If we're lucky, they walled up JK in there.
The luggage cart disappearing into the wall is the coup de grace.
Darn, somebody already snapped up the strip! This strip is me when I went to London this summer with a friend - the one thing I *really* wanted to see was platform 9 3/4! Because of renos it was moved to the space between platforms 10 and 11 :D
And there is a statue of Paddington Bear at Paddington Station. I like that the statue is nude as would have been easy to forget he didn't have his duffel coat when he arrived there from deepest Peru.
I love that Sheldon and Arthur are so excited that they started talking like Flaco.
(This was kind of like me the first time I went to London. I didn't care about Paddington, and it was way before J.K.Rowling, but I couldn't believe I was actually walking down Baker Street.)
I don't think that the cart is going to stop the more determined sugar-fuelled child from concussing themselves on that wall. Just an observation from having interacted with children. If anything, I think it would likely inspire them to try HARDER.
Awesome. I loved the rising excitement, culminating in a squee chorus, and Flaco's little arms vibrating madly. :)
Technically you're spot on. We are supposed to go clockwise around roundabouts. HOWEVER... taxi drivers are renowned tossers and think they own the road, and I can easily see one going whatever way they like around a roundabout. I've actually seen some who drive straight over mini roundabouts.
Because of renos it was moved to the space between platforms 10 and 11 :DSomehow I fail to see a problem with this.
Also: damn you for your signature!