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... The sounds and lights and interactivity of the whole display was absolutely astounding, and I so hope the Australian War Memorial is following in similar stead. The only issue- it was intolerably crowded. The gallery is in a single direction that winds through fourteen sections, with the path two people wide, and there were many times when the entire gallery came to a complete standstill and just stood stuck in one spot waiting for a few minutes because it was so clogged. ...
... align yourself with some great coaches like Bob Harris, Sergei Boriak and Miles Crane. It's no mean task learning how to fly a new, heavier and faster plane in a new category in record time and (hopefully) be competitive. Finally after months of practicing your Free routine, you need a good friend like Miles who is schooled in FAI regulations and whose spider senses are tingling to independently assess your program and rebuild it because it doesn't meet the ...
After breakfast in the hotel we decided we would go to the London Zoo. While waiting for a taxi the heavens opened up and decided to blow up a gale, this then changed our mind and we went off to the Camden Markets at Camden Lock. We had fun looking around the stalls at the different things for sale and after doing a little retail therapy we decided that the weather ...
... Hardware store a couple of times so Glen can get up on the laundry roof but the jobs have multiplied.
Saturday was gardening day for Maxine, pruning the hedges, yes they have grown from last year, replanted two lavender shrubs which were in the path of the rhubarb plant, dividing a bromeliad so the pups are now orphans, harvesting the beans in their vegetable ...
... a little secret harbor right on the Thames where "Glorianna", the Queen's golden row boat barge, is moored. Glorianna was built for the Queen's Diamond Jubilee in 2012 and also carried the Olympic Flame on the river Thames the same year as part of the Olympic opening festivities. We ate lunch at a Turkish restaurant 100 feet from the barge and also saw the small draw bridge raised to allow a sailboat to enter the docks. ...