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... do when we come back to London before flying home, sure I can spend a pound or two there. After a late lunch at Garfunkel's (not very good) we headed off for a walk along the River Thames. We got back to our room about 4, deciding to have a nap, feeling a little weary after my early morning. A little nap, woke up at a quarter to eight, sun still streaming through the window like it was the middle of the day. Quickly dressed and ...
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... as to where I will go. Only where I've been.
The second seminar was run by the founder and editor in chief of Wanderlust Travel Magazine with special guests - a travel writer and a film maker (Leon McCarron - Irish if the name doesn't clarify that).
It was wonderful to get the ins and outs of how to get your work out there ...
... interesting to note that the museum considers the turning point in the war against the Japanese was in Burma. No mention of that little conflict on the Kakoda Track.
I may sound a little negative about the Museum - so I'll move onto some of highlights now.
The exhibition on First World War artists was excellent. The collection featured many paintings by official artists that were initially rejected by the Museum, as they were considered ...
Up at 7am. On the tube at 8.30am and into London. We had a guided bike tour which came for "free" via our London Pass and was quite enjoyable. Lasted 3hrs and was a little scarey at times but all clients safe. After that we took a bus to the Tower Bridge and did the tour, followed by a ...