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This morning we had a bit if a lie in while deciding what to do. We decided to have a walking day so we headed out at 8.30 am, walked along thd Thames on the northern side, past thd Houses of Parliament and Westminster Abbey, over to Buckingham Palace, through St James Park, up to Piccadilly Circus, through Soho, down through the West End where we bought our Mamma Mia tickets for tonight, and now we are making our way to Shoreditch by ...
... decided to go to our pick of museums now - the Imperial War museum. So we were back on the train... We got to the war museum, and this place was insane as well. It's quite a small area and quite crammed in, which makes checking the place out annoying with so many people in there! Of course it's summer holidays for school here too...so every annoying little kid is there driving us (more me haha) up the wall haha. ...
... the South Bank Roof Garden which was lovely. Lots of wild flowers and plants. Sat there and had a drink looking out over the Thames. Perfect.
Went into the Hayward Gallery to see the Human Factors exhibition. It was ok, some sculptures were really good whereas others were rubbish or you asked yourself why? After had a drink in the cafe before wandering round the South Bank. It was such a lovely day so was really busy, lots of people wandering around enjoying the sun.
... you,are. Even Kevin survived ok and he doesn't like heights. Unfortunately, as all the photos are taken through the glass which is not 100% clean they end up a bit fuzzy. But still good enough for bragging rights. Kevin wanted to go to Greenwich to visit the National Maritime Museum, so we bought tickets and went by ferry again. The whole complex is so large it's almost too confusing to know where to go and what to miss. ...
... we arrive at their lovely book-filled stone house with beautiful garden full of mauves and purples and yellows against the bright greens with Anemones, huge red Peonies, purple and other Columbines, Roses , a gorgeous purple clematis and little box hedged areas ;and special meals of Moroccan food and talk about our mothers and their incredible adventurous travels both past and present to Afghanistan and Bhutan in the 70's and China ...