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... the Churchill War Rooms that lie beneath 10 Downing Street (equivalent to 1600 Pennsylvania Ave). Disclaimer, I have already been to this 5 years ago but since I have been binge reading about Churchill and my everlasting love for WW2 history, I was looking forward to go again! After WW2 ended, the war rooms, that held nearly every important strategic meeting, were left untouched for 30 years. Many of the rooms are still the same as it was during the London Blitz and the early 1940s. ...
... jargon any day of the week.
Tuesday December 10th.
Late start due to the previous evenings festivities, so only time for an afternoon gym session followed by a trip to the pictures to see "Nebraska". I give the film 8 out of 10. Definitely worth checking out my blog cast heroes.
Wednesday December 11th.
More gym action today, followed by a little culture in the form of a visit to the Tate Modern ...
... home through the shopping area where I was the other day, with a leetle shopping for moi...cute yoga/exercise shop called Sweaty Betty (*Sweateh Betteh*) because we know how I like to sweat, lol! I am committed to the idea of TX weather cooling down enough to wear the top I bought. A huge crash at Starbucks to get on some wireless for a while. Jeremy had requested more information on the Café and Pet Boutique, so I stopped in and yes, there were customers....seeing ...
... br> The Sunday indoor/outdoor public market in Greenwich is considered an "event" during the summer, plus the Maritime Museum and Royal Observatory are there....and we wanted to take a boat ride on the Thames :) Having a wide river that goes all the way through London and beyond is like an aquatic freeway, and there's a lot of traffic with cruise boats, patrols, speed boats, regular transportation. Speedboat rides are a thing here, and any vessel reaching speeds of ...
... for a beer and waffle ice cream as we were knackered and wanted to catch up on sleep. The place was romantic (crazy with loud bars, young travellers, street touts selling everything from fried insects to Chang beers to wash them down with!). with lanterns and great tunes - then a downpour of rain 2nd to none! We got soacked and made it back, was very romantic, apart from Liz seeing the giant ...