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- Swimming pool
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... the underground from the centre of the city, all the way to near the end of one of the train lines. Yes, it probably cost me quite a bit but I was too excited and didn't care. No one seemed to care about the box as I was taking a photo of it. When I passed by later, a teenage girl was leaning against it, playing on her phone. I felt like yelling at people, don't you realise what this is?? Fortunately, i also found an electronics store nearby to purchase a quad adapter for the ...
... still return for a bright red Bowler!
Annnnyway, diversion over, we head into the British Museum. First display - the Rosetta Stone. we all Ohhh & ahhh... then we all see something different in the Egyptian hall and head in different directions. That's the last we see of each other for an hour or two..
I'm after the code of laws from Hammurabi in Ur. 1700 BCE and it lays out most of the rules used in the ...
... jewels. Had to get an ice cream to get some energy back before heading back to the hotel vie Regent st. The street was closed off for the Gumball Rally, which is made up of fancy cars, music and extreme sports.
Back in the Hotel it was time for another swim. Everyone was too tired to do too much more, except for Draza who made one last trip solo back to Regent st.
Our last day in England before we head across the Chanel for our European adventure. Ofter a Continental Breakfast our first chore was to find a post office and mail the boxes we had packed with things we had brought and things we didn't have any need for now. The one Betty chose for us was in Eton. Well that was a bit of a giggle. We got there as the pupils were arriving for college, all dressed in 'tails'. Could you imagine ...
... Last night my sore feet and very painful knee had kept me awake for several hours. I had promised myself to reduce the number of steps I was to do today to give my bad knee a chance to rest. I was way off. I added another 23 thousand steps, that's another ten thousand more than yesterday's total. I did 36 thousand steps in two days. I have now taken something to reduce the discomfort and hopefully reduce the inflammation. Tomorrow is Windsor Castle day and a new hotel. I will not miss this ...