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... talked for a while.
Then I remembered the free food section. For all you potential travellers out there, if you get to your last day of a trip and you are hungry...go in search of the free food section.
Plain 2 minute noodles may not be health food, but ...
... Gallery, where, every summer, a different architect builds a pavilion. This year it was made of orthogonal square pipes, all painted white, so you got lovely patterns forming through the structure like you get when driving past a plantation of trees. A sort of roof is formed by overlapping discs made of clear acrylic, which also make nice patterns as you move around. Tea is served inside the pavilion, and people can sit there on little white tables, or ...
We have begun our trip home - first leg Edinburgh to London. Now at departure terminal after another coffee etc.
We were escorted to the airport by Jim this morning including flashing light on his work vehicle, and surprise, surprise we ...
... provide good entertainment and
humor along the way, and not only that, but their outlandish attire is rather
comical. It was now getting late
in the afternoon, and I knew that if I still wanted to see all I had set out to
accomplish on my wish list, I would need to get going.
I exited the Tower, crossing the moat and heading east on
the Thames Path toward the Tower Bridge.
Another free exhibit with the London Pass was the Tower ...
... pitted against each other for the amusement of royalty and guests. The more spectacular the animal, the higher the status attached to its ownership - there were even polar bears. Speaking of bears it was all becoming too hard to bear for the two little meandering munchkins from Oz. This was the fifth day of the London Pass and both were starting to suffer the tourism equivalent of jet lag. ...