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... on stage and the same holds true here).
Today was busy... A run in Hyde Park; a shopping mission, lunch at Selfridges and then Matilda this afternoon. I was again up in the gods but it's such a great show... And Tim Minchin is a clever clever guy. (My favourite bit is the scene where they're climbing all over the school gates with the alphabet being poked in).
Then back to the hotel; laundromat; dinner... I'm ...
... theme. What better way than to head to Windsor Palace where the queen sometimes heads to for a sneaky weekend away and to use for shin digs banquets and entertaining Bono or whoever else might go.
Once again, the London Pass was a great acquisition, not only for the free train ride out to Windsor but also to fast track ahead of the 100m line up to get in! It's hard not to feel a little smug as you walk past everyone to the front of the line and I'm pretty sure I ...
... tower. We went and explored a few of the tower sections and walked along the bridge walls which has an awesome view of Tower Bridge. We then went into the section which has the Crown Jewels and walked around that. It's crazy that there is just a massive building filled with so much money and such precious stuff. There were heaps of the crowns and all the different sceptres and jewellery. But the thing is it sounds like these things are only used during ...
... the heart of the city, public transport is the best way in getting around London. There are Underground and Overground services which ensures that travelling in and around the city does not have to be a hassle. One day travel cards can be purchased but the most popular way to get around is to use an Oyster card. If you happen to be staying in a hotel that is within a reasonable distance to an attraction or ...
... of winter can be spectacularly beautiful when laced with ice or even a dusting of snow. There’s also the added bonus of quirky Christmas markets too if travelling through Europe in the winter months.
Germany and London are both well renowned for hosting huge outdoor festive markets where handcrafted fares offer the perfect alternative to a commercial high street gift. You could even end your cruise once you ...