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Travel Blogs from London
Today we went on a tour of The Royal Mews, The Queens Gallery and to cap it of The State Rooms in Buckingham Palace. To anybody who is not aware Elly is a bit of a royalist so today was a big highlight for her. It was a great tour and quite mind blowing with regards to the design and construction of The Castle considering how many years ago it was built. ...
... red pepper, and zucchini all julienned and tossed together in a basil and tofu pesto, all topped with whole almonds, adding an extra crunch to it all - the plate ressembling at first glance some sort of pad thai. Crisp and fresh and yummy! A delicious cocktail accompanies it all, ginger beer and lemon mixed with a generous amount of organic rum. And lest i start feeling too proud about the uncharateristic sensibility and healthiness of the meal, i top it off with a piece of ...
... around the actual artifacts found on site, interactive media, costumed docents and hands on experiences. The boys were able to handle various reproduction viking tools and had a viking coin made. They also checked out the skeletons that had evidence of various injuries. Overall a great visit.
Not enough time though for a visit to the York Minster cathedral as we simply would be too rushed before our train. We will ...
... the British shortcomings, let me
add that there are of very few garbage cans. Several times I had to hold onto a handful of trash for
nearly an hour before I could deposit it.
This was very strange, especially since when looking around there was
very little of a litter problem to speak of. Obviously, they do a better job with this dilemma then we do
in our culture. I sure wish we would
learn a little more control from these people.
... missing people and we began making our way to our next stop, Stratford the birthplace of Shakespear.
Stratford was a lovely little town, but apart from having had Shakespear born there, there was nothing else to really see or do. Once there we were able to take a detour inside Shakespears house. From the outside the house looked pretty small but as it later turned out there were more pieces to the house that what we could see.
All the rooms inside the house ...