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Today was a very eye-opening day.
I had the day off today and decided to go to the Natural History Museum. I've been meaning to visit here for about a year but I somehow always ended up with something else to do instead.
But I'm very glad I went.
Not so glad about the queuing in the cold to get in. The English really do love to queue. ...
Mousetrap, a play I had heard about, know of, seen the theater, but never ever seen. Opening in the West End in 1952 the play has been in London longer than I have been alive and I had to see it before (knowing my luck) it finished!
I knew it was written by Agatha Christie and that it was a murder mystery with a twist ending. However, I ...
... through the ages, wedding gowns through the ages etc etc etc. As I said - too big for one day.
Next, on towards the Natural History museum. Just outside they have put up an ice skating rink - I tried,but could nbot convince Teresa to get on.
The museum is in a magnificent old building, and contains - well - items from Natural History,
Dinosaur skeletons, photography, a lot of stuff from and about ...
... boys will try to hit on girls by saying anything that they can just to talk to a girl.
I hadn't heard anyone acting like they were interested in the weather here until after I had read Watching the English but once I read it I was keen on listening for it. It also reminded me of orientation day when one of my professors said to us to always have an umbrella because no one ever knows what the weather will be like. This further emphasized ...
... are waiting there for us so we grab them and go through customs. Coming from another EU country, we get to walk straight through the blue customs exit. Then it's off to find the Gatwick Express train to take us into London. We bought tickets online so we find the super short line for these machines to collect our pre-purchased tickets. We are happy not to have to stand in the long lines for buying tickets. Then we head to the platform to board the train. After ...