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Hogarth's House into which a dash was made for postcards and a peek around at my request. The initial attraction which brought my husband to this area was a tour of Fuller's Brewery but I've decided to spare you the pictures of conveyor belts carrying kegs, a maze of pipeline, massive vats and transport vehicles.
Ye Olde Cheshire Cheese. The photo above shows the London Aquarium taken during a ride on the London Eye. The view of the city stretching before them was absolutely stunning and R marvelled at just how many people he spied on the banks of the Thames digging for historic treasure and sea glass. An afternoon was also spent admiring the collection at the V&A, with R prodding the holes in the wall near an entrance left by shrapnel during WWII. During a quiet stroll through Hyde Park to get away from the hustle and noise, father and daughter wondered how anyone could sit on a beach and do nothing during a vacation when there are so many interesting things to discover in such a fascinating city. To each his own. But this was most definitely a trip the two of them will remember for a lifetime.
Stay tuned for Part II of 'A Husband Returns' for the aftermath of souvenir shopping for a wife left behind.