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... of a Diplodocus dinosaur. Apparently there's a plan to replace Dippy with the skeleton of a blue whale, and it's causing a bit of an outcry!)
The museum is also host to the Wildlife Photographer of the Year Exhibition, which is in it's 50th year this year. I've managed to see it a couple of times, and it's always interesting. Some of the young photographer's work is amazing as well!
After the NHM I headed next door to the Science Museum, which is just as ...
... it is in Royal borough of Kensington and Chelsea. It is basically noted for the Portobello Market. This market is open every day except on Sundays. Of course the place became famous after the release of a comedy film in 1999. The film by Julia Roberts and Hugh grants contributed a great deal in developing interest of tourists about the place.
Holland Park: Leighton house museum situated in the side of Holland Park is also a place that is noted to ...
Hi all. So, this is going to be a short entry with lots of pics. I've written descriptors under each image, but you may have seen many of them on FB already. Too much has happened in London for me to even begin writing it all down. But all I can say is I've had an AMAZING time and I absolutely love London in the Summer. I didn't realise I know more people in here than I probably do in the whole ...
... and we enjoyed a great catch up after many years.
On Monday we spent the morning in Greenwich, looking at things Nautical, driving a simulator of a cargo ship, learning about the early explorers and checking out the Cutty Sark. We walked up the hill to the Royal Observatory to the home of the Prime Meridian which also had some awesome views over the city. Jesse was hijacked by a middle aged Japanese man, who obviously thought it a good idea to get a ...
... We went for a drink to their local, The White Horse, where Mick & I drank the local beer Heritage XX, not too bad. Back home for a nice dinner.
25 June. After a good nights sleep we awoke to the farm horses “neighing” on another sunny morning. Mick told me a few “Nobs” come down from the city to ride the horses. After breakfast we went for a walk around part of the Painshill farm The farmer Steve Godwin-Austen,a very ...