No. Ten Manchester Street
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... bathroom! Got a few hours sleep, watched a few movies. Didn't have a decent view until we left Abu Dhabi because it was dark. But once we started flying over mainland Europe...wow. It was so beautiful! Of course I had to take some pictures...
... dignitaries from the realm of religion and the military while she lives most of the time in Buckingham Palace (comparable to the Forbidden City in China). Windsor Castle suffered a serious fire and the restoration was very costly. Yet the Queen did not use the money from the taxpayers, instead she opened Buckingham Palace for people to visit and collected the admission and souvenirs income to support their family. With regard to the discovery of petroleum under Windsor Castle, ...
... the dinosaur wing is closed for cleaning, which doesn't make sense to me, they don't eat or excrement anything, they should always be clean! The Natural History Museum looks amazing from the outside, I have no idea what purpose it originally served, it'd be a safe bet to assume it was a school of magic though. Being free entry is also a massive plus, in fact the whole experience is very enjoyable.
The main entry hall houses the remains of a Diplodocus. It's impressive to ...
So most people would have a quiet night in before starting on an 11 night European tour, but not my new Contiki grouo.
About 20 or so of us decided it would be a good idea to head out into London, not our smartest idea but damn was it fun.
We went out to a beer place in West End, ending up at the Roadhouse in Covent Garden for Rockeoke!
Ended up getting a bike taxi back to the hotel with a couple of others and to bed ready for the beginning of a new adventure.
... and we'd hate to be there in the bluster of winter.
We arrived back in London at about 7.30 pm, exhilarated by what we'd seen, but frustrated by the all too fleeting glimpses of each site. We will need to take another day trip to Windsor to see the whole castle and the town - perhaps we will wait till Elizabeth invites us to one of her soirées? We also need to spend a few night in the Cotswolds and Bath to soak up the experience.