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... s last letter (and Ian's finally was at Trafalgar - posted 19 October!)
So then a Tube to St James and up to Buckingham Palace to see the Changing of the Guard but couldn't see much for the crowds. We did see the President of Portugal (?) driving up The Mall in a carriage with Horse Guards escort.
Back to the hotel for some lunch and to finish packing Mum's extra clothes for mailing (7pd.15 for 5kg - would have been 8pds per kilo overweight on the airline!)
We caught ...
... great photo op), and learned some wand "moves" through an interactive video tutorial with one of the directors. The magnificent ending of the tour prompted Sam (who was ahead of me throughout the tour) to bring me in, eyes closed, to take it all in at once. They makers of Harry Potter had created a massive model of Hogwarts, lighted beautifully and ever-changing from day to night and back to day again. Truly breathtaking. Harry Potter's tour achieved ...
... to the book, their portrayal of pure love for each other was lost and so did not justify a lot of the context in the story, since their search for each other acts as foundation for several scene's, particularly those involving Eponine. I could tell Rob Houchen was inexperienced and suspected this was his debut. I looked it up afterward, it was. But he did okay.
However, on a more important ...
... settle in the back of my mind. How spontaneous! I could defiantly get use to this. As soon as the alarm went off, bang! we sprung into action. And left the house in a state that was rather quite close to that when we first arrived. We were proud of our handy work. At the Zurich central station Leandra realized she left her credit card on the bed back at the locked apartment. Great. Just what we needed. At that moment we also realized that we forgot to call a certain someone to ...
... the winter solstice. Originally the celebration of Christmas involved a simple mass, but over time Christmas has replaced a number of other holidays in many countries.
8. In England and Wales the chances of a white Christmas are just 1 in 10 whereas its 1 in 6 for Scotland and Northern Ireland.
9. The postcode for Father Christmas is HOH OHO
10. There is a species of snail called Ba Humbugi