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Decent hotel with comfortable bed and great breakfast
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... war, the lights were turned off and the doors locked. Now, the rooms are open to tour as time capsules of that period. With an excellent audio guide, I spent almost three hours immersed in recent history. The tour begins under a 500 pound German bomb, certainly a mood-setter, and ends with a museum devoted to Churchill, the war and his life.
Once out in the fresh air, I headed under much cloudier skies to Trafalgar Square. During my ...
Sorry for the 'late' blog - I went out for dinner last night at the original Fifteen with the lovely Nealypops - anyway - here is the story of yesterday. Dead - visited the Wellcome collection - a fantastic place for the incurable curious. A small and manageable 'museum' with some very interesting exhibits - not always child friendly which is one of the reasons I liked it so much! I went ...
Since I've started as a student here at the LSHTM there has been no end to the drama! Last week was the terrible gastro which kept me in bed for 2 days and made me miss the entire first week of classes for my ethics subject, and this week started with David losing his wallet. We were walking to the Tube one night early in the week and David's wallet must have fallen out of his back pocket on the way there, unnoticed by both of us. When we got to the Tube he went to get out his ...
This was the last day in London. It's a city you could spend weeks in and not see everything, but I think I gave it a fairly decent whack for the level of energy and budget that I had. I've enjoyed it immensely, and I've no doubt I'll be back to visit. I'm not sure if it's a city I could live in, though who knows what my mindset will be in a year or two.
I took the morning off to suss out life admin (washing doesn't do itself) and met up ...
... walked back into Covent Garden and ate a delicious meal at the Punch & Judy Pub and reminisced.
We then walked back to Regent Street, looking in shops and soaking up the atmosphere. We walked from Picadilly Circus to Oxford Circus.
We stopped along the way to take in the beautiful scene. It is so lovely lit up at night.
We then caught the tube back to our flat.
A major bag packing operation & now to sleep.