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We came to London today to do some sight seeing and to pick up some tickets to the play Gypsy that Ken got from a friend of his (Glenn) from London. We first visited the Tower of London where we saw the crown jewels. Then we went to the Tower Bridge and, of course, walked up the stairs to the top!
When we had an hour left before we were supposed to meet Glenn we decided it might be best to go to where the pub was that ...
... a departure at 1.35, so that gave us time to have lunch and get back in good time. Except... we kept going forward, because I wanted a photo of the Houses of Parliament from this side of the river. But there were hardly any more food places after that. Finally we found a little something to eat. We turned back towards the boat pier, and queued at another place for a bit more food to supplement our meagre lunch, but we gave up when the line moved too slowly. But ...
With our nine hour layover in London we decided to head into West End to see if we can catch a musical. Luckily Miss Saigon has some box seats available for cheap. Therefore we enjoyed a wonderful evening near Chinatown. And we also visited the London Eye before going back to London Heathrow to head out for South ...
... except the headband.
WHY DO I SPEND A WHOLE AFTERNOON AVOIDING LOOKING FOR THE ONE THING I ACTUALLY NEED.
So yes, that was my day. And also quite the explanation as to why the last month of my blog is only being uploaded now.
... Battle of Britain hangar I was intrigued that the Spitfire looked remarkably like a gigantic Airfix modeI which I use to glue together as a child. On closer inspection the Spitfire was indeed a replica made of fibreglass.
The major attraction of the museum, the American Hall, was closed for no apparent reason. Explaining we had come all the way from Australia we ...