Mina House Hotel
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... home to Australia after WWI, and a lot of very interesting general graves of everyday people who died hundreds of years ago. Walking to the cemetery we saw a large pond with the top still frozen over, and ducks ice skating on top instead of swimming! Their big feet meant they did a lot better than the seagulls and pigeons also having a go. Being such a clear day I also came to notice how many planes are in the sky over London at any given time, with ...
... d have to see it to understand. There's just something about them that pulls you into their music and you have to jump around. Especially when they start playing Freakshow!
The Defiled. It's weird how much changed in a week. Last Thursday I couldn't care about about them, this week I'm ******* excited to see them play again. The crowed loved them and they obviously really enjoyed the show. I almost caught a drumstick. I wish I was a bit taller, ...
... used to make Death Masks. A death mask is made when someone dies, they cut the head off and then she would take a mould of the head to make the mask. There were some Death Masks on display, one of them was 200 years old!!
The last figure she ever made of was herself just before she died. Caleb and I had a photo taken with Madam Tussard.
There was a ride called London through the Ages, we sat in the back of a Black ...
... Hammersmith Area where we are staying, and popped into another pub and had a meal. Then I was off home and as I was going up the driveway deep in thought - out from nowhere sprung Kate and John - scaring the daylights out of me.
After a chat about our activities today and planning tomorrow -I left to watch the opening of the Commonwealth Games and work on the blog. Then off to bed and a new day with Jackie joining me. Hooray
I spent the better part of the today resting at the hotel. Much needed, I gather. Moving around seemed unappealing in every way. A quick mid-day walk to get some fresh air broke up my sloth-like activities. Honestly though, I'm glad to be resting here. In the room, I lay on the bench by the window. It overlooks the city. With the breeze at my feet and the sun on my face, it's hard to complain. The family spent the ...