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... long after and was seen by a lady doctor. The insides of my ankles were burning and pretty sore. Thought I might need a steroid shot like in America. Turns out that it is broken blood vessels (capillaries) due to recently flying and lots of walking. Just pain relief was the answer. Thank god. Back in taxi and bed. Another late ...
... Museum particularly piqued our interest. With a return to warm weather Graham enjoyed walking there, although the high season made navigating the busy pavements of Oxford Street a potentially hazardous venture. Notwithstanding this minor annoyance, the BM was a worthy destination with some outstanding exhibits, collected controversially during the height of the realm's empirical powers. The Egyptian, Greek and Roman sections alone occupied Graham's ...
... still pouring as he was walking away... Oh dear! They also serve nibbles down there and we ate so much of it that we haven't bothered with dinner tonight at all. That kind of worked out well!
Now we are sitting here watching Moonraker. Well, I was, and Mal fell asleep, so I decided to do the blog and call it a night. It is only 9.30pm here, but after last nights effort, I am pretty tired, so I had better get some sleep.
... getting off at Notting Hill, wish we had been there on a Saturday for the full atmospheric experience. Maybe next time, after we will lotto lol. Next we got off near Baker Street for a wander and a visit to the Baker Street Beatles shop and lunch. By now it was about 3, boy time flies. We decided to stay on, but the bus was nearly as slow moving with the traffic as it was in New York. We had tickets for Let it Be at the Garrick Theatre ...
... dump, get us an exhibition there. We saw Shakespeare's Globe Theatre and the Golden Hinde replica, among other things, and went into Southwark Cathedral, a lovely little church. There has been a church on that site since 606 AD, and there is evidence that it was a place of worship in Roman times. We had lunch in the Borough Market, an enormous market selling every food imaginable, plus some we had never imagined. You buy your food ...