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... memorial itself is simply breathtaking, the fountains and parapet with victims names on them is a fitting memorial to all those who were murdered that day
1 - Hollywood Boulevard
This was our second visit to Hollywood, Los Angeles and the boulevard didn't disappoint, there is just a vibe here that I love, not to mention all the attractions and shops and the fact you can walk through the area that the stars walk down the red carpet to ...
Pushing on, we caught the tube to St Johns Wood and walked a few minutes around to Abbey Road to the famous "Beatles" crossing. There were a few tragics there, trying to do the same walk. The giggling Asian girls, the rich American men and my two all had a go.
Caught the tube back to Baker Street station, with its giant statue of Sherlock Holmes, and joined hundreds of other tourists at Madame Tussauds. I was last there in 1986, and from memory, ...
... is out at the store picking up some stuff for dinner. Kelly and Rob should be home later tonight. They want to stay up and talk since I have not met Rob and she has not met Johnny. I might have to take another nap before they get home.
# of countries: 33
# of cities: 69
# of bus rides: 19
Today we woke up and spent the entire morning and early afternoon lounging in the flat.
I was still not feeling 100% and we felt like we needed to make a plan for the rest of the week as to what we want to see.
We now have some things lined up and I'm looking forward to finally seeing some of the London sights.
Tomorrow evening Dan is going to join us at some point and go to the theatre with us so ...
... Path, preferably with minimal road riding. First I had to carry my bike up two flights of stairs (whose brilliant idea to locate a bike rental in a vault?) and then I first took a wrong turn and ended up at the base of the Shard, which is a very pointy skyscraper ... this was a valuable diversion as it turns out; the Shard became "my big pencil"; just like the Washington Monument at home, this was my guiding landmark for the ...