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... years of stored up cricketing wisdom that has found a useless home in my brain....all came flooding out in a torrent of wonderment to all other tour goers! Michael even offered his tour guides jacket to me out of sheer awe....hahahaha! At the conclusion of the tour we went into the gift shop and bought the obligatory souvenirs then into the Lord's Tavern for a pint and a bit of lunch. After lunch Tim and I went and sat in the stand to watch some of the match in progress while ...
... s. Wasn't that far, and would at least cover some of the territory not covered by the bus. On the way is a Ferrari outlet that had a red, silver and dark blue vehicles on show which seemed to rejuvenate Liam's energy...although he would not admit to feeling weary, he had rested his head on the side of the bus for a bit. We plugged away up to Knightsbridge, passing the Mandarin Oriental (Heston's London restaurant is in there) and then getting to that big ...
... in the HomeAway listing and more. We're living in a Victorian terraced home, built in 1890, so officially the oldest place I've ever slept in. The basement area where we are staying used to be the parlour for the home, and it was connected at one point to the kitchen (which is still just behind the wall at the back of the flat--we could hear the family bustling about preparing dinner, which made us feel a lot less isolated than we thought we might be.)
... 100 different objects in the museum's collection. It is truly fascinating and I highly recommend it.
According to my Rick Steve's guidebook, "the British Museum is the chronicle of Western civilization. I was so excited to be able to see all the world treasures there, and I was eager to learn more about them. When I first walked in, I didn't realize how huge the place actually is. I knew it would be big, but you ...
... jobs in the world - customer service is non existent, but hey, it's fun playing with basketballs or soccer balls.
we also visited Covent Garden today. There is a fantastic little market there and while Michelle and I checked it out, the boys went off investigating the shops around it. They found the Build A Bear shop. Yes, you guessed it, they built a bear each! They were most surprised to find out there is one of these shops in Sydney. But ...
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