LSE High Holborn Residence
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We arrived in Liverpool on Monday, after our overnight ferry crossing from Dublin, with the rain bucketing down we drove straight through to London and the cute little apartment we rented in Greenwich. We unpacked, did grocery shopping and laundry and sat down to watch the 2nd debate on the Scottish referendum. It's looking more and more like the Yes vote will get up. From Tuesday we never stopped to take breath....we ...
Woke up to a lovely breakfast at the Drayton (only the BBC projecting from the wall was dismal). The rain fluctuated between torrential and slightly less torrential. Luckily, the Tube did not flood. We traveled to The Tower of London, where the flooding was a bit more evident on the Thames and on Tower Bridge.
We were initially struck by the surrounding red, ceramic poppies commemorating the dead of the first world war. The display was yet ...
... again Sian) and we caught the Underground from Amersham to Bakers St, changed platforms for Paddington, changed for Notting Hill Gate, changed for Shepherds Bush and then finally got back to Wil and Oli's place.
It was good to be 'home'!
Brigitte had a bit of a nap whilst everyone else caught up on emails and a bit of homework.
After that we got back on the Underground and went to East Putney to visit Bond...Tania ...
... be a part of something so unique and to give back in a way, to help remember these men.
It was also something special that I contributed to. Something very cool that I can look back on in many years to come.
Lest We Forget.
Poppies in the media
http://www.telegraph.co.uk/history/worl d-war-one/11021743/Row-on-row-the-poppi ...
We set off to see Westminster Abbey today.. but it didnt open on wednesdays until 1 pm.. figures.. so we went in the other direction and got in the huge line for the London Eye.. The line moved along pretty fast because they dont stop that thing hardly,, just to push the odd wheelchair on. you hop on as it swings past really slow. Its air conditioned in those ...