Marlin Apartments Limehouse
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... surprisingly enjoyed a cheap and healthy lunch in one of most expensive parts of London. Being a keen player of the board game monopoly and also unbeaten, if you didn't already know we had fun walking around all the areas featured in the game. For the next couple of days we explored numerous different sights and areas and enjoyed the funky shops in the Soho area including some great dinners. We had a great lunch at the Borough Markets washed down with a few craft beers ...
... a diplodocus, a triceratops and velociraptors. The life sized moving model of a T-Rex was very cool. We also went through the mammals section and saw a life sized model of a blue whale-enormous! The section on earthquakes and volcanoes was very interesting, we went into the Kobe earthquake machine and felt what it was like. We also so the section about Earth From the Beginning, full of fossils, some over 200 million years old.
Then we caught the tube ...
I hope Jenny and Mick remember to pick us up this morning!!!
Well Mick remembered us and negotiated the M25 madness round to Heathrow, where he parked in the short stay car park for the most expensive wee in history. We arrived just as the check in desks opened and we were soon having breakfast in the very impressive Terminal 2 ...
... Keep having to pinch myself to think we are sitting on side of Thames having a bite to eat. Picked up our Audio guide and off on another history tour. In 1070s, William the Conqueror began to build a massive stone tower at the centre of his London fortress. Tower Green, ten people were beheaded here, which stretches to the west of White Tower. Three of these were English Queens. Anne, Boleyn early 30s, the second wife of Henry VIII, Catherine Howard, ...
Don't quit your daydream. - Author Unknown
After a 4 hour flight, a 7 hour layover and an 8 hour flight, I was welcomed by the most wonderful sight. A sign with my name on it held by my good friends David and Mark. You will never realize how lonely it is to arrive at an airport with no one to welcome you until you've done it 18 times in a row. That's right, I've just realized this marks my 18th flight. I have one page left in my passport - awesome ...