Oscar went away with school for a week so mum and I decided to have a day of sightseeing in London. Train tickets booked and a few ideas of things we would like to see and off we went.
We left Liverpool, in warm sunshine and arrived in a cold, windy London a little over two hours later.
Our first port of call was the British museum for a brief stop and look at the Egyptian collection and the Rosetta stone.
What an amazing shaped building too. I will be returning to explore more inside here.
Next was the National portrait gallery, a favourite place with stunning art work.
Simply beautiful, then a quick stop for coffee in the crypt at St Martins in the field church. A walk down through Covent Garden and the theatre district, then on to Chinatown for some Dim sum.
Then it was time to start making our way back towards the train station, with tired legs but it was a fun, busy day.
Sorry for the lack of posts but things have been a bit busy. I finished work, so decided to re-decorate my bedroom.
My mum went away so I put Oscar into her room and moved some of my furniture into his to make painting easier. I bought some new wallpaper for the chimney breast wall.
After trying a few tester pots, pale green was the best colour for both the wallpaper and bedding.
The painting was a nightmare, firstly the lilac underneath shone through the first and second coats, then when going to buy another tin of paint my car broke down and I had to be rescued
and buy a new battery for the car. So three days of painting and 2 tins of paint later it was finished, and looks much better and brighter. It also gave me the opportunity to have a clear out of pictures, ornaments and general junk I’ve kept just because.
I also decided to move the bed and some of the furniture, although I would like some new furniture eventually.