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... Mahala had arranged a very special dinner for us at 'Rotorino' - the restaurant at which she works. Mahala dined with us and we sat in a little booth at the back...I was sitting exactly where Nigella had sat some months earlier (Mahala waited on her at the time!). The cuisine is Italian with a Sicilian influence - very delicious. We were well looked after by everyone - great food, great atmosphere, great service, great company! A must do if you're in London.
... in dust) was an early example as one used in the Battle of Britain, but we could not find any information about it's history. Other exhibits were over restored and nothing like what they would have been in service.
The American Jeep had a paint job on it that would put the average Rolls Royce to shame. And the Russian T34 tank looked brand new. By contrast the battered Reuters Press Land Rover, was full of bullet holes, there was no label on it ...
... or Bali! Our rider was from Russia and studying in London . This was a means of earning a few extra pounds for him. He let us off at Piccadilly where we boarded the tube for our return home. It was after midnight and the train was packed as though it was peak hour - just unbelievable! Big ticket items that have now been ticked off my bucket list include Buckingham Palace, London Eye, Big Ben, Tower Bridge, Westminster Abbey, a West End Show, Abbey Road, riding a double ...
... It was much more spread out than I had imagined but well worth the walk. Since the war rooms are across from St. James Park, we walked through the park & stopped for a little snack. While sitting on the outside deck, I felt something on my foot, so I looked under the table to see a pigeon sitting on my foot while foraging for fallen scraps. Then Jim & I walked leisurely back to out hotel. We are pooped so I am sure we are staying in tonight. We've got a big day ...
... off to be made into wigs for children with cancer!
Sunday came around to end off the week and the trip and it was my turn to catch my final flight back to the UK to finish my trip. This has been one of the most incredible 6 and a half months of my life and I have learnt things that I never thought I would. I am so grateful for the opportunity to have done this, though I am now excited to see family, friends and have new adventures back ...