Marlin Apartments Queen Street
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... named by a telecommunications company) is a bit like Perth Arena, only 500 times better, with headlining acts like Paul McCartney, Fleetwood Mac and many others, and has a huge cinema complex and about 50 bars and restaurants under the main roof! A very impressive place and one we can only hope has some influence on the new Perth Stadium.
We caught a river taxi back to Embankment Pier, enjoying the completely different view of London, and then got our District Line train ...
... at Royal London Hospital. Thursday morning, back in the train to Upminster and we spent a very pleasant day with my relatives, Kath and Doug and their daughter Suzanne. I had spent considerable time with Kath on Tuesday checking information I had included in the family tree. Today I was able to take copies of lots of old family photos. It will be so good to be able to include these with my tree. I was also able to share a link with Suzanne ...
... trip! I bought so much clothing wow! I went to designer stores, shoe stores, hat stores, jewellery stores, it was amazing!
I caught a taxi and then paid 22 euros to go to the London Tower, it was beautiful. I just spoke to so many people and they loved my Australian accent which is nothing compared to their amazing British accents! I saw Big ben and tried to take ...
Our last full day was also busy- we visited another friend Nicole in the
morning and then went to the Football via Platform 9 ¾ (waiting in a fairly
long queue for photos). We went to the Tottenham Spurs versus Sunderland match.
Unlike the thrashing we saw in Barcelona, we actually saw a tough game. The
whole second half was 1-1 and very tense. There was also a lot more atmosphere
at this game, particularly as we sat near the away ...
... and yes we went up the top Brody was so excited about this event, that he wouldn’t have it any other way. It was a freezing day, but the sun was out, the max was just 6 degrees. Both kids loved it, they
had some interesting observations, one of them being that the traffic lights were different. (really?!)
Our first stop was the National Science Museum -it was great fun. Brody investigated the space ...