Laundry day, and Navy ships
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Today is laundry day. The staff at the front desk has told me that there was a laundrymat a few minutes walk away. So off we went. Maybe they don’t understand what I am asking for…all we could find were dry cleaners. I talked the owner of one of the dry cleaners into doing laundry for us. It cost me about 5 pounds more than it would have if I had done it myself…but it also freed us up to go explore.
So we decided to walk over to the HMS Belfast. This is a cruiser that is part of the
I set a time limit on our visit to the HMS Belfast. Today was suppose to be the day I finally get a chance to see the inside of the
After torturing the boys with more pictures around the church, the boys talked me into returning to Hamlys (the toy store we visited last week). We started off for a tube station, but then decided it would be more fun to take a double decker bus. We where hoping that we would end up on one of the Roadmaster buses (these are the old time double deckers) but the line that was running from where we were we wanted to go was one of the newer double decker buses. Still fun, but not the same. It took about 25 minutes to get there, but we finally did.
If it was at all possible, it was even more of a zoo this afternoon than it was the last time. Way to many kids!!! The boys found what they wanted and we left. The boys said they were done for the day so we came back to the hotel. I have decided to make the boys figure out how to get to the places we want to go. Bobby is really picking up the knack of finding the tube station we need to get to, and then figuring out the route to get there. I am proud of him.