Clifton Lodge Hotel
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... Although we were Frost bitten (because we spent most of the time on top of the bus) & hungry, I did feel very happy ...because it was all starting to make sense to me & I liked it all very
We finished our day at Harrods...It was really quite a nice feeling to hop off the bus in search of
this iconic store...We were not disappointed as we first saw this fine building from its very recognaisable ...
... looked like it was snowing outside - it was certainly cold enough when the door was opened for somebody to go out. It wasn't snow but a machine spraying tiny frothed soap bubbles. The effect was realistic enough for Keely to go out and dance around. In the backlot were outside sets including No 4 Privet Drive, The Knight Bus, The Potter House. We took our own photos in the flying car and in Hagrid's motorbike.
From here it was back inside to ...
... Riff Raff
and me- Magenta of course!
Quite the cast we had going!
After work the usual crew came around to our flat to get ready and then we went off to Waxy O'Conners where we generally made fools of ourselves and treated everyone to a rousing 'Time Warp' dance off... embarrassing in retrospect... great fun at the time!
Then we went to the actual viewing where we were given goodie bags for the movie containing flash cards to hold ...
When I was a boy I used to put together model airplanes. I loved the world war 2 planes the best. Spitfire, Mosquito, Mustang but especially the B17 Flying Fortress. I also loved the book and movie the Dam Busters and the planes they flew, the Lancasters. So it was a great delight to travel out to Colindale and visit the RAF Air Museum and see all these planes up close and realise how big they were. The history of air ...
... decided to walk through them. They were extremely busy but still had a nice atmosphere to them. We then wandered down to a huge park which was very pretty. We even walked up a big hill to where a great view of Greenwich was awaiting us. It was beautiful up there but we didn't spend too long up there as we wanted to catch the river cruise to the London Tower. When we got to the London Tower it was more of a castle than an ...