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... s butts - she had to move about!
And boy could she move once the mood compelled her. Once we got inside the Grand Pavilion - it was like Louise was on crack. She darted hither and thither, left us for dead several times, got herself lost - and then found again, and generally wandered about taking so many photos on her her iPad I thought it would start to smoke.
We went outside for a while, but the lure of the Pavilion soon beckoned again and we ...
Today we embarked on our first day here in London arriving early in the morning, and getting right in to the action of London. We got on the subway or the "tube" as it is called here. learned our way around that, arriving to our hotel and got a very brief but great outline of russell square where we are staying. We then took a journey on the tube to view the olympic sites and learned how they have either been left alone and stand as they did during the ...
... staying in hotels near Heathrow Airport is one of the perfect ways of enjoying a great London trip as these hotels are not only easy on the pocket, but these hotels provide an easy and convenient insight into the city as well as these hotels are close to the airport making it very convenient for you to reach airport at any given hour and avoid missing your flight during any circumstance. More than that, these hotels offer some great deals and discounts which can ...
... area including Westminster Abbey, Big Ben, London eye & Parliment house which were all very beautiful buildings. We went for a stroll through Harrods and took in how the other half shop. I don't even think I could afford a coffee there but it was worth a look.
That night we went to see Wicked on the West End. It was a great show with amazing talent. We then headed home to get some rest before a massive road trip to Manchester to watch some average soccer game ;)
... far from a just humanitarian war, and horrendous acts of violence were committed by both sides. It would be good to see all parties own up to their role. Arthur von Bolfras described it best when he said: "if war was once a chivalrous duel, it is now a dastardly slaughter".
One thing I really liked about the exhibit was that it gave some attention to each of the fronts in the war. Generally in school, and in museums, most of the focus is on the western front - like the ...