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... exhibits were informative with lots of interaction opportunities. We all enjoyed the earthquake simulator. The line was too long to get into the Dinosaur section but there were enough other fossils in other sections and the great hall to look at. Most of us only saw about a quarter of the exhibits in this time. So we split up again for 1.5 hours. Still not enough time. Oh well, save some for next time.
A short walk down the road took us to Harrods. It was packed ...
In a strange turn of events, I was going to Phantom of the Opera with Carmie on the same night that Katie was taking her cousin to Book of Mormon- so we decided to double date.
We started off the night at Bar Salsa for some cheap food and cocktails (yes always with the cheap..) then we headed off to our respective shows. This was the third time I had seen the Phantom of the Opera (once in Brisbane and once in Auckland) but it was still amazing! The ...
... The lights dropped and the music started and Greg started to understand the parody of the play. Greg enjoyed the straightforward description of the Mormon faith when described dispassionately it made no sense at all. The performances were wonderful great singing and dancing – it was just great. After the caught the Bakerloo line back to home base, via Marks and Spence for supplies. Tomorrow should sunnier – so hopefully we’ll get to ...
... I think I have the perfect range of clothes for hot not so hot and cold. I have downloaded a travel book where I can see what the weather is doing on a daily basis which is great fun, what ever the weather this holiday is going to be great Graham and I work so well together on holiday plus after Lbi and all her help no ...
... I did miss my old shopping buddy Deb Luisetti! Meanwhile Simon and the kids had a fun and interactive afternoon at the Science Museum in South Kensington. They enjoyed learning how to make explosions and enjoyed a 3D simulated ride on the Red Arrows. We all returned to the apartment for our last dinner in London and packed our suitcases for the final time in anticipation of tomorrow's departure. By ...