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... br> other intern there (from Indiana) and they were all very nice. Two of the girls
are my age and we went to lunch together and sat in the park for a bit. I felt
very welcomed and got my own computer right away. I love listening to the England
natives and the funny phrases they say. One of the ladies turned on the AC and
said that if I get cold "just let out a sing" and she'll turn it off.
So many ...
... plans to meet up next summer. I have been instructed to make it a Saturday night.
My valet had us on the wrong underground train [a split destination]. Got to Kew Gardens but no World Heritage Site bagged for just being at a tube spot. Back to T5 to pick up my checked luggage . It was after 2230 before Roddy and I got to the Premier Inn on the Hoppa bus . The hotel bar had closed so discretion meant lights out by 2345. Travel chit chat will have to wait.
... decided to go to our pick of museums now - the Imperial War museum. So we were back on the train... We got to the war museum, and this place was insane as well. It's quite a small area and quite crammed in, which makes checking the place out annoying with so many people in there! Of course it's summer holidays for school here too...so every annoying little kid is there driving us (more me haha) up the wall haha. ...
Sorry this entry is late. We had such a successful day yesterday, that by the time we returned, we both just face-planted on the bed!
My day started at Bekonscot Model Village. It is the oldest model village in England, having originated in the early 1920s. It started as a hobby and has morphed to a large, detailed, miniature community. From its inception, all profits have gone to charity. There were newspaper articles and pictures showing, among other ...
... to only to find out that they are not open on Tuesdays which pleased us no end. We had to settle for a pretty nice playground instead which kept the boys amused for a while before we hit the shops to complete our wardrobe transformation and sent home a bunch of the stuff that we packed that we really shouldn't have. London sales are awesome and everything is about 50-70% off - well that's what Sal said anyway.
We had our first full family game ...