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1998 Mystery of History – Day 7

Friday – Athens & beyond – two tragic tourists Have-a-Chat Awake early and enjoy a lovely breakfast – a combination of hot bacon, tomatoes, mushrooms, continental pastries, toast and coffee – everything that is low calorie!

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1998 Mystery of History – Day 6

London to Athens – fishing in the Plaka and the one’s that got away! Thursday – up early and Kylie has arranged for another ‘private’ car to pick us up and take us to the airport. Check tickets, passports, camera, film etc. etc – the usual airport tango and we head off to Heathrow for […]

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1998 Mystery of History – Day 5

London – beefeaters – beheadings and bridges Wednesday – today I am off to the Tower of London.  Get out the train map and work out how to get there – on the train at Kilburn – change at Westminster and get the train to Tower Hill.  I am getting to be an expert at this. 

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1998 Mystery of History – Day 4

London – toads and clowns Tuesday – today is a day of rest as I know that I need to be wide awake to enjoy the night. 

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1998 Mystery of History – Day 3

Monday – London – a mouse with a phone caught in a trap Wake up at about 8.30am after about 25 hours sleep – the dreaded jet lag has hit. Kylie has gone to work so I just amble around the flat for a while and get some breakfast – toast & coffee and will […]

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