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... coffee under a different name- this time he was 'Saun', how many more names can these Starbucks employees come up with? Again we saw all of the famous sites around London: The Tower Bridge, Big Ben (which has apparently recently been renamed Elizabeth tower), The London eye and so on. Even though it was great seeing these historical landmarks, I thought the city was not a very pretty city and is also quite dirty (especially the Thames). In ...
... that, Queen Mary, widow of King George V moved there in 1936 until her death in1953.
Queen Elizabeth II designated Marlborough at the disposal of the United Kingdom Government as a Commonwealth center. Today it is used by the Commonwealth consisting of 53 independent countries for conferences and summit meetings.
Our tour concluded with a special visit to the cemetery for the four legged occupants of Marlborough ...
... It was raining harder when left for lunch at the Cote Bistro, a cozy "Frenchish" restaurant recommended by Phil, the concierge and by the time we had finished eating and were heading for the tube, the rain had become a serious downpour.
Bob had made reservations online for the millennium London Eye, a huge Ferris wheel offering panoramic views of the city, that along with Big Ben and red double decker ...
... I did that. I hadn't told anyone back home yet. About this. I couldn't. This is my fantasy come to life and I greedily licked it up with no thought for the outside world. After the play, the guy I sat next to said he is going to the stage door where the actors come out. I said I'm coming with you. You can be my camera man. We waited but security told us he had 7 guests with him and left via a diff entrance. Stupid guests!!! Taxi ride home best sleep ever xxxxxx happy happy ...
A later morning, with crepes for breakfast, which was different and a little exciting to cook, using a wooden took to spread out the crepe, mine being the most circular of the morning.