Janet Poole House
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More history today with about 4 hours spent at the Natural History museum, great exhibits about insects, dinosaurs, and human biology through to experiencing earthquakes and volcanos in the planet earth display.
Drizzling rain had set in by the time we were ready to leave the NHM so we caught a bus from South Kensington to Marble Arch and armed with umbrellas we walked along Oxford street, which involved stopping now and then for some shopping, now there's a ...
... Observatory. Quick stop at Pret for breakfast and we were at the entrance. It's a deceptive building looking like a monolith that stands tall but the block nature of it means that it doesn’t look as tall as it is.
We got into the building and it really is brand new. Only 750,000 people have been up it since it opened last month. I said to the kids in 50 years’ time when you come back, you can say that you were one of ...
... soundcheck from where I am.
Taylor Swift is headlining tomorrow night. And it hurts to know I won't be here.
I ate my lunch in the park with all these great ideas to go and see all the usual parts of London...the Eye, Tower Bridge, Westminster.
But then I realised.
... boarded were asked if we would like sit in exit rows as plane was only 1/4 full-only held 100 + max & needed someone to sit there anyway. Extra leg room a bonus. No sooner had we taken off we were landing at 1.50 pm. As I used my British passport ( they didn't have a stamp when going through security) was quickly through passport control but Greg had a little interrogation. Ha!!! And after picking up our cases walked through customs ( no one there) & ...
The day looked grey from my bed this morning so I set out for Kew Gardens hoping the clouds would clear. Hopping off the train at Kew, I stepped into a leafy suburb of charming (and no doubt, expensive) houses. Then the first jet flew over.....ah yes, Kew Gardens is underneath the flight path to Heathrow flight. Not so charming a place to live after all. The Temparate House is closed for renovation so I didn't get the chance to check out this huge glasshouse. The Palm House ...