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Re: What's a sailor to do in London?

Originally Posted by paul323 View Post
just scratching the surface....
Not even. More like the faintest whisper. Don't forget the air museum in Hendon - it's a train ride but has an amazing collection of WWII aircraft.

The Tate gallery - absolutely astounding collection of Turners and some of the most famous works of other artists - they had Picasso's "Nude Descending Staircase" hung at the landing of a main staircase.

Any of the museums listed could use up your whole trip. Just a slow walk through the models at the Maritime Museum takes hours. Just a decent visit to the highlights of London would take months of full time touring - it's an amazing city.

Then you can start on the rest of the country.
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