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... about WWII and the life of Winston Churchill.
After the museum we went back over the river to the London Dungeons. The girls enjoyed the London Dungeons and couldn't believe how fast their time flew. A great show consisting of many actors who acted out and gave a great history insight on executions, torture, plague, Guy Fawkes, Jack the Ripper and many more gruesome times in history. Lot's of fun, but certainly not for small children.
... Tower. The first stop had some basic history about the Tower which was helpful, but the girls couldn't face an hour long tour so we did our own thing. We saw some of the older royal crowns but the girls were disappointed as many of them have had the stones removed or have glass ones instead. The queue to see the actual Crown Jewels was over half an hour so we gave that a miss and the girls weren't interested in the torture section either.
... interesting and beautiful. I also enjoyed having an audio guide to get a little background on all the places we passed.
Some of the places we drove by included...
- Victoria: We started at Victoria station, which happened to be right across from where Wicked was playing! I got a nice picture of the large theater front advertising the play.
- Marble Arch
- Mayfair area
- Grosvenor Square: Also referred to as ...
London is divided into two. There is the City of Westminster which is the one we all know from tourist brochures. Showing Tower bridge, Buckingham Palace, The famous West end with Oxford and Regent Street and so much more. But there is another. It's called the City of London and this is where all the financial transactions take place. It has an area of just one square mile (not really big at all), and is colloquially know as the square mile to people who ...
... were astonished at the amount of meat that was consumed by courtiers and that the kitchen wood fire ovens went 24/7.
We went around King Henry's State Apartments and heard all about his wives. We also saw a replica of his crown.
We had lunch in the Privy Kitchen before tackling the maze, just as Fi and I did in 1991. This time we did not get as lost! Jason and Zoe-team A- raced George and I -team B - to the middle. Team A won but only because they found an ...