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In February 1838 a group of 121 peers, MPs and other gentry formed a committee to honour and commemorate Admiral Horatio Nelson, who laid down his life at the Battle of Trafalgar in 1805, by building a monument in Trafalgar Square, London between 1840 and 1943. It was funded by public subscription, with the site at Trafalgar Square being provided by the Government, in front of the newly completed National Gallery. It was designed by William Railton and it was constructed ...
... Wetherspoons. We went in and discovered the pub to be jam packed, as it must be a local favourite, especially on Sunday afternoons. After perusing the upstairs where we had sat twice before, we made our way downstairs and ca,e upon an empty table, but with only three stools. I asked the table next to us if they were needing all their stools, and luckily they had a spare one for us to pull over to our table. We looked over the menu and made our decisions on what ...
... London traffic gridlock! It takes us over 70 mins to get to our new home for the next week which we are told is only a 20 minute commute...and it's pouring with rain! We are met at the front door by Nelly, our 'landlord', of our 2 bedroom apartment in Shepherd's Bush in West London. The apartment is a three storey terrace apartment and the size of a shoebox! It has everything we need minus the ...
... memorial service.
I continued on my journey and arrived in London far worse for the wear than I had been when I left Calgary. Shivering for hours on a flight several degrees too cold, I huddled under two blankets but was unable to sleep. When Helen greeted me at the heathrow airport (thank you) I looked a bit vampiric but was happy to see a familiar face. Helen guided me back to her place where I promptly conked out. When I ...
... which is where the great composer lived while living in London, and where he composed The Messiah, etc. Unfortunately, they didn't allow us to take photos.
On the way back to the hotel we walked by the U.S. Embassy, where we caught a picture of Dwight D. Eisenhower.