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As we got closer to the end of Regent
Street....we were able to cross through a little lane to Picadilly Street where
we knew the parade would be passing through...We spent an enjoyable hour or so
watching the parade....featuring many brass bands...& floats!!!
from there we walked to Picadilly Circus...from this place I (Leanne)
went exploring & shopping on my own to Leicester Square & Covent ...
... but that was only to be expected. But she couldn’t do
anything. She told me to buy some ear drops to soften the earwax so that in a week or so it could be irrigated. No worries.
For dinner we walked off in a new direction – over the canal towards Bethnal Green, I think, and ate at a Mesopotamian restaurant. I had something resembling a lamb pizza, without cheese. A pide, it was called. Hope it catches ...
... liquid items there are no restrictions so I have my own Pharmacy of tablets just in case. Probably around 3 KG for toiletries/medicines.
That just leaves technology which is a lifelong passion of mine and I am also visualising long journeys with nothing to do except read books, watch films, read magazines, listen to music, play video games and occasionally look at the scenery outside. In my normal life I never have enough time for ...
... to few shops and restaurants but the room was the smallest yet. I don't think it even had a full size bed in it and if the suitcases weren't in the cupboard the door wouldn't open. It was ok though, we just went out and grabbed some dinner (subway because its quick and cheap and healthyish) and then pretty much just crashed. Travelling all day is tiring!
On Saturday we already had lots planned already, we got up and the hotel did an English breakfast (eggs, beans, ...
... gardens which feature more than 12.500 roses and 400 varieties, this is the home of London Zoo and the home of 100 species of wild bird.
Each park has its own 'something’ and Greenwich Park is the oldest of the whole parks, it dates back to Roman times and was encircled in 1427, you are able to see the sights tight across the River Thames and St Pauls Cathedral. For a slice of history and a beautiful sight visit Greenwich Park. ...