The Wellness Home
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... tube to the Science Museum. The Science museum was awesome.
Then we caught the tube to see cousin Trina and we had dinner at a restaurant called Giraffe.
... another Radisson Hotel in Australia some time ago. We were upgraded to a very nice room - a fitting end to a lovely holiday.
On our short walk through the nearby streets, I managed to buy a pair of good walking sandals on sale - I had been looking for a new pair throughout our whole trip! Most places just didn't stock walking sandals for women, and where they did, they only had odd sizes left. I would now be able to throw away my stinky old sandals! ...
Where can I start? This week has been crazy, good, tiring, and very adventurous. I left off in Gent, a very beautiful city in Belgium. I loved Gent, such beautiful architecture, and a very nice city to explore. Next stop Paris, France. Now before I talk about Paris, I need to put in a little side note, because I believe this coloured Paris somewhat for us. In Gent we went to a vintage thrift store and bought each other unique clothing that we had to wear for our entire time in ...
... cabinet is still relativity empty by Man U standards. Took the tube to Piccadilly Circus, the intention was to go to Hamleys, however, we got caught up in Jamie Olivier's take away restaurant, then Lillywhites, sports clothing store. Had a great retail therapy experience there. It was really humming, I suppose, This is London at the beginning of ...
... little driverless train ride we are set to be re-screened through security.
So it's off with the boots, the belt the hat and empty the pockets etc. Also here all the liquids and gels have to be put into a ziplock bag- but only 1 per passenger.
The guy operating the machine that xrays and looks into the carry on bags this morning has a touchy trigger finger. Lots of bags are being rejected and sent down the manual ...