Marlin Apartments Canary Wharf
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... that question in Fahrenheit!
It turns out there is a dryer here, even though I was told there wasn't. I've been assured that I'm lucky to have one: apparently rentals in London often have washers but not dryers. However I'm not sure it's all that lucky because the dryer takes even longer to dry clothes than the washing machine takes to wash them. It goes through a continuous cycle of tumbling, ...
... up a clock) that you can turn around in, and there’s only one every few miles. It’s like a grander and more dramatic version of missing your exit on the freeway. It was a really interesting little cruise and a great way to see a part of London I knew very little of beforehand.
But you know what? It’s late and I’m tired, so Im going to continue this one tomorrow. Goodnight!
... a regional train to Richmond. It was only after we boarded the train that we began to appreciate just how far away the gardens are and abandoned the trip.
... went to Leicester Square and wandered round there for a while, checking out what shows are currently playing. Went back to the flat and familiarised myself with the area a bit more. The area near the main road is a bit gritty but there's lots of little small deli/supermarket type shops there. Ric arrives tomorrow morning! ...
... We went into a innovation exhibit by Nissan where you did different tests to see if you could be suitable to be a racecar driver. It was fun to see how quick your reflexes are and wether your personality was suitable. Next we took a double decker bus to Greenwich Village to see the National Maritime Museum. The museum had gorgeous gardens and it was such a sunny day that we lay on the grass and had a picnic lunch. The ...