De Vere Venues Hunton Park
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... the Amy Winehouse statue. We are still trying to figure out what The Gherkin is all about! It looks good Tomorrow we are off the Scotland by rail Here is a poem about Hampstead Heath by Lorna Hampstead Heath, oh Hampstead Heath, Go brush your hair and clean your teeth. And just make sure there's sun to shine To show these folk a damn fine time. And the grass had be freshly mown, the wind was so fresh it polished up the dentures and the sun shone. I was very happy to be back on the ...
... to the Laundrette to pick up our washing. Caught a bus into Trafalgar Square where we visited the National Gallery. Saw paintings by Monet, Gainsborough, Turner, van Dyke, Claud, Rubens just to name a few. It is a beautiful building built in 1837 with a wonderful collection of art. At Trafalgar Square there were buskers entertaining the ...
... be a short delay with the luggage so a group of us decided to find the toilet in the train station. Who would have thought it would be such a drama. Firstly, couldn't even read the signage (all in French), then we tried to go up the escalators the wrong way. There was about 10 of us - the escalators in Europe are opposite to ours. Right is up and left is down in Australia - not so here. All the locals were in fits of laughter at us trying to go up the wrong way - ...
... of their exercise! We returned to find two of our flat mates sharing a joint, some beer and some yarns. We didn't partake in any thing other than the conversation, and learnt about 'Greasy Spoons' (cheap run down cafés with no table service, offering the greasiest cheapest cooked breakfasts that London can serve, visited almost exclusively by truckies and the hungover) we also learnt a little about more about Australia and ...
... sculptures, sections of walls, sarcophaguses and other artifacts. It's really cool, but it left us wondering how and when they got all this. In the Greece section there was one funny poster by the Parthenon section saying that the artifacts from that building were about evenly split between here and a museum in Athens. And while some might question the methods the Brits used to obtain these things, we can all agree that at least they're well preserved and cared for, which might ...