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... about our time in London with Stacey, Brett, William, Thomas and Hayley as we drove through the city. We had no trouble parking about 100m from the entrance to the museum - free on Saturday. The Museum also has free entry so today looked like a real bargain.
The Museum was opened in June, 1920 by King George V. At the time he stated "We cannot say with what eyes posterity will regard this Museum nor what ideas it will rouse in their minds." The ...
... out very fresh but soon turned into 30 degrees..fancy getting sunburnt in England ! There were so many things we saw and places, it was just like travelling the Monopoly Board. I am bound to get RSI on my camera clicking digit. We hopped off the bus at Marble Arch and got on the red route bus as they had a guide...much better than listening through earplugs.. Next stop was The Tower of London... We had to pay 50p to use the ...
... meeting up with Mam for dinner at the local Lebanese restaurant and some much needed catch ups. Wednesday was again a quiet day around west London, catching up with Analise and Krista for lunch before heading back to the hostel to sort some things out and have an early night ahead of collecting the parentals from the airport the next morning. A relaxing few days in London after the madness of Spain. Now it's time for some more UK adventures with the Baker ...
... walk away so off we went to find it, then waited until we got to board.
We were flying on a Singapore Airlines A380, but were in the second section of the main deck much to the girls disappointment. We were behind an exit row over the wing so not so much legroom this trip. Tessa got a bit of a view of downtown London and the night lights as we flew out, but found it hard taking photos through ...
... you head back to the centre of London. You could visit Cutty Sark, wander down to the markets or simply relax waterside at one of the many quaint pubs which line the River Thames.
Madame Tussauds, London is a must visit attraction for any movie fan. Whilst not technically a film location, this is the ideal opportunity to get up close and personal with some ...