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... of the guards, seeing the palace, statues, and royal mall was still amazing. Surprisingly, the palace really isn't as big as you might think, but it is still very impressive. We then walked down the royal mall, saw some more sights, and ended our evening in front of Big Ben.
The next day we got on a coach from Victoria station and headed to Oxford. Once at Oxford we took a free walking tour to see some of the main sights. I didn't know much about Oxford other than ...
This morning we went for an icy but gloriously blue skied stroll through the Highgate Cemetery which is an enormous sprawling place overrun with vines and chock full of graves with a heck of a lot of history. We saw the graves of Karl Marx, Sydney Nolan, Douglas Adams (author of Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy, whose grave had a ceramic pot full of pens left behind by visitors and fans), two young Australian soldiers who died in early 1919 having never ...
... about restoration patterns for Brompton Cemetery Keep these royal parks in intelligence the next time you discover yourself booking a stay in London hotel. This city will establish to be a much more happy experience if you understand where to go from the city jungle and breathe a little clean air infrequently.
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... who had been marooned upstairs as Steph & Simons cleaner had inadvertently put the downstairs alarm on when she left that morning & he didn't know the code to turn it off. Max & I had unfortunately left our phone at home when we left so he hadn't been able to contact us to tell us of his dilemma. But after a feed he went back to his sick bed for the rest of the afternoon & Max & I relaxed. It was going to be our last sleep in dear old London town! ...
... packing. Another aspect of planning for your trip is to make a check list of all necessary documents and other items that you must carry such as valid passports, identity proofs, valid visas if necessary, camera, guide books and essential medicines. If travelling with your family you will need to carry some games and other entertainment equipment so that you can spend some quality time with your kids.
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