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... Ben and some other famous buildings. We stopped at Buckingham Palace where the Queen lives but the flag wasn't out as the Queen was away in Scotland. We then boarded the bus again and after a short time it was discovered that a passenger had been left behind OOPS! We went to lunch at a pub style restaurant which was built under the train line. We had fish and Chips for lunch. We then walked to London ...
... into a garden display, shop and cafe. After this we walked down to the Eye and the dungeons and bought our tickets. We joined the queue (there's always a queue!) and finally boarded the Eye for the 30 minute ride. It certainly gives a panoramic view of London and plenty of opportunity for photos. Following the Eye we were just in time for the The Dungeons. This is a look back in ...
... medicine properties. Lunch was amazing.
Ari still has a fever but went to Westminster
Abby with Howard. It was great. He was very impressed with Charles Darwin's grave. We had an amazing dinner. Portuguese chicken it was very tasty. Tomorrow is the British Museum. We are having a good ...
... Bridge. It’s a really lovely area with most apartment blocks enjoying there own communal private garden.
Back to Kensington high street station and making our way to Kensington Palace and gardens and neighbouring Hyde Park. Just a quick stop at some more shops to buy some warm clothes as we were passing H&M and Marks & Spencer! After lots of walking and seeing lots of sights it was time for a late lunch.
We had lunch at ...
... Hill. Markets were a bit average, but OK.
Then off to Marble Arch to pick up our tickets for The Bodyguard tonight at the
Adelphi Theatre on The Strand (Stacey this is where we saw Chicago, just a fe w
metres from where we stayed when we were in PNG).
we are on the go to Earls Court. Had a beer at Place & Murph’s old local,
The King’s Head.