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... or how far it extends underground until you come up outside. I actually ended up on the wrong side of the station and was staring at the map for ages trying to figure out where I was! Thank God for Google maps, let me tell you!
So I finally come round the right side of the station and this is what I see: St Pancras Station. It's right next to Kings Cross Station so it's ...
... National Army Museum which is
closed for two years for remodeling, the London Eye or some other high
elevation viewpoint…). Consequently I left without claiming a refund of my
transit card and with a pile of cash since these will needed on my next visit.
I probably won’t be there physically on November 11, 2018, when a massive
celebration of the 100th anniversary of the end of World War I will
take place, but I will certainly be there in spirit.
... the films. Although it's charming, "safe", clean, the houses are real nice, I would honestly prefer to live in Shepherd's Bush. Shepherd's Bush has flare. It's so interesting, diverse and multicultural. I would rather live in the small studio above the Ukrainian corner store than live in the structured white building. That's just me. I love to experience all of the cool things from different cultures. Our room was almost empty. The French girls were getting ready to party away ...
... I would be over the finish line and done with my first full marathon, and two miles? That was easy. I picked up the pace, feeling strong, and started to pass people. By the time I hit mile marker 25 I had just finished an 8:14 mile, but I was on a roll. I stretched the legs even more, why keep an energy reserve if there was only a mile left? A mile is nothing! By the time my watch beeped 26.00 miles and the finish line was in sight only 0.2 miles away I was averaging a 7:32 minute ...
The London Dungeon is a fun and insightful way to learn about the gruelling history of London. We arrive to be greeted by actors dressed as old, dirty, peasants based in the early periods of London. We were disappointed to learn that one of the rides was down for maintenance but decided to proceed anyway as it took us an hour to get there in the first place. I won't ruin the experience for anyone who hasn't done it ...