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... The Medical History Gallery was also really interesting, it basically had large displays or dioramas showing scenes from different periods in history that illustrated how people treated and diagnosed diseases and conducted operations etc. They even have a full-size chemist shop from the late 19th century set up - it was amazing! We ran out of time for the interactive exhibits in the Launchpad, but I think Em was all museumed out by this stage ...
Since Katie and I share a mutual friend in Jess, we decided we would meet up with her for dinner at the Red Dog in Clapham High Street. The food was American BBQ style and was extremely tasty (and therefore extremely bad for us!)
Seeing Jess is always a good time- reminds me a lot of the old NZ days at Westlake High School.
... wide of with many different paellas, thai curries and the like.
Next to the Fashion and Textiles history museum. I didn't know that Picasso later in life started collaborating with fabric printers to add his designs onto fabric, some interesting pieces but I prefer his art pieces. The fabric seems to lose the uniqueness of the single frame style. Andy Warhole also strongly represented in the displays, A complete history of ...
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... quite the same as Xmas turkey, but there's 5 of us, got to be realistic, besides Baz has one fridge - that damn huge bird wouldn't get near fitting in there. All done by 4.30, it is pitch black outside and absolutely bucketing down. We opt for a taxi. Well we thought we'd opted for a taxi, but there's an hour wait and the queue is phenomenal our only option is to walk. Pushing the trolley, in the pouring rain. It's against the law to take trolleys out of ...
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