LSE Bankside House
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... were down to earth and professional. I didn't get used to being filmed but I think having a camera crew on the Burns Unit caused a bit of entertainment for the team and patients. I did offer to sign autographs but surprisingly no-one wanted one..! Nevertheless, I did my best to big up Therapists and the care we deliver to patients at NUH-lets hope it makes the final edit.
That evening I had my final Roosevelt commitment of the week (Phew!). To help ...
... I headed off to Enfield hoping to see where my Dad lived ,only to find out I was a few months to late, it had been pulled down, I did get to see one other place that he did live in for a while.
Next day Wendy and I headed into London, starting out at Tower bridge and ending up at Harrods, what a pity lol. Loved Harrods could spend a lot of time (and money) in there.
Went back to Dans to wait for Derek to arrive.
... half round. The market was jammed packed again, so didn't stay there that long. Looked at the Cutty Sark, and then climbed up the hill to see the observatory. It was a lovely fine day, and there were a lot of people just chilling out on the grass.
Then I went off into the City again to see The Commitments. It was a great show with a different focus - lots of audience participation was requested. ...
The days felt like they were whizzing past as I just realized it was now day 9. We were on a bus to the Hammer smith under ground. We caught the tube to Buckingham palace again which I wasn't really looking forward to because I just thought the guards marched away and new ones just came marching on in to replace them. But it was nothing like that, everyone was watching the palace but then we heard trumpets and drums behind us everyone sprinted to the other side of ...
Things had worked out well, and I had a few days off while Brooke was in London so we spent a few days ticking things off the 'List of Things to do in London'. Seeing as we are still living in a hotel room and Will is on night shift I also need to get out so he can sleep. First up we had breakfast in Wimbledon before heading to Portobello Road Market in Notting Hill to meet up with Fiona and have a look around. Notting Hill is really easy to get to from Wimbledon, straight up ...