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We spent Christmas Eve walking along Regent Street and eating at Jamie Oliver's Diner. The Christmas lights were beautiful and the vibe was exciting and romantic. There were hundreds of people scrambling for last minute Christmas gifts, street performers trying to make a quick buck, merry- go- rounds, gingerbread houses and lots of ...
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There was one more room I went to, with lots of stairs. On the way up I heard a nan say 'I might just put on a dash more cover on my face. What do you think *insert name of grandson here*?'
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... only members of the royal family and the Hereditary Grand Falconer were allowed to ride alongside the Aviary in carriages. Until 1828, all others had to walk (hence the name).
Buckingham Palace opened in 1703 and has served as the official London residence of Britain's sovereigns since 1837 and today is the administrative headquarters of the Monarch. Buckingham Palace has 775 rooms. These include 19 State rooms, 52 Royal and ...
... park, you can easily reach Connaught Village. Connaught Village is fast becoming one of the most fashionable shopping hubs of London. You can shop to your heart’s content from the several shops such as interior designing, flooring shops, art galleries, fashion stores, boutique outlets, coffee suppliers, some of the best restaurants of the city, beauty salons and many more.
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... along the lake. Squirrels came right up to us looking for a handout. A lot of people were there just eating their lunch. We exited the Park and walked down to Parliament Square and Westminster Abbey. You can read about the history of the Abbey here. Westminster Abbey has been the setting for every Coronation since 1066 and you can view the Coronation Chair during your visit.
No pictures are allowed. You are given an audio guide. You view the Memorial to ...