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... wine house which may or may not have gotten some money off me. It was exceptionally cold today so I am just going to tell you that warm mulled wine is nice and let you decide the fate of my money. I met some lovely stall holders too. One for garlic graters and one for cheese. I will be back for the cheese one because it was beautiful! It all got a bit much for me at one point though and I got a bit teary. I think more the fact that I know I won't ...
... It was very interesting to learn that there are only 37 Yeoman Warders today and it's one in, one out. They live on site at the Tower with their families and you have to have served in the British Army, have a clean record and have been in a leadership role in the Army to qualify. When a vacancy is advertised there are approximately 200 + applicants!
Caleb and Emma were a bit short to appreciate ...
Ever since we accidently bought tickets to Billy Elliot, we have been planning to see Jersey Boys- so finally Carmie and I decided today was the day! We even took Katie along for the ride as she is a huge fan of the show and the music!So first we met up for a few drinks and some food at an Indochina restaurant in theatre district and then we went into the show.
imaginary immigration tax gave up quickly - we stayed in San Ignacio
near the western border. After the semuc Champay caves we were keen for
more and we'd heard the ATM (Actun Tunichil Muknal) caves were well worth it. Less
physically demanding than semuc, the watery caverns involve swimming,
climbing and squeezing through tiny gaps. The caves were well used by
Mayans for sacrificing victims and are full of pottery and skeletons.
... was just that. A mission. Again, no where near the place was the tube station & it was barely marked & I walked right past it! Last checkin time was 5pm. I got there at 4:59 & he only let me in because I had a London Pass. So instead of 3 hours, I had one. I whipped through it all and made it out as they were locking up. It wasn't as remarkable as I was hoping. Not a lot of stuff inside the Palace but old paintings. There were a few cool things like ...