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... by artists that was of a revolutionary nature - especially that of Russian artists (Malevich)Left the museum at walked across the Millennium Bridge foot bridge to St Paul's Cathedral. There I got some new marketing ideas for Knox!
Back at the Megaro and thinking about dinner. What and Where?
Well, dinner was nearby in the Great Northern Hotel dinning room called Plum ...
... the cuts of my bedbugs were healing and the feeling of going home felt very double. On one side, it was great to know that we didnt have to pack our bags for a while, but the thought of not travelling anymore was a little sad.
We spent a few days in Bogota in Colombia. We stayed in a very nice 'stayotel' which was the nicest place we stayed in for along time.Best shower in South America (please see awards) and a lovely soft bed with clean linen.Bogota was an intresting city ...
... train. There wasn't a seat to be found, until a family offered Dad and George some of their seats. Mum and I were queuing for food at this point, but Dad had quite a good chat with the children of the family, who we think were maybe 7 and 8. Their English was pretty good, and I had a basic chat with the parents. They were from (or possibly going to) Hainan Island in the south of China, and were fascinated that I could possibly have lived in ...
... sandals and a windbreaker. She ventured into a souvenir shop to buy some socks just in case her feet got cold. As we waited a bit longer, a hoodie started to sound like a good idea as well. Sharon was the only person properly prepared with a warm jacket, and George, well he never gets cold. The rest of us quickly ran back into the souvenir shop and purchased a London sweatshirt/hoodie for each of us just in time before we had to load up on the bus.
... It's quite shocking for us to see how many people still smoke in England. A lot of them are possibly European tourists but there still was a plethora of locals chugging away on fags.
Last time we lived in London, everyone used to walk on the left hand side of the footpath, the Tube escalators, etc. But something must have happened in the last 22 years and now it appears people seem to walk on the right hand side. We missed the revolution but ...