as much of the free WIFI as possible, checking all my flight times were suitable and any information that may be of use when boarding the flight. I weighed my baggage checking it was below the allowed limit of 32kg, also ...
... 3D movie how Marvel superheroes saved London from Dr Doom - the other D(imension) being small squirts of water when a London Cab was thrown into a fountain and shaking seats when the Hulk punches the evil robot.
The remainder of the day consisted of visiting Sherlock Holmes at 221B Baker St (well, the souvenir shop downstairs), eating a sandwich from M&S Express and an icecream from B&R (mad Australian tourists). The next idea was to go over to Regent St ...
... move on. Our walk through the park must tick all the boxes for a walk through Hyde Park:
- Green fields with dogs running off leash with their upper middle class owner calling after them "Butler, Bunter come here boys".
- Geese honking around the ponds
- Young girls in jodhpurs riding around the Rotten Row
This weekend is Open House in London.
I believe with have this at home, although maybe not in Townsville. Open House is a weekend long event where loads of buildings let the public in for free. These can include hotels, theatres, homes, museums, government buildings etc. They give tours & talks on a range of things from the architecture designs, current going ons and history.
I entered the ballot for a tour of no.10 Downing Street but alas someone else ...
Expensive and cliched but the hop-on / hop-off bus still a handy London intro and crash history lesson. Did a part loop on the bus before joining the throng at the Tower of London. A sea of ceramic red poppies marking the WW1 fallen is being 'planted' in the moat - beautiful. The tower experience absorbing as ever - the imprisonments, double-crossing, murders, executions etc. Better than fiction. Though hard to explain to an 8 year old ...