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... So I told them it was probably break up drinks. And his response was amazing. "Why would you go out for drinks to break up? The last time I broke up with someone, I just sat at home and ate pizza." Yes sir, you are my hero. Everyone knows the age limit for drinking is 18. You cannot access alcohol unless you prove you are or are clearly older. Unless you are from Europe and you decide it is a good idea to give your 14 yo alcohol. That ended as soon as I saw it, ...
... Potter. Pictures taken and a zip through the gift shop, we were back on the way to Kensington Palace.
At the Palace where Queen Victoria grew up as a child, we actually missed the front entrance and façade of the palace and found ourselves out the back. It was now that late that we had missed admission and the palace was closing. Sneaking in the café and into the gift shop...technically we were at Kensington Palace...we had to buy a magnet as proof. ...
... Harrods. Harrods feels like it could be a museum with its incredible selection of high end selection of everything you could ever need – Louis Vuitton purse perhaps? Or chocolate with hints of tea? Or maybe some avocados or seafood? They have it all! That wouldn’t be too shabby of a place to be stranded in if for some reason you ended up stranded somewhere! After seeing such a wide selection of foods we started getting ready for a ...
... trapeze routine I have ever seen.
top of this, they have a way of gripping the audience and taking them
on a string of journeys. Twisting your emotions from laughter to
sadness, loneliness and reunion, the cast of Sequence 8 make people
a small troupe, Sequence 8 have done a superb job of bringing the
audience to the front row, engaging them and making them feel wanted
... left for London. The trains are very busy at this time. We checked out Piccadilly and found a spot in the grass to watch the Shakespeare fountain. M & M world was near by so we went and checked that out then headed to a Chinese Buffett. It was pretty tastey but as always, I are too much. Chinese food tastes the same as the stuff in Canada except no chicken balls. After supper the sun was starting to set so we went to Buckingham ...