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Well, after last nights freezing, wet night, we wake to a sunny - but cold - morning.
Not going to push ourselves today, so have an easy morning, and meander down through Hyde Park to see the changing of the guard at Buckingham Palace at 11:30.
We arrive about 10:45, and the crowds are already 5 deep along the fence, and in the vantage points on the steps of the monument across the road.
We manage to get ...
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We eventually left them to get a bus home (not too far, as we understood), while we came back to our hotel on the underground, which was impressively busy at 10.30 at ...
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... The 8th Earl and Lady Carnarvon who own Highclere Castle have had their home open to the public since 1989. They actually live in another house on the very large estate with their children. The 5th Earl of Carnarvon got interested in Egyptology and was actually the one who discover with his colleage Howard Carter, the Tomb of Tutankhamun. So there are lots of artifacts and information on exhibit in the ...
Today we hopped out of bed as usual then went on the train to Camden and there were cool shops and stuff like that it was a little boring but a little fun we saw heaps of signs saying watch out for pickpockets that kind of freaked me out a little but that sign was meant for Sundays only because on Sundays it is so crowded you can't move but we were there on Monday so it did not matter but we waked past the fish feet thing those fish that eat the dead skin off your feet so ...