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... the changing of the guard early so that we could get a spot to watch the whole thing. Well, clearly we weren't early enough. We had to settle for a average spot. It was cool to see but I think once in a lifetime is enough for myself. Maybe Lisa would like to see it again but not really my think to be fair. It was cool to see the bands parading down the street, just a bit of a shame knowing nether oral family were not at home. After the ...
... s not going to rain on our parade, even if it does literally rain on our parade.
There’s not too much exciting to relate about breakfast, but I enjoyed pancakes with bacon and maple syrup - yum!
A brief wander later and before we know it we’re in the middle of Piccadilly Circus. (2) It’s certainly understated when compared to Times Square - but still more than enough neon, even during the daytime.
After that ...
... in at 2:00pm. After this – it was
still only 7:30am, so we headed into the city to find second breakfast – because
when you are served breakfast at 3am, it’s really about lunch time by 8am. On
the way in we walked through Russel Square Park and saw a squirrel! I was very
excited. The weather was beautiful – a lovely cool summer morning with a slight
We then headed in to the ...
... at the beginning of our internship that one former intern had her laptop stolen and they lost all the work that had been done regarding a very urgent and important case.
There are tasks that can be done on a personal computer without such worries though, mostly related to incoming and outgoing email as well as researching, reading and summarizing articles. Eventually I made it back on a computer at a desk and began going through my stack of ethnic profiling articles, and ...
... what he wanted to see, and I circled what I wanted to see, we overlapped a lot. We were interested to see what they had of South East Asia (almost nothing of Vietnam, it turns out), and there was a special exhibit on "What is Luxury?", and that took care of the ground floor. Stephen wanted to see, and I had no objection to, Ironwork, which was a long, long wing of old and new iron works: gates, grilles, locks and keys, hinges, armour (but no weapons) and some ...