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... biplanes. Looking up from a placard describing a Beechcraft stagger wing revealed no aircraft. Eventually I spotted it, being an experienced aircraft spotter, approximately 100 yards away in an area barred to the public, like most of the museum. I could only conclude that it's gentleman pilot had taken it for a fly and not put it back in it's normal position.
... took place almost 2000 years ago!
Ok, so I totally lucked out because Lawrence Owens, a bio archeologist, took me on a search for Londinium. We crawled through church basements, underground parking garages, an art museum and even a barber shop in search of the old city. Owens says that roman remains "are not so much roman art, but roman life."
After reading this, think about what might be under your feet in the places you go everyday!
Met at Sloane Square to go to The Botanist for breakfast, then had a quick walk around Chelsea to see the shops, then caught a red bus to Buckingham Palace to see the changing of the guards, which was significantly underwhelming. Walked around and accidentally found Big Ben, Downing Street and Trafalgar square, where we had lunch at a cheap pub. Continued walking to Soho past leicester square etc, and went back to the hotel for ...
... someone starting walking towards us smiling and we realised that was Martha. We went to the pub with her and some of her mates and had a couple of drinks in the sun (Mike we like her, she is a keeper). We then had to say goodbye as AJ decided it was his turn to cook a roast for us. It was pretty good (think mine was better) and then we watched a movie altogether. I was very grateful that we could end our week watching a movie and not more bloody ...
... We made it with minutes to spare. An impressive bridge (the colour scheme we debated) built in the late 1800's. Louis had the closest guess. We walked over it shortly after. I'm certain to be back in the vicinity later in the week to visit the Tower of London. Off to get some supplies, go to our accommodation, and settle in for the night. ...