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Today was a little lighter. Up and out by 10:00 to Harrods department store via the Piccadilly Line for another go. Afterward we walked down Sloane St and found a wonderful bistro for lunch at the Plantechnicon.
Then back to the Knightsbridge tube station to Piccadilly Circus and the Criterion Theatre to see 39 Steps- the play, well comedy …
Wij Ben in Mechelen. Den trein van Londeren was zier spoodig en comfortabel.Wel te ruuste.
Chuck and Tin Tin
... had to be done. Boring!!! Parked up in Merchtem for the night just north of Brussels, still miserable outside. But we keep our selves busy with planning our next route and modifying skippy to make our life's easier, it also helps having fantastic company...... Added some more photos of Skippy ...
... realized that the political means of the organization plays such a large role.
This was the first site visit where lack of the native languages was not a problem. Every person I spoke to had perfect English (even the NATO store workers). While we waited for our presenter we had some free time in which we explored the ground floor of the building. There was a press conference going on in ...
... on playing the organ.
We decided to eat locally, and ate a seasonal Flemish specialty of severely overcooked white asparagus (but the nutmeg made a nice touch), and then Marion had a dish of creole chicken (with bananas and other fruit) while David had a beef and beer stew. Marion finished off with a fresh mint tea (but which seemed to contain something else as well). The dinner was surprisingly expensive (largely because of the ...