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... about this trip!
We've often joked about (and been annoyed) that we are only five points short of being able to apply to emigrate, but this is our second summer visiting in a row (their winter!) Right now we feel that we can deal with only being allowed to holiday rather than live and work, I mean there are worse hands to be dealt!
This weekend we have been planning and preparing the Australian section of ...
... and chips. By that time, we were getting ready for the opera! That night we saw Magic Flute! Christine and I promptly went and bought some champagne from the champagne bar! It was great! The opera was pretty good overall. The Pamina was spectacular and I really enjoyed her performance. Papageno was also quite entertaining. After the opera, a few of us went to a steakhouse/bar for drinks. I had my first martini! Then we went home and went to ...
... time was considered one of the most expensive works in granite. The statue faces the Royal Albert Hall, another tribute to the Prince and stands as a shimmering, bronze memorial to his public passions and Queen Victoria’s achievements. If you are interested in more, tours take place at 2pm and 3pm on the first Sunday of the month and there is no need to book.
... reconstructions of times past. I had a great time! Then it was out to Stratford to have a quick look at the Olympic Park which has come a hell of a long way since the endless field of mud and diggers I saw 5 years ago!! The stadium and swimming areas are state of the art and very impressive as are the open public thoroughfare spaces, with the whole area maintaining vibe of success ...
... group size is extensively large, but you will be able to enjoy your walking
tour with Street art London.
in the Broadways: You will be able to visit the Broadway market only on
Saturdays at the foothill of the London Fields Park. Generally a food market,
the place is also filled with some bookstores and vintage shops. The market has
got to offer a plethora of products ranging from local fruits to Indian