Travelodge London Tower Bridge
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... station. My body is really mad at me, too much junk food and not enough weight lifting. I can't wait to get back on my regular diet and exercise program. The train to London went well (under the channel) and we are 1 hour closer to home: only 8 hours ahead compared to 9 from the Europe continent proper. Once into the first train station it was so clean, and the people were very nice. We retrieved some pounds from the ATM, got some "tube tickets" and ...
... where Isaac Newton was buried and his large monument. The face was based on his death mask and so looks like he did in life. Near that was Charles Darwin's grave. He was an agnostic but at one stage had considered being a minister. We then got to sit in the quire. A privilege not afforded most visitors to the Abbey. Each hour they stop the tourists for a minutes silence and a prayer to remind visitors that it is essentially a place of Christian worship. The prayers were ...
... Marc Donovan who worked in Boots Health Care Human Resources, and he presented about the future of the pharmacist. He began talking about how within the last 10 to 15 years pharmacists were in short supply within the UK. In response to this shortage, several new pharmacy schools were created and existing programs added more students. This influx of new pharmacy graduates has saturated the market over recent years, so obtaining a position has ...
London has provided the backdrop for a number of blockbuster films throughout the years and, for any keen movie-buff there are plenty of opportunities to visit some of these iconic places in the capital. You might prefer to take part in one of the dedicated walking film tours or put your own adventure together, but however you choose to organise your movie tour of
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... informed that this was the city that I enjoyed so much. Harrods was our first stop, which was incredible, like a shopping centre all in itself. Our search for Santa's Christmas grotto lasted a while, requiring a store map to eventually find the elusive section, only to find it was ticket only.