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... for lunch at a pub and heard three Beatles songs...yeah, must be in London. The museums here are great, as they're all mostly free so you don't feel bad about going in for just one or two exhibits. I went to the British Museum just to see the Egyptian exhibit. I'm surprised by how many artifacts are here rather than in Egypt, and I wouldn't be surprised if some Egyptians soured on the British because of this. The exhibit was impressive, lots of gold artifacts and ...
... build out - build up! More on that later! We were greeted with some hors d'oeuvres and a cocktail. My kind of party! Later we decided to take a walk around our area. Vinnie stayed in the room... Vinnie: yeah yeah, walk schmalk! I got the remote and the ...
... are, on the other hand, seven other parks in the capital that you can stopover as well as spend some time in. Below are the things you can do this autumn in the Royal Parks of London:
- - Prepare pizzas at the Harvest Festival at Regent's Park
- · Do bird watching at Richmond Park
- · Stopover at the Fields of Battle Display at St James's Park
... of London. The Whispering gallery was just what it was supposed to be. The acoustics are intriguing and fascinating. All those stairs was enough to stimulate a thirst and hunger in anyone so we headed down to the cafe in the crypt of the cathedral. The lunch was simple but tasty and nutritiuos - roast chicken seasoned with herbs, small new potatoes and a choice of salad.
From St Pauls we walked to Mansion House tube and made our way to the Tower of London. Similarly ...
We took the Tube back to Hounslow, Terminal 5, to pick up our Sixt manual unleaded. Fortunately, they only had a Fiat 500L automatic manual turbo diesel was available. We learned quickly that minding our lanes (and side of the road) was a bit of a challenge.
Our first stop was in the Cotswolds, where we walked ...