Fraser Place Canary Wharf
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... I had a lovely couple of gentlemen come in the other day and they were just so so kind and grateful for everything we did..even though it was our job. Work didn't feel like work at that moment.
I got given a single rose. Nuff said.
I have a thing where I get to know where my customers are from. Some so I can add a place to my list, and some like Denmark ...
... it, bused it, and walked over 12 miles all through the city, making stops at:
Ben Franklin's house - closed today, but will try again
Trafalgar Square and the National Gallery under the view of Lord Nelson
Big Ben and Parliament
Winston Churchill's War rooms - Left as they were when they shut them down in 1945
10 Downing Street - ...
... was because they are currently having an exhibition on steampunk called Longitude Punk'd. The first section is a collection of artwork by steampunk artists, and the second is a showing of different sorts of clocks as well as instruments proposed by various people to figure out how to determine longitude in the late 1800's.
Lastly, we took two buses to visit Bartle and his family (we got to ride on the top of one of the red ...
... a guard up close and take a picture with him! We even met some Austrian Boy Scouts who were also visiting. They were REALLY nice and we had fun talking about how our scouting ways compare. But, really, the highlights of my day (besides crying out of "fangirlness" over the jewels and meeting the Austrian scouts) was getting to make two of my childhood dreams come true - going to Sherlock's home (yes, I cried) and Peter Pan's ...
... houses the Wallace Collection - a private collection of art, armory, and furniture that is open to the public. She took me there when we were walking back from returning the car. After a quick rest at home, I took the rest of the family there. I wasn't sure that the girls would be too interested in the art, but I knew the weaponry would catch their attention! Its worth 'googling' this collection as I ...