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... see the sharks swimming just below your feet. There is also a tunnel built using a 25 meter long whale skeleton. Under the skeleton you can see the turtles, tropical fish, and colorfulcorals. This place is centrally located and you can go walking from the river Thames just intwenty minutes. When you are visiting, just give a call at the help desk and they will let you know about the specialeventsat that time.
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... a well-used creative community space.
There are evidences of the changing generations and their influences on the house including part of a wall painting from the Blue House days, scribblings on the wall from a joiner and remains of painting to emulate wood carved panels by those who could not afford the real thing.
The garden, formerly derelict scrubland and car-breaker's yard, is now a fun and ...
... dinner booking. Aunty Tonia and I walked down to Sloane Square and Kings Row and walked around the shops spending quite a bit of our time in Cath Kidson. Back to Harrods on the Duchamp hunt where we saw the memorial to Princess Diana and Dodi. Back to the room to get ready for dinner in Soho in the highly recommended restaurant Yuatcha which provided probably the best meal of our stay in London. Miss you lots and love you more! Mum ...
... close to 2 tube lines and wasn't outrageously expensive.
We were able to check in when we arrived, about 1:30. The room was a nice size, with a nice bathroom. We didn't stay long because we wanted to head over to the British Museum.
The Museum is free--they just request a donation of 5 pounds.The British Museum was established in 1753 and is home to more than 6 million artifacts of all shapes, sizes and cultures. The rooms are ...
... now, there was only 35 mins until my take off time.
All seemed good now. I was instructed to follow the fast track sign to security. Yay!!! But alas, as I reached the top of the elevator, another long queue for the fast track security. The queue was right back to the elevator, so it wasn't looking good for those behind me. There was no where to go at the top so they had to keep walking the opposite way on the still moving elevator.!!