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Today was the first day of my tour, thankfully the weather was exceptional for my activity. I had booked a cruise on the Thames River, which took me all over the city to see the top destinations such as, London Bridge and Westminster.
I took a short walk down to the harbour, where I jumped on the Thames River Cruise. The booking was for the whole day were I was able ...
... Westminster Abbey, Buckingham Palace, London eye.
The next day can be a bit more cultural day with your desire of travelling to Victoria and Albert Museum, Laduree, Tate Modern, Shakespeare’s Globe. The third sunrise in the city of London will make you feel a lot more accustomed with the ways in which things work over here and it is the right time to grab a seat at one of the west End Theaters for catching a show, musical concert, etc.
... We went to Piccadilly Circus and found out we had forgotten that today is international Zombie Day – how could I forget that! There were many hundreds of happy zombies enjoying a London afternoon in spite of their apparent horrific injuries; some appeared to be inspired by the television series the Walking Dead. We walked through the crowds of the theatre district – and I’ve started to compile my list of must-sees whilst ...
... and games in the amusement rooms on the pier. It was late in the Afternoon by now and we only had time to swing past the Pavillion, which has an interesting genesis that goes back to the prince regent who had some exotic and extravagant tastes in architecture and decor. The outside of the pavilion is Indian while the interior is in colourful Chinese reds and yellows.
our evening ended with a beautifully done lasagne that Julie cooked, the first real meal in a week so far.
... first class. And pooh to Saatchi!
Evening we went to a wonderful concert, The Academy of Ancient Music with our Bath friends, Clare and Niels (Clare is the daughter of my darling late mother's first true Australian friend in the early days of my parents' migration to Australia in 1938 and became mums first 'adopted' daughter after the untimely death of her mother, Ess- hence we have some sort of special connection apropos of ...