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... people are remember who have sacrificed their life to save others. The memorial in a small park called Postman's Park, near Little Britain. What a thoughtful place. No trumpets or heralds, just an enamel plaque stating how the person lost their life saving another. The ambience of the park and memorial was lessened with the sea of smokers who inhabit London open spaces. After a walk around the little memorial we continued to the Museum of London. ...
... he has a key safe and has given me the code. I go to catch the 91 bus to Crouch End - ask an information guy in the station where to catch it and he assumes I want to go to Trafalgar Square so sends me to the wrong side of the road. Bus turns up and he confirms that I should really be on the other side of the road!! Bus comes and the driver has no idea what I am talking about when I ask if he can tell me when we get to stop K. Seems the ...
... I was pleased to discover the large £1 fans I had bought in Shanghai for sale here at £4.
The Flight was uneventful - Food, Films and some sleep. I struggled to find something interesting to watch on the in flight system and watched the LEGO movie, which was okay if a bit cheesy.
Once we arrived at London, we travelled through the bowels of Heathrow. Down and back up and along lots of electric walkways and long escalators. At customs, ...
... of hours soaking up all the history and majesty of this beautiful structure - St Paul's Cathedral. It was first built in 604AD, then burnt down, then re-built, then burnt down again, until Sir Christopher Wren built the present structure of beauty, dedicated for daily worship, some 1400 years ago.
We were so enthralled by all the exquisite detail throughout the cathedral and had a bit of a stiff neck from gazing upward for so long at all the ...
... It was here where Prince William and Princess Katherine were married. They had a great activity trail for the girls to follow. One of the priests took the girls and sat them where the choir boys sit. Then took them to the exact place, when if there is an official service at the Abbey, a representative from Australia sits. The girls all took turns to sit there. It has the Australian Emblem and name on it. It was really special as they have it ...