Holiday Inn Express Slough
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... we climbed the steep escalators to the centre of the earth display which explained basic geology and geography. Nic really liked it and found the displays and videos really fascinating. I was slightly less interested but even I could enjoy some of the interactive displays they have on offer. We descended then to early ecology and learnt about carbon cycles, energy cycles and the ways climates shape animals similarly. One interactive device fitted the animals of the ...
... was really long so we went to see just the apartments. It took us the rest of the time just to see those. They told us about the fire in 1992 and how it was all restored.
We got back to our car about 12:30 and Nigel drove us to The Bel and Dragon a Tea Room for lunch. It took forever to get our food. Larry got Shepherd's Pie made with duck and loved it. I got a chicken and avocado sandwich. When we ...
... for Queen Elizabeth II.
The rest of the day, we spent wandering through St. James Park, Hyde Park and Kensington Gardens, but not without an ice cream... or two!. We looked at many of the monuments and stopped for a bit at the Princess Diana Memorial, which Amanda really wanted to see. We continued along Hyde Park and came to the Serpentine, which is a small lake which you can rent row boats. We didn't have time to do this on Friday, but we are hoping to go ...
... presented with a cup of tea, I then checked I had everything and did any last minute jobs before having to rush out the door to drive through Tamworth rush hour traffic to catch my 9:12am train. I'm not going to lie, nerves had me in their grasp,feeling rather nauseous about the whole thing until around 11am. The journey went rather smoothly apart from in a daze, accidentally left the tube and then not being able to get back in, luckily a friendly tube attendant saw my plight and let ...
... covered floors 4 and 5, which mainly contained the history of medicine. Not the best exhibit for a hypochondriac such as myself. I would also like to note that the Science museum allows way too many school children in, which seriously interfered with my knowledge gathering.
Finally this week we got to meet up with some old friends (both English and American). On Friday night my cousin Katie and her husband Conrad (We started off this trip with their wedding ...