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When we arrived in London, we took the tube to Bayswater. The thing I didn't realise about the Underground is that it's only underground in the centre of the city. For most of the journey, we were travelling overground - which was a bit disappointing. After checking into the Cleveland Hotel, we walked through Kensington Gardens. I saw some crows …
... past Big Ben and over the Thames to the ticket line for the Eye. The wait for a ticket and then the Eye was probably a fair bit less than an hour. It didn't seem long because the line was constantly moving. You have to quickly step on board the carriage as it slowly rotates past the loading bay. There were about 15 people in our carriage which leaves plenty of room to wander around to see all the views. Even though it was only 5 o'clock it was dark and we enjoyed the ...
... adorable! I think he is about 67 now (and he did forget the words to a few songs) but my god he sounded just the same as he always did.
Was so good to finally get to see him live- him and his million guitar changes!!
Lovely, lovely, lovely. Only downside was that it made me miss home a bit... but hell I will be back there soon!
... supplier around the corner. We returned to Sean with our parts had a coffee with Joan. Well I was patient but there is a payback – Greg will be seeing a “The Book of Mormon” with me, which as most of you would know would be like me spending a morning buying watch parts. The afternoon was spent at the Sir John Soane Museum (see Sunday’s entry). There are only limited numbers allowed in the museum at any one time, so it’s an ...
... for that. Right now I'm in a waterstones which is like a chapters using their wifi. I went and got discounted tickets today for a play called "the woman in black" which is supposed to be scary but very good. Wasn't too badly priced for two people, about 50£ so about $100, and if I am going to see a play London is the place to do it. They had all kinds of plays ...