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... as I had told Tim and Valerie that I would cook lunch today for Tim’s Birthday.
So we duck down to the supermarket and grab supplies for a pesto pasta with prawns, side salad and dessert (aka.. chocolate). We head back to the apartment and Tim is back but not feeling the best. We say Happy Birthday and Tim mentions he has a Swedish friend coming to lunch as well. So whilst we wait for him to get here, I figured we should start our ...
... England Changerooms, visit a private box which costs 250,000 pounds a year and the usual tunnel and pitch visits. But the little stories we heard from him were fascinating as he works on not just football games but the NFL matches they have there each year now and rock concerts.
I would recommend anyone that loves sport to visit this amazing venue. Tim was lucky enough to visit Old Wembley a few times for sport and concerts but is totally ...
... in a laneway just off Piccadilly Circus. The next day we got up early to get ready for our trip to Amsterdam, all of our muscles were aching sooooo much from all of the non-stop walking across London. I had muscles aching that I never new existed not to mention the pain my feet were going through. We walked down to Park Lane for breakfast, then headed back to our hotel where we grabbed our bags and headed for London City airport to catch our flight to ...
... wallet?? So as you can imagine Stacey was nervous. First Brett goes through, easy no beaps, then it was Stacey's turn..."Excuse me Miss, can you come with me, you have been randomly selected for a full body scan." Stacey was swiftly escorted into a large machine where she was instructed to stand still while she was electronically scanned to see if she was hiding anything suspicious! Tom was getting a little distressed at this ...
... Can Your Food Control You?” that helps us understand why we crave for biscuits or ice cream or other food items. Our relationship with food and its effects on our brain and body are explored with the help of personal stories and scientific explanations.
A Sensational Butterflies Exhibition is running from April 2 to September 13 at the Natural History Museum. It offers the opportunity for guests to roam around in ...