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... find everything, they see everything and they have a wonderful time - everything is sitting there waiting for them.That song is a crock!
Steven and I had two long days in London - which, in reality, is not a lot of time. So I was prepared with a plan. An excellent plan that would allow us to take in all of the sights, do some shopping and see a show. But it all got messed up when somebody (no names here) decided to change the ...
... large understanding, and I scored a fabulous pair of shoes. The
prohibitive exchange rate precluded buying more than one pair. One doesn’t want to think about what the first pair cost in Canadian dollars.
After our wildly successful morning, we repaired to our hotel (A correction: it is 77 freakin’ steps from the lobby to my room!) to change and get ready for high tea and our evening at the the-ah-tah. When Peta and ...
... days). 16. That the middle aged Casanova that just bought the middle aged Queen Latifa a wine spritzer on board a budget flight is probably getting laid upon landing in Rome. Because that's gravity. 17. That there hasn't been an Ugg boot genocide yet. And they have tassels now? 18. The debilitating fear that my cumulative travel time is going to give me perma-pancake butt. #pancakedemic 19. That I promised myself I'd cap the list at 20 and ...
As you saw from the pictures the day before this that is how we started our morning.
We didn't leave Hertsfordshire until 1pm which was touch and go as we had to get the car back for 2pm. We arrived at the rental car place at 2:30 after making a couple of wrong turns (I wouldn't want to drive in London without GPS - what did people do before that clever person (whoever he was) discovered that)
Anyway the person there was very accommodating and the small dent ...
... a great center of scientific research. Many famous
scientists have worked there, most notably Sir Isaac Newton. After taking our
picture on the golden line that represents the Prime Meridian, literally the
center of the world, we moved into the museum where we learned about how
scientists solved one of the most pressing problems of the 18th
century, paving the way for the massive success of the British Navy.
In the early 18th century ...
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