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... the time and the memories of people who worked there. Robyn took several pictures but they did not turn out very well so I am not posting any of those.
After leaving Churchill's museum we went to Kensington where Princess Diana lived to have tea at the Orangery which had been highly recommended in several different guide books. After walking for 45 minutes to find this place and then were told they ...
... provided a very interesting insight into the diverse history of England. It really demonstrates the idea that at one point the sun never set on the English empire. after leaving Bath, we capped off an astounding visual tour with a view of London from Primrose Hill. Seeing the entire city in panorama from the hill really put into perspective the uniqueness of the city. One really gets a sense of how old the city is and the many changes it has gone through over the year.
... We'll be staying in the little town of Tarendo in northern Sweden flying from London to Oslo in Norway and a second plane to Kittila and then by car across the border into Sweden to Tarendo.
According to Nasa scientists the aurora borealis has been growing in intensity since 2007 and will peak during 2012/13. Pleeeease turn up whilst we're there!
HOW THE NORTHERN LIGHTS FORM
Fast moving charged particles from ...
... turn gave me the sudden, strange perspective of being in a supercool, global city that I tend to take for granted for its familiarity. I was suddenly envious of people discovering it for the first time.
Full with our fry ups, we headed further north back to Kentish Town to revisit The Pineapple. It had been closed the other day when I was there and Vic and Pete had never been. It wasn't much past 12pm but the taps were on so we got a round in ...
... for the
night, max played a song on his trumpet before being forced to stop
by security. After that I said goodbyes and headed to my room. Most
of these people were leaving London tomorrow, but some would be
around until the end of the week. It was good meeting these guys for
one last drink and I would miss them. Even though I had planned an
early night, I did not happen, but I went to bed knowing that I was
going to Prague and then Athens in the morning.