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... but expensive.
My eyes grew wide when we came across a store that sold the most beautiful stoves I’ve ever seen. I thought I might persuade Greg to buy a double stove with surrounding bespoke drawers at just 39,720 pounds. I thought it was a good deal, but no luck there.
The V&A is another British museum, which has benefitted from British lotteries and provides free entry ...
... banging things around to emphasise whatever he was trying to say. Unfortunately I missed all the 'fireworks' as Chanel put it as I stepped outdoors to talk with Roland on the phone outside. So, I can only report what I saw and heard and what others told me.
On a more positive note, the outside had a small garden and was a private space that we often used at the end of a hectic day to sit and discuss the day with a couple of beers. The only benefit that I could see ...
... floor dealt with more prehistoric periods and Byzantine mosaics. There was a warning approaching within 70cm of the mosaics would trigger an alarm.
On the third floor were the best pieces in the Treasury Room. While many think of them as barbarians, their handicraft was ornate for the 5th to 3rd c BC. The highlight pieces were a gold mask and crown.
Decided to detour for a final look at the beautiful theatre and then up to near the Alexander Nevsky ...
... and caught the train into town then walked to Trafalgar Square to catch my Tour bus that gave me an amazing overview of London. I saw everything and learnt heaps. I jumped off at the London Eye and intended to go on it however the line was literally the longest line I have ever seen, I could have been there for 3 hours so I didn't bother, instead jumping back on and heading over to Madame Tussauds. It was so much better than I expected, each ...
9 July. Lorraine and I walked to Chiswick High St for lunch outdoors at a French cafe, plenty of funny peculiar people to watch thats for sure, all Londoner’s seem to have Bags, cell phones, and or dogs. Later Suzanne,Paul and I, (Lorraine is looking after Nathan) caught the train to Richmond for Oliver’s school prize giving,held this year at St John the Divine Church there near his school.No individual ...