A box of Watson’s memorabilia of Sherlock Holmes has been stolen from his club in Piccadilly. A note left at the scene of the crime tells you that the booty is hidden at the following co-ordinates -
North AB CD.Q(N-Q)E
To turn the letters to numbers, you have to visit a series of London locations suggested by the thief (is the evil Moriarty playing with you?). The virtual caches are independent of each other, so you can visit them in any order. It is possible to complete this in one day, and to do so, we suggest you follow the caches in ascending numerical order to save yourself journey time and costs. However, each cache is chosen to be in an interesting, and hopefully slightly less well-known, area of London - so you may prefer to explore the area around each of them. Bring a guide book!
West HJ GK.P(M-F)E
Cache 4 - I cannot live without brainwork. What else is there to live for?
Like many before him – and I’m sure many after him - the thief seems preoccupied with Royalty. He left a clue in the monarch’s name that is opposite the etching of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle’s motto.
Q = the single digit answer
To claim this as a find, please post (NOT EMAIL as it fills my inbox) a photo of EACH person logging with your GPSr at the location (WITHOUT REVEALING ANY OF THE ANSWERS) AND using the below answers, send a blank email to email@example.com (eg firstname.lastname@example.org). Make sure you include your caching name (eg rodz) as the subject of the mail or your log may be deleted. You will receive a confirmation email (remember to check your spam folder) almost instantly if your answers are correct, at which time you may log your find.