LSE Bankside House
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... we'd actually collected over 3 months! Us and some of his roommates went out for Thai food in Wimbledon.
For our last day we had to check out in the morning but didn't fly out until night. During the day we went to the movies again to kill time. At 5 we left for Heathrow - it was a struggle with all our bags but at least it was only one train ride. And then begun ...
... would be better, right? Well cycling might be the better, healthier option but only if you wear a gas mask and steer clear of all main roads.The cost of biking is much cheaper than the tube and depending on the distance could avoid the costs of gym memberships. You also don't need to wear a helmet, so no hat hair! Tubing is great exercise. All the stairs you have to climb is a decent leg day, the arm muscles needed to fight your way onto the tube in peak hour is your arm workout ...
... Eye and caught 14 home via Harrods.
Definitely a day of exercising walking around 30km today. Had a lovely lunch at Bubba Gump Shrimp and Jamie Olivers Pulled Pork hot dog for dinner.
Since this is the last day with Mum and Dad in London it was good to show them round and hear of the changes the city has made in 25 years since they were last here.
... Court Palace so the open fire in the court kitchens just had to be backed up to. This is a very bright palace with lovely gardens and the grape vine from a single plant is huge being the largest in the world. Also, the costumes are reproduced entirely in crisp white paper - just fantastic. Later that day we had a very interesting tour of the Royal Albert Hall and learnt that Queen Victoria spent more money on the Albert Memorial than the concert hall. ...
... Diana, Princess of Wales Memorial Fountain- A suitable tribute to The People’s Princess, the Memorial Fountain costú3.6 million to construct. Although it has been under fire for some constructional mess ups such as the granite being very dangerous when wet, in turn, kids have been hurt playing in the fountain. Luckily now, staff is on hand throughout summer to ...