Marriott Executive Apartments London, West India Quay
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... fire place and couldn't be happier.
**List of things I forgot to pack, which makes me an idiot:
1. Deoderant- and I can't find it in stores ANYWHERE.
2. Razer- I'm going to look really funny in the sleeveless dress I packed for New Years Eve.
3. Water bottle.
4. Hat and scarf. Again, Abby being an idiot.
5. Extra pens. Ooof. I have exactly two, which I am guarding with my life!
... Birmingham Repertory Theatre and Birmingham Royal Ballet. The tourists can also enjoy the nightlife in Birmingham on Broad street and Brindley Place. Birmingham is also famous for many National and religious festivals like St. George's Day and The BirminghamTattoo.
... of the actual trenches without the mud and death.
Onto the Second World War. We found a exhibition on how the civilian population in Britain lived through the war. There was an example of a bunker used in backyards. Our friend Murray has described to Greg his experiences in London during the Blitz in one of these shelters. Having been in one I can see it would not have been fun Murray.
We moved onto other battlefronts, Europe, Africa and Asia. ...
... Shocking, right? But listen to this - the Cullinan I was cut from a much bigger diamond that weighed over 3100 carats (1.33 lbs)!!! The diamond was discovered in South Africa in 1905 and was transported to the UK by parcel post while a decoy was sent on a heavily guarded ship. Once in London, the diamond was bought by the Transavaal government and given to King Edward VII for his 66th birthday. The diamond was then taken to a jeweler in Amsterdam to be cut. The ...
... and clothes all over the floor plus women were just trying on clothes in the aisles. My kind of hell so we made a quick exit.
Next we found Marks and Spencers which was more my style. The store was pretty big and really warm. Obviously the English don't use air conditioning and some people were wearing jackets and scarves even though it was 21 degrees. I made a couple of good purchases and moved on to Selfridges. WOW...it ...