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... dock as often as you like over a 24 hour period. It was a nice change from catching tube and we actually managed to see so much more of the city. One of the biggest things that I have noticed is Londoner's appear to be a lot smaller and fitter than the kiwis back home but I guess they would be with the amount of walking and cycling needed to get anywhere. Mums friend Claire who she worked with at the Blood Service 10 years ago was over from Dublin and Macs old flat ...
... English through and through. The bricks are sandstone and grey. Looks amazing.
We walked straight to the dinosaurs.
Where was Lee? He should so be here with me. (his mum too of course)
I took more photos than I needed to.
Skeletons, skeletons. I loved the darkness of the place. Felt eerie and mysterious.
Walked around, saw the blue whale and lots of stuffed animals.
I did think about them ...
... really good food and were able to get our first drinks! After that we went to the London eye, which is where I promptly got my pepper spray taken… lol. It was an amazing view! And we got some great pictures! We ended up going to a pub (Christine, Madison, Erika, Dr. Buchler and Michael). It was a great time! I had my first hard cider, which was great! From there we went back to the hotel and went to ...
... there were also some barriers lining the street. We asked the cab driver what was going on and he said the Queen was attending Albert Hall that evening for a Remembrance Day event. A day earlier the police had arrested 4 men on terrorist charges, the men had apparently plotted to assassinate the Queen! So security was very tight ahead of her visit to the Albert Hall! For dinner we donned our coats and umbrella and headed to a local pub, food was ok, still no ...
... either which I am a big fan of.
During this blog you will not only follow my adventures, but for the benefit of my nan, and my niece and nephews, I have brought along Nico Alexander the Little Red Panda (though who am I kidding, the benefit is definitely for me too. Got to have something to keep me entertained, and that is always in the small things).
No amusing encounters yet, but I will be sure to ...