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... his arms wildly) was the correct one and the guy said yes. Turns out it was NOT the correct street which we figured out when the five minute walk from the tube station turned into a couple of miles.....so back we went, made the correct turn and yes, Eric recreated a Beatles crossing. We didn't go into the studios, not sure you can. I didn't think I had a pen with me so we didn't get to sign the wall but I have pictures proving we were there. They ...
This landmark was fun and it was a knowledge increasing experience. This
also gave me an idea of what England was about one hundred years ago
Natural History Museum:
This taught a lot about the ancient times of England and it showed me what kind of weapons the ancient tribes used in England. It also told me the important people in England back then and now.
I visited the ...
... station to buy our train tickets for our journey to Folkestone on Friday.
It absolutely amazes me how busy the streets are - especially on a Monday.
I keep thinking it's busier than Tokyo but that could be because the Japanese have such an organized way to their busyness. I also love hearing all the different accents which was something you definitely didn't get in Japan.
Being out among the ...
... was a side trip up to a hill plus a hike up some stairs, and from that outlook I got a sense of how far I had come: the Shard was a small pin on the horizon.
After a brief rest in the throne of Peter the Great, I reached Greenwich at 1pm. Carrie and Leslie texted that they were on their way, via boat. I had a picnic lunch in the park, then walked through the Old Royal Navy College grounds. When Carrie and Leslie arrived ...
... to Addlestone then Sue and Reg took us back to the station to catch the train back into London. Took over an hour to get back, but made it back with no wrong train journeys. For dinner we were going to Tesco's but when we got back found they were closed, so decided to wonder down to the Warwick arms pub just down the road. Had a very nice Chicken Tika Marsala with naan, Simon had some tandoori chicken....very yummy. Then off to ...