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Friday, December 19, 2014
So this morning we set out for the Waterloo station and had breakfast at the Pret a Manger – nice yoghurt and muesli, fruit and coffee which is no where as good as Italian coffee. Then we took the underground to the Natural History Museum – letting Alexander choose today's activities (our little boy). It was great as usual with the Dinosaur exhibition being improved including the moving ...
- WE'RE OFF, OR ARE WE?:
The trip of my year is about to commence but not before a 4 hour delay due to flat tyre just before take off. Actually, the captain let it be known that it was 2 flat tyres. This is on a brand new BA A380. No point speeding along the runway with some tyre blowouts .
I will backtrack a little, as our initial delay started with a passenger not wanting to fly so all bags had to ...
... the palace garden cafe!! After catching up with each other's news (which included the rather miraculous way that Marg had managed to get our boarding passes for tomorrow printed off after reading the small print which mentioned that non EU citizens had to do so) we walked down to little Venice- which is a canal system near where we are staying. So pleasant sitting outside, enjoying spicy homemade tomato soup with crusty ...
... in the Observatory’s Meridian Observatory. The transit circle was built by Sir George Biddell Airy, the 7th Astronomer Royal, in 1850. The cross-hairs in the eyepiece of the Transit Circle precisely defined Longitude 0° for the world. As the earth’s crust is moving very slightly all the time the exact position of the Prime Meridian is now moving very slightly too, but the original reference for the ...
... Cricket Ground bound for St John's Wood :):) - off that bus , crossed the road to retrace our steps, the Oyster card is being used to the max.
Anyway - today we were onto it, band aided our blisters, forced our shoes on, and off we went to Waterloo Station to purchase our tickets to Corfe Castle tomorrow - this will be a very special day - 21/2 hour train trip -we can put our feet up and chill.
Public transport is so good once you get the hang ...