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... section which was all about A selection Native American peoples. A trip through King George III's personal library brought us to the mummies of Ancient Egypt (this had to be a stop because you can't see them in Egypt now can you). If Teresa and I have time we look forward to going back to see the lost art of Mali and Lagos. Our day ended at an exhibit of amusement and history, The London Dungeon. A two hour historical ...
... Today is Wednesday and we started off the day with some badminton with Jage and his mate James Cannon. Lots of fun. When we got home I realised that we had just missed our train to Bristol. Damn DAmn DAMn DAMN!! Our first cock up for the trip.we were going to stay in a hostel at Bristol and catch up with Marty's brother Simon but now we will leave Brighton Brighton early tomorrow (pun intended) bu dum chhhh. And get to Bristol just in time to board a plane to Edinburgh. Onwards and ...
... a nap, intending to head out into the city itself in the evening. Instead, I slept straight through the alarm and didn't wake up til 11:30pm. D'oh! I was only up for an hour or so before crashing again and waking up at 6:30 this morning. Hopefully that gets it all out of my system and I can actually get a lot more done today!
So, all in all, not a particularly interesting blog to read I'm afraid - most of the museum exhibits are better experienced in person anyway!
... relaxed or cycling or just idling with friends.
Regent Park: Designed in 1811 and is a 166 hectares land. Facilities of playing football, softball, outdoor James are available. Wild bird species like water fowl are found here. We also find the famous Open air theatre here.
Richmond Park: this is the royal park and a home to free roaming deer's. There are about 650 free roaming deer’s in the park, two golf courses and also ...
... falcons and hawks. For 200 years, only members of the royal family and the Hereditary Grand Falconer were allowed to ride alongside the Aviary in carriages. Until 1828, all others had to walk (hence the name).
Buckingham Palace opened in 1703 and has served as the official London residence of Britain's sovereigns since 1837 and today is the administrative headquarters of the Monarch. Buckingham Palace has 775 rooms. These include 19 ...