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... for Oliver.
4 July. Hot again, wonderful weather. We went to Nathan’s school for parents and grandparents day where we spent two hours looking at all Nathan’s school class work, drawings, paintings, and writings plus talking to his teachers Miss Helen and Miss Celine.
We then drove around to Chiswick House for lunch, a very nice park and place to be on a hot summers day. Later Paul,Oliver and I walked down to Rocks Lane park for Oliver’s ...
... looking at Parliament, Big Ben, and anything else we can just stare at in a jet-lagged stupor.
Bleary-eyed, we attempt to use mass transit to get into the city from our Heathrow hotel. First we find the bus to get to the closest tube stop, and then finally find the right line, thanks to an idle and kind tube-worker who took pity on us as we stared at a map for endless minutes. Finally we get our tickets (kids are free under 12) and ...
... We had a great time there wandering through the old town and over their famous old bridge. Annemarie had suggested we visit the local Transport Museum, which we did, spending a fantastic afternoon among trains, planes, boats and cars. It’s quite a hands-on museum so everyone was kept entertained for hours.
The only negative thing about our time in Switzerland was the weather. The low, thick clouds meant that our options were ...
... The wind chill factor was defiantly less than zero on the coast. Unfortunately after thinking how so very fortunate we all were to travel all through South East Asia and India and for non of us to contract food poisoning or any other nasties...boom...I jinxed myself. I can't remember ever feeling so ill for so long. A 6 or 12hr tummy bug, no problem but this went on for about 5 days. Lethargic, loss of appetite, just plain ****! I came right just as ...
... up next to each other. All the dinning is so clean and the shop windows so bright.The modern vibe of the stores mixed with the antique of the city work miraculously with each other. After we went to dinner at Nando (I got chicken and rice of corse). We then took the tube to get towels at Primark and were instantly sucked into the other fabulous things they carried. Great mens sweaters, as well as socks, totes and accessories. I got a wonderful elephant throw for my bed that is ...
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