Holiday Inn London - Elstree
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... rich Maritime history so there was a Naval Museum, a huge ship called the Cutty Stark, and a lot of nautical things to look at. My friend Kathryn had told me about a hill that I should climb so that I could get an amazing view of London. Katrin and I made our way up that hill and man was she right! I had never seen London like this, it was so beautiful! They have a cute little skyline that you wouldn't normally see from ground level. Katrin and I sat there for ...
... so people dropped to the ground. Obviously this is a common even as the students talking to the BAE staff just turned around and kept talking about their graduate programmes haha.
Before leaving Lancaster I took a wander through the town centre, had lunch in a castle and watched a very entertaining episode of 'truck thought it could get around the corner, but failed and got stuck instead’ haha.
Tonight I went to the Science Museum Late. ...
... Milk (the colours on the walls of the restaurant). Very good. The lovely server was from Lithuania. She was so pretty and very clever, too. It is wonderful to be a great international and global city.
Now we are awaiting the arrival of Bill and Joyce.
Tomorrow we are having brunch with Scott Dawson at Happenstance close to St Psul's Cathedral.
All the best from London. ...
... cos I'm too fussy with my eggs and don't like baked beans haha...but that was still good! Afterwards we headed into town to Waterloo station to start our day at the London Eye (just looking). Again it only took 25 mins to the station from highgate, and we were straight there! London eye is pretty much the same as the Melbourne one...we didn't want to go in as the q was nuts! So we continued along Southbank, to Westminster ...
Over the past 490 days / 70 weeks / 16.3 months / 1.3 years I have been on 29 aeroplanes, 3 helicopters, one light aircraft and many forms of water transport. I've adjusted to 16 different time zones and visited every continent excluding Antarctica, stopping at 80 cities and many more places in between, spending 8 different currencies. Along the way I have met extraordinary people, made some great friends, and one thing I didn't see coming - have fallen in love with a man who ...