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... 1077; 90;ся переш 72;гиват& #1100; через спяще 75;о пасса 78;ира, приче 84; не через того, кто сидит ...
... had our fill of the market, we returned to St James park as yesterday we went around it, but didn't go thru it. Like all parks in London it was a peaceful place and amusing people watching :) Overall, I have to say that regent park is still my favorite of the parks we have seen... We wrapped up the afternoon by heading back to the hostel to relax a bit and get ready for our travel to Paris, France ...
... boasting a catwalk for above the scenes views, and an animated T-rex that is very scary indeed. Because the museum was so crowded with children on school field trips, we didn't spend as much time as would have otherwise, but this is one we may go back to see again. It was obviously the most popular of the three museums.
We also took in the Science Museum next door. The main floor display of Watt's giant steam engines was interesting ...
... and some other strange things. Di n I would appreciate some sort of lifting device to get out of the bean bags. Check out the area; hmmm its sorta like Richmond used to be before it became trendy. Lots of what looks like public housing and a bit of a run down, down market feel. The good part is that it is only 20 mins by bus into central London.
As we have both spent time in London, we didn't have much on our itinerary today except that Gela wanted to go on the London Eye. After a nice breakfast and chat with Catherine we made our way over the Tower of London Bridge along the river to the eye.
Once again we got to another "line" dilemma.. at least 200 people waiting for the eye and we weren't prepared to stand for over an hour and a half! S
We made our way to Clapham Station where ...