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... can check out if you want to see some clips of the show:
Brief promo: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SxraXR_ tfSA
Cumberbatch interview with clips from the production (Part 1): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JMxeUO7 Mo-I
Cumberbatch interview with clips from the production (Part 2): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h_9f_04 Jl2k
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... the museum is now set up was formerly a banana warehouse. The site underwent quite a lot of changes to finally house the ultra modernistic museum. The funding came from a number of companies, designers and benefactors.I
mperial War Museum
If you are interested what Britain went through during the World Wars, the Imperial War Museum is a must visit. The museum has the records of Britain's civil and military efforts during the wars. ...
... step through the front door and both were mesmerised, Fid got hooked on a gliding saucer while Boo ran from Paddington to Paddington giddy with excitement. The store was absolutely heaving with excited kids and their shuffling parents. Around into Carnaby St we had a drink at "That guy with the pen you mean" as Boo referred to the Shakespeare's Head and strolled around getting lost for a few hours more. Heading back ...
... to sample local street food - it's necessary to fly for 20 odd hours to catch up with friends for lunch these days!
Tom & I then wandered down to the boundary of the original City of London and walked Rick Steve's City of London walk which took us into some back alleys where Dr Samuel Johnson's, father of the first Dictionary of English language, house can be found. The house dates back to the 1700s. There is a nearby pub , the Cheshire Cheese pub,which goes back ...
... we were behind schedule by almost 30 minutes. So we arrived on time as per our original schedule. Mum announced to us all: “Lucky we caught the earlier train!”
I was enjoying my daily nap on the train when we arrived at Leeds. The blast of cold air as Mum carried me onto the platform promptly awoke me! Poor Dad, he was still in his shorts lulled by our warm start in Paris! Dad was a little cool and ...