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So today marks a 6 weeks since I pulled my first pint for Lamb and Flag. It's amazing how much I have learnt and even more amazing the people I have met! Not just the staff, but the customers. Some funny, some kind. And here (for those I have given the link to at work) are some of those moments: - I had a lovely couple who came in and sat at the nearest table to the bar. Now I need to say here, they were the only people in the room other than me. Do you have any idea how ...
... tour and with the another change of plans, we bought our souvenir's from the gift shop and stood in the street contemplating our next destination. If tomorrow will be spent waiting to see 'The Queen' we must do tomorrow's activities today.
A Royal Mews is mews (i.e. combined stables, carriage house and in recent times also the garage) of the British Royal Family. In London the Royal Mews has occupied 2 main sites, formerly at Charing Cross, and since ...
... comparative peace of the south east of England. We battled our way through the crowds with our bags to the ticket office and purchased two Oyster cards - this being a more efficient way of getting around the underground. We caught a tube to Kings Cross and made our way across the road to our favourite London hotel, the Megaro.
After unpacking, we decided to take off and see a bit of London. We caught a ...
... to catch our boat to The Tower .
First time ever we were front of the line, prime position , you will see the photos of our apartment block taken from the boat in the entry `Our House'
This for me was another off the `bucket list' - my Mother so loved the Tower , the History - it was another emotional and very important tick off my wish list.
Photos are hard ...
... tons of interesting information about dinosaurs, and lots of interactive displays. The crown jewel of the museum is the life-sized animatronic T-Rex. I learned quite a bit about dinosaurs during my visit. For example, while T-Rexes were quite strong and vicious, because of their body structure they would die if they tripped and fell forward! Someone should have told the poor schmucks in Jurassic Park that one.
Following a quick lunch at a noodle bar, Liam and I spent ...