Holiday Inn Farnborough
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... It was like 46 spotlights or something pointing straight into the sky to commemorate the day the lights went out for the black out all over London.
Was pretty cool to see.. sometimes Laurence comes up with good ideas. Sometimes.
... about the industrial revolution), Making the Modern World Gallery (which also allows exploration of all sorts of materials), the Flight Gallery and the Glimpses of Medical History Gallery.
The Exploring Space Gallery is huge and it is incredible as it has many rockets hanging from its ceiling and an amazing model of the Apollo 11 landing module. Other interesting things in there include a space kitchen, freeze-dried astronaut food and ...
... we live in the city of Westminster and not actually London. This is where the Queen and other Royals live; very pricey. We checked out the pricey neighborhood and saw the changing of the guard!
Afterwards, we wandered around and chanced upon a chain restaurant for a quick bite to eat (and use the free Wi-Fi). The sound of a festival nearby attracted us down the block. While walking, we discovered the free national gallery and decided to check i ...
... hotel with my daughter's cat and with my two cats.. Someone pulled the fire alarm when I was with my daughters cat and it was during the day so I was able to quickly grab him and stuff him in a carrier. BUT on my way out the door, I also grabbed my computer and my purse. Went outside and sat on the bench in front of the door until the fire department came and cleared the alarm. The second time with cats, I was on the fourth floor and it was ...
... was sleeping in pajamas at the time.
Of course both of these were alarms and not drills but still, I didn't get out as fast as I could, I took my time to get my cats and my most important possessions. My bad. One other fire alarm was in Singapore. No cats at the time but we lived on the 33rd floor. That is a LONG way down the stairs. Probably took us 15 minutes or more as people were coming out on each floor to join the procession plus ...