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Well that was a long boring flight, the food was just airline food, beef or chicken (come on there are other meats out there)
I watched a newish film this time 'Parker' a clint eastwood film, it wasnt bad, but awful on a small screen (smaller than my laptop screen)
We were early so had to circle the airport a few times
Well we landed and then had to hang about while they found a stand for us to park up, after that everyone trooped ...
... section has some good furniture. I am hoping some of the big houses we see later will be more ostentatious. Apparently Princess Dianne lived here and Kate and William will live here after their baby is born.
Andrew thought the museum was good but ad hoc and hard to work out out what was going on. They saw the Luna Ten module. Plus there were heaps of school kids around (which was really what turned me ...
We rented a car at Heathrow...a 5 series BMW. We no sooner got it than we ran into the exit barrier and bent the wheel. Thankfully Bob had purchased insurance! The return place gave us a Volvo wagon that had the right fender dented in...an obvious vote of confidence in our driving abilities! We managed to figure out the GPS system and set it for TheLamb ...
... American Revolutionary War). A high honor indeed!
my informative and outstanding afternoon, the entire group met up with
Professor Highley at Masala Zone, an Indian curry house. Curry (along with Fish
and Chips) is a staple food to eat in England because of the large number of
immigrants that came from the West Indies during and after imperialism. I loved
it! After a long day, I went home and caught up on some much needed sleep.
... plaque was okay though. It was nice to feel that we were outside where Joel would go while he was here. Seemed appropriate. Around the corner was a pub and the British Museum (also appropriate). The British Museum is simply massive and hard to take in at first. It is full of things more ancient and decrepit than a family reunion, but has about as many people flooding through it. We saw the Rosetta Stone (and the obligatory Rosetta Stone gift shop across, with Rosetta Stone ...