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... up three books. Then Alex found a book. Then Teresa bought two books. It was like Pollyanna sparked the economic turn-around of Summer 2015! One book is called "Scout, Atticus and Boo, A Celebration of To Kill AMockingbird". I'm very excited to read others perspectives and affect the book had on them. At the British Museum we saw first the Dumb-Dumb Gum-Gum Easter Island stone guy. Then headed into the North ...
... to see JJ (our ex housemate). Has been great to catch up with him as we never got a good goodbye. He is living with his parents at the moment so we have been able to bunk in the spare room. Had a look around Brighton... It's a beautiful town. It's pretty chilly here but you can tell it would be lots of fun in the 'summer' time. We came home and had some very tasty homemade lasagne and salad made by Jane (JJ's mum), a bottle of wine and then we headed to the corner pub for ...
... have a new gallery that's all about the Information Age, which was fascinating - tracing the roots of some of the technology that we take for granted. They had on display the computer that Sir Tim Berners-Lee used to create the World Wide Web, back in 1990. The Science Museum is also home to the Apollo 10 Command Module, one of few on loan outside the USA.
It was as I was finishing up at the Science Museum that I could feel myself start to crash. I headed back to the ...
... a place from where there are many easy routes to reach the tourist destinations. Any public transportation will makes it easier for visitors and travellers to find the hotel. Fully Catered London Accommodation best suits the need.
Few important and exciting parks in London:
Hyde Park: Best loved park in London this park is centrally located and can be reached easily. This is famous for its meadows and lakes and also garden. People ...
... we couldn't get out of quicker enough - felt so claustrophobic - only went in for a Harrods bag which took some searching to find and got out of there. Lots of sights taken in today :)
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Birdcage Walk is a street in the City of Westminster. Running along the southern length of St. James's Park, Birdcage Walk marks the former site of the Royal Aviary, built by James I in the early 17th century to house the ...