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... intriguing eating experience we had just had. As they say eating in China Town is a bit like playing roulette. Today we came up trumps!
After dumplings we met up with Brittany at the Hummingbird Bakery for cupcakes. Continuing our foody day we then took Brit with us and introduced her to the Lucas Arms where we met Dad and Dan for an evening of red wine and British pub atmosphere and food.
Today Mum, Dan and I indulged in a classic Sunday ...
... suggested we visit the Tower of London to "see the poppies". I wasn't immediately enthused to revisit a site from our previous trip, but I figured I owed him for dragging him down an alley to see a broken water pump. When we arrived at the Tower, my opinion changed.
Remembrance Day, or Veteran's Day to Americans, is celebrated widely in the UK and marked by a number of official customs. The symbol of Remembrance Day is ...
Today we dined out for breakfast, packed our bags ready to drive to Gatwick as we fly to Dalaman (Turkey) early tomorrow morning. We are all very excited about our cruise, the weather is still lovely, no rain which is very unusual. We drove to Gatwick leaving Helpston at 5pm after visiting Tony & Pat(Tony has terminal cancer) Ian & Diane's neighbours, everybody has made us very welcome. We arrived at our hotel about 10pm as we stopped for dinner at the infamous Toby's ...
... really good to get out and do something after over 24 hours of sitting down.
Later in the evening we had an introductory meeting and quick campus tour of Imperial before dinner. The food at dinner was decidedly average, with lamb of about 80% fat content. It definitely makes you appreciate home cooking! We had an early night afterwards after being awake for 17 hours, all of us excited and happy to have finally arrived.
... had died from the plague the night before. His assistant pulled out his organs one by one to show them to us, including his bladder. When he squeezed the bladder, liquid squirted all over us. Gory!!! A hall of mirrors was part of the fun as well, but in the half darkness, it was actually quite freaky. Finally, we were coached in how to act on the gallows before being hanged, and the final treat was an amusement park free fall ...