LSE Carr-Saunders Hall
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... up and then just hang out where we were. Then another joined. It was looking like something was definitely was brewing! We decided to stay and hang around to see. The two guys seemed to be watching us watching them which made the whole thing much more intriguing! “Mom! Oh my God mom I just saw a hand off! That guy just poked the other guy in the back and then handed something off to him!” She was so excited!
WTF is ...
... meal (albeit quite slow) at the pub. It was me who that the pie and mash in the end, and Stephen (not unexpectedly) had the sausages and mash. No chips today! Any time on holiday, when almost all your meals are bought, a day without chips lets you feel very virtuous.
And home at 8 on the dot. I tried another rental car company online, and enjoyed success (at the booking stage at least.) Let's see how the actual picking up and setting off goes ...
... so massive.
The children loved catching a double decker red bus, front seat, although there some worry of a tree taking the top of the bus off, where we were sitting.
We had seen this on the news the day before.
Note - don't watch the English news when the kids can understand all the negative news items, they will worry too much.
We caught it into Covent Garden and walked around ...
... line-height: 25.5599994659424px;">I was going in as a walk in patient. Basically what that means is I take a seat and get dealt with when they have space.
I quickly got upgraded to urgent patient...when I walked in, blacked out and collapsed on the floor.
So my entire afternoon was spent semi awake, on a drip with blood samples being taken.
... of capital punishment, which provided another reason not to engage in further conversation as far as I was concerned. Greg being of friendlier disposition continued in discourse. We arrived at Leamington Spa and I suggested we catch a taxi to the museum as the next bus there was an hour and a half wait. After an intake of breath Greg agreed. Greg negotiated the fare with a very talkative Sikh taxi driver. Our driver provided his philosophy on life and fast ride to the museum. ...