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... besides the tube station, at the London Film Museum, a special exhibition was being run called Bond in Motion. The exhibition was the world's largest collection of James Bond vehicles. There were cars from almost all of James Bond's 23 adventures - including the famous Aston Martin DB5. Each car was displayed next to a few props from the film, for example Bond's classic Walther PPK 9mm pistol, as well as a video showing the car in action. The exhibit was, in essence, every mans' ...
... we could stay at another apartment but it was further out. Oh dear !!!! One small problem was the hot water is dodgy so first night no showers. And no washing machine so it’s hand washing for this week. Bonus:- a view of the River Thames. Jamieson said today it looks like Shrek would love it with the swampy look.
London Town :-
Adventures in the city Day 2:- I was wide away at 5 am and soon the kids were too. We were in the city ...
... of the Thames, and past Buckingham Palace, we eventually got off after 2 hours at Piccadilly near Hyde Park where we thought we might grab a bite of lunch at Hard Rock Cafe. A 45 minute wait for a table meant we decided to give it a miss and try our luck in Hyde Park, where we fortunately found a very nice little restaurant. After lunch, the kids found a nearby playground for a bit of free time before we moved on to the Princess ...
... at 9.15 am to say they were on their way!! Yahoo! Mark and I still waiting for them at 1pm without any contact.... And numerous cups of tea, showers, breakfast, diaries, reading, embroidery, packing packs for departure tomorrow etc. Drizzle then sunshine. Spent much time by window embroidering...not touched till then...watching comings and goings of the street, postie, mums with prams and kids on scooters, joggers, and a constant stream of bicycles, ...
... but nothing special.
-Greenwich market: My favourite so far!! Artisanal crafts and food. If you go, you must stop by the Ethiopian stall. For 6 quid, you get a massive amount of food, which is absolutely delicious. I am drooling just thinking about it! There was also a potentially good gelato place (too full to try more than a sample) and then the chocolates!! Hand made, hand brushed. DELICIOUS!!! When any of you come to visit me, we will go here.