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... 2300 paintings from the 13th Century to the 20th Century, including the works by world famous artists such as: Botticelli, Leonardo da Vinci, Rembrandt, Renoir, Turner, and Van Gogh. Best of all, admission to the gallery is free!
National Portrait Gallery- Also in Trafalgar Square, the National Portrait Gallery holds the world’s ...
... playing... It really is a slap for all your senses. The m&m characters from the ads (and then some) are around the store, posing in stereotypical British scenes, such as a beefeater or crossing the abbey road like the Beatles. You can buy everything from clothing - clothes for children, to pyjamas, beach wear, T-shirts, even golfing clothes. They also have drink bottles and kitchen wear, to bedding, souvenirs and keychains. The amount of stuff they have printed with the ...
... keep us happy.
We sit and talk, eat, laugh and generally while the day away enjoying each other's company. Mark's parents and Sister visit during the day so, at times, there is a substantial crowd in the kitchen. After dinner and a clean up we take a walk around the local park to give our tummies time to settle and digest. Its cold outside with the walk clearing our heads of the many glasses of champagne.
Back to the house and its time for the adult secret Santa presents to ...
... see it lite up at night. The palace was beautiful. We sat and rested and of course took advantage of a photo opt. We wandered over to Westminster Abbey. London is so different at night, the crowds from the day are gone and the buildings are lite beautifully. While admiring Westminster, a roller skating rave rolled by - there was probably 100 ppl on roller skates and music with police escort. After two days of not being able to ...
... we drive to their home in Priston -near -Bath, Somerset, some 150 miles SW of London on a very cold 12 degree day with fine drizzle through verdant soft green countryside and lots of lovely stone villages and stop en route at the 5000 yr old Aylesbury circle similar to but larger than Stonehenge; and the Whitehorse prehistoric image in chalk stone on the bright green hills; and burial mounds. An ancient landscape and some wondeful ...