Ramada London Ruislip
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... rest of the afternoon passed with lots of dancing and lots of paint throwing so by the time we left we were both covered from head to toe. Whilst this looked cool whilst at the festival, it looked weird on the tube and even weirder when we went to buy some snacks from a corner shop near to our hostel. After scrubbing all the paint off we decided we'd probably should get some sleep otherwise we'd never function enough to get to the airport the next ...
Up at 5pm and ready for my first big adventure. Thank goodness for Ingrid for driving me to the train station because it was a lot further than a thought it would have been. The train ride into London was exciting (only because I was on my own). Managed to change trains at Oxford Circus without getting lost and found the bus station after a short walk through London. The weather is over cast but not too cold. As expected I was the only ...
Today we visited a lesser known landmark to London, but one very close to my heart, the Florence Nightingale museum. Florence Nightingale was the founder of modern day nursing best known for her work during the Crimean war. She recognised nursing as a vocation and removed the negative stigma associated with nurses as being promiscuous drunks. The museum is located on the ...
... even with its never ending drizzle. So, a poor start to my day- being scared wittless, getting wet, being up high. Not three of my favourite thing!
After our slow and beautiful rotation on the Eye, we walked a few blocks to the underground secret war rooms used by Winston Churchill. This is where Churchill lead Britain from through out the war. It was rather larger that I had thought it would be, I imagined ...
... It was only one of the household staff throwing out the garbage (or, more correctly, checking to see if the bins could be brought back inside the gates, which they couldn't as garbage pickup hadn't quiet happened yet) but as I walked along the opposite side of the road I got to peek inside those gates, at the front door and the guard house inside. It was quite a thrill.
So no Macca sightings, but I think I am ...