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... which is actually one of the museums I've never been to before and will now have to go back to and explore. My group was also quite international so it was really interesting to hear about different cultural influences on the ideas of fate, destiny and living life (the main themes/motifs in our quote). We had people from China, Belgium, America, England, Ireland, Finland and Romania.
After the "assignment" a few of us hung around London, got ...
... to the low flying aircraft approaching London city airport every few minutes !!! I didn't realize the O2 was built for the millennium celebrations and that the yellow supports viewed from above represent a clock dial. I must say I do prefer old London to new London.
A trip on the DLR took us to Greenwich and the Royal Observatory compliments of our first cabbie of the day and his plethora of knowledge about King Henry VIII. Such an education in 10 minutes or so. Had ...
Got up early by our recent standards, I headed to Stamford Bridge to buy Chelsea tops for the Familia in SA, I know, I'm a nice guy, since I support Man U, then headed for Piccadilly for Jersey Boys Tickets, I have arranged for Baby sitters for Jackie and I for Saturday night, while we enjoy a night on the London Town. When I got back, we chilled a bit, after which we headed ...
This morning was a little sad when we had to say goodbye to the Gehringer's as they headed off to the airport to catch their flight to Lisbon. Kate is quite upset as she had a wonderful time with Jacinta and Simone and the realisation that she still has another 7 weeks or so until she sees her friends back home in Australia. We have assured her the time will go fast and she understands this and is loving our holiday immensely but naturally she is missing her friends.
... in London tonight was at Victoria Station, in particular the National Rail ticket counter to purchase our 7 day Travelcards for when we return in May. The reason why we bought the Travelcards from a National Rail ticket office is that they qualify for 2-4-1 deals at most of London's attractions and this saves you a fortune. We could have bought the tickets from a tube station for the same price however they do not qualify for the 2-4-1 deal. This ...