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and a badly dented bank account.
In summary, it is very difficult to capture 5 months succinctly, a popular question when we returned last time was, what were the best and worst bits, so we have produced this:
Best - making Judy, M's mother happy and the wonderful Indian food.
Worst - aside from the obvious poverty and filth, hard ...
... st this place though...they just felt the music. They were brilliant! We were not. I'm actually better at iceskating than I am roller skating, and I suck at iceskating. It was such a great time to really get to know my work mates better. A chance to meet the kitchen staff properly too. And make inside jokes that will brighten the mood at work too. I have the best work crew in the world. Lisa ...
... should be banned from climbing them. Adolf Hitler found the column to be of great significance and he planned to move it to Berlin if his Operation Sea Lion plan to invade Britain had been successful.
Refurbishment of the column was done in 2006 for which scaffolding was erected for access from top to bottom. In order to minimise any damage to the bronze and stonework, steam cleaning and gentle abrasives were used. Before the restoration work was started, ...
... sunbathing. It was nice to soak up the sun. It's now 3.51 pm and we've moved on to a cafe in Old Compton Street. We've ordered tea and a white chocolate cheesecake to share while we people watch some more. The sun is gorgeous and its nice to relax for a bit. … After our tea and cake we decided to walk home. The walk takes about 30 minutes at a reasonable pace. We walked via Downing Street on the way and I took so e photos. We ...
Last night we stopped at Marks and Spencer (thanks for the tip Sandi) to pick up a few groceries so this morning we were able to make our own breakfast which was nice, healthy and good for the bank account too! Prices in London are about the same as home but in pounds so it seems to be that everything costs twice as much as it usually does so a little savings here and there is a good thing! That leaves more money for shopping! (Ha Ha) We used the tube to ...