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Rafterman

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#1 15 years ago

I'm flying to London tomorrow for a week on business. Any suggestions for military museums. I'm particularly interested in anything about the Blitz or the Battle of Britain in general.

Thanks.




perry07

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#2 15 years ago

enjoy your trip over there! ask people if they'd fancy some crumpets and tea ;)




StrangerThanFiction

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#3 15 years ago
RaftermanI'm flying to London tomorrow for a week on business. Any suggestions for military museums. I'm particularly interested in anything about the Blitz or the Battle of Britain in general. Thanks.

Try the Imperial War Museum, its pretty interesting: http://www.iwm.org.uk/




Borussia Long_po

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#4 15 years ago

Yeah ive been there its really cool BIG too leave early.




Tim nice but dim

mmmmmm doughnuts

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#5 15 years ago
Borussia Long_poYeah ive been there its really cool BIG too leave early.

Have you been on the HMS Belfast? It's quite easy to get lost in there:) http://www.iwm.org.uk/belfast/index.htm

Oh I know! Try the RAF museum in Hendon, it has a Battle of Britain section with He 111, Ju 87, Spitfires and others. :nodding: Oh and if you do go there look out for the section showing the daily life, some of the exhibition dummies are hilariously unrealistic

http://www.rafmuseum.org.uk/hendon/index.cfm

or for a bit of fun visit the London Dungeons ;)

(oh and don't worry, there's plenty of tea and crumpets for all)




Rafterman

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#6 15 years ago

Thanks for the tips. I'll check them out.




Big {Daddy}

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#7 15 years ago

We like a nice bit of crumpet in good ole Blighty




Akula971

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#8 15 years ago

I prefer Fondant Fancies with my Tea. Or in the afternoon for High tea (1600hrs) some scones, cream and strawberries




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#9 15 years ago

I prefer a nice cup of coffee in the morning around 14:00 and/or 16:00 and/or 20:00 with a nice cookie, cake, "stroopwaffel" or some little snack. I ofcourse drink europinian coffee, the american coffee just doesn't taste very good. a nice cup of thea is sweet sometimes (in the morning or around 12:00) but nothing beats coffee. PS: I'm not British but Dutch, but that doesn't really matterm does it? *runs off to get some coffee*




Odessa

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Großadmiral DönitzI prefer a nice cup of coffee in the morning around 14:00 and/or 16:00 and/or 20:00 with a nice cookie, cake, "stroopwaffel" or some little snack. I ofcourse drink europinian coffee, the american coffee just doesn't taste very good. a nice cup of thea is sweet sometimes (in the morning or around 12:00) but nothing beats coffee. PS: I'm not British but Dutch, but that doesn't really matterm does it? *runs off to get some coffee*

Uhm.....can you say "military museums?".:p




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