Stanhill Court Hotel
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... here amongst the stalls and shops. On the bus back from Trafalgar a vintage Charity Shop caught our eye. Catherine tried on 6383627825365253 things but nothing fit :(. Cherie bought a green and blue top feature din the photos attached. She has labelled it the "no show dirt top". Today we are going to Camden Town and Hampstead Heath. The weather is from 0 to 5 today, we are currently sitting at a sunny 2 degrees and five past nine am. ...
... Then we came across a little canal. Little Venice! The sign said. There were a bunch of low, long covered boats. She said people live in the boats. Hm... It'd be cute if they were cafés and restaurants, but they were boats with lights off in the dark, in the rain. It was kind of creepy, haha. Then yes, there were cute bridges and boat cafés and canal side restaurants. It's probably livelier during the day! On the way back, I went grocery shopping ...
Today is more sun than showers still bustling and scary crossing streets. We walk down Oxford Street and see stores like downtown Vancouver The Gap, American Apparel, H&M.... That's it for shopping. The British Museum such an amazing collection. We spend all day brain is mush! The museum is a hive of activity school groups with their parent leader dashing around looking for ...
... s at the British Museum. It was quite a boring museum except for the mummies and the things from ancient Japan.
Asterix had some friends from Israel staying at his place. I talked to one of the women. She is an officer in the army. We had spag bol for ...
... chops twice! Next we took the tube to the British Museum. Of course we spent some time in the Egyptian mummies and afterlife section, finding the mummified sacred bulls and cats quite humorous. In another area a docent allowed us to handle some actual artifacts, and the kids held a 5000 year old stone axe head. We couldn't miss the Rosetta Stone from 196 BC, the key to Egyptian hieroglyphs. The most exciting part was the ...