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... one. 'The Look' was all I got when I tried pigeon alert. We walked to the lake The Serpentine in the park. It had canoes, paddle boats and many swans, geese and ducks. It was a sunny day and we could have spent the day in the park but tourism beckoned us on. Westminster Abbey was next after a few shots of the tower of Big Ben and Parliament House. The Abbey, although Abbotless since it was 'handed over' by the Benedictines after the Reformation is an amazing mix of ROS. We were ...
So we really did try to do it all. Walked to Westminster Abbey (about 2 miles), where we caught the boat down the Thames to the Tower of London. We took the one hour guided tour of the Tower, then saw the Crown Jewels. Jim and I took the hop on hop off bus back, while Carrie and Jay headed back for Carrie to get in a little retail therapy (very little it turns out). Then off to dinner at a restaurant we passed by earlier in ...
... I guess only for us clinical people) with an original wooden operating table. And no it wasn't still being used when I did my nursing training! Then caught the train back to Covent Garden. The escalators weren't running so took the stairs. Big mistake - 193 stairs equivalent to 15 stories. Pity I didn't have my fit bit on. The area is really buzzing with a market and lots of food and specialty shops as well as buskers. Of course ...
... people the world over. It's the place that made me even think about applying for my fellowship, as I could never justify in a time of shrinking budgets, where I have to say no to numerous staff requests for professional development,going any other way. That's one of the many things great about the WCMT fellowship programme. The travelling fellowships are about sharing ideas and practice with other colleagues and like and ...
... my faith in the trusty Kathmandu brand was put to the test. I lay my well used travel towel onto the freshly mown grass and sat down to enjoy a warm summer day with a good book and cheese and pickle sandwich. To my horror I very quickly discovered that the grass sticks and has to be painstakingly hand picked off, bit by bit.
I arrive in Sydney on the 31st May and my first grandchild is expected to arrive on 22nd June. ...