LSE Carr-Saunders Hall
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... that very well might have saved England from defeat at the hands of Napoleon's army.
I also went back to the fascinating Imperial War museum and spent another two hours there. If you're thinking, wow there's a lot of military history here, you're right. How else do you think English came to be the world's language of science, business, and tourism? You can hardly walk anywhere in this town without tripping over a war memorial ...
Our bank gave us some free movie tickets (yes actual freebies) so we decided to head to see my total infatuation (Benedict Cumberbatch) star in his new "going to be an Oscar winning role"- the Imitation Game! It was the whole gang- Laurence, Katie, Kristy, Suzi and I and I have to say what a performance! He was incredible!!
A very sad story though...
... him if he tried anything funny.
“Thank you for driving me, by the way,”
“It’s okay, I don’t mind. Right.. off we go.”
*15 seconds later*
“STOP! I live over there! Oh.. well, this is awkward. Thank you for the ride.”
Turns out the depot was actually round the corner from my house. ***** sake.
I remember how I’d get shouted at on escalators in the metro because I’d stand ...
Laid in bed planning our attack for the day. Stuart my ideas man decided we would unpack then go to and purchase our breakfast supplies then plan the day. Stuart hit the showers and I unpacked! 8am we were on the pavement, short stroll thru White Hall Gardens. We spotted police with machine guns. Then onto Big Ben, which has several birthdays! Big Ben was cast on 10th April 1858 (Birthday #1); the Great Clock started working on 31st May 1859 (Birthday ...
... piers and got on a cruise that was heading along the river to Greenwich – this cruise also free with the London pass.
The cruise had commentary at various parts, went first to the London eye and then up to Tower bridge and the tower of London. There was lots of stuff to see from the river and different views, i took a few pictures and ate my lunch. After tower bridge the boat then headed to Greenwich, passing the old docks of London ...