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... There are also a number of supermarkets dotted around the city that offers meal deals that are cheap and filling.
There is a reason as to why London is so popular. The theatre shows, stunning architecture, shops, history and culture make the capital a diverse place that can appeal to a wide spectrum of people. London is not just for those who have much money to spend. When planned properly, London can be more inexpensive then you think.
... walked back down the other side of the street, looking at the stalls, and back to the car.
The Navman still isn't working so we head back to the flat so Meg can get the directions on Google Maps to the Humphrey's house.
Their children were school friends of Dan and Tess and they moved over last September with their 7 kids for a new job and new life in England.
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... try out in this amazing wonderland.
Younger kids can take pleasure in gentle activities like helter skelters, carousels, and funhouses. Grown Ups over and above adults, in the meantime, will adore the adrenaline-fuelled rollercoaster’s. For something extra serene, take a place on the observation wheel for a trip 60 minutes above London, providing stunning views of the town’s skyline. There are many other attractions close to ...
... during WWII. There is a 6 foot deep roof of concrete and iron to prevent damage from bombs. Numerous military and civilian personnel worked and slept here during the war and planned numerous missions. Churchill only slept there for 3 nights as he preferred to be upstairs with the people. We also went to the Churchill Museum which was very interesting. We then walked towards Downing Street via the guards courtyard not ...
... our own house in Leichhardt.
Some of the more esoteric displays were on ironwork something you wouldn’t expect to see in a gallery, but they were beautifully designed and made.
Some of the furniture on display was worth hundreds of thousands of dollars, such as a workstation designed by Frank Lloyd Wright, which was displayed next to a bent wood chair, which was manufactured in ...