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... is meant to look spectacular at night lit up but I didn't manage to get back for this.
Needless to say, I did not realise that there would be around 2-3000 people waiting for the changing of the guard seeing as it was a Sunday, hence viewing was not as easy as it could have been. I found out later that it's a busier day so the hot tip is to steer clear or get there really early.
From Buckingham palace, I thought it was only fitting that I keep up with ...
... Keith, as he's known,gave us a quick brief on tomorrow's happenings so looks like an early start. After our check in to our room Greg was quick to get started on our whereabouts. Couldn't believe that we were so or so close to oxford street. First stop to buy a pair of runners for my poor feet. Hope they survive a couple more months. Unfortunately the photos I took of Marble Arch were on the little camera so can't download them yet to iPad. And forgot ...
... families owned so that people could be buried together.
Some of the interesting tombs we saw / met included :
Coloeir outbreak in soho
Adam worth - Henry j Raymond, the Napoleon of crime
The doctor who did the first surgery under anesthetiser
Michael faraday - quote about tax
I had a great time and would recommend it if you've some free time in London and not sure what to ...
... writers as diverse as Shakespeare and CS Lewis are remembered. We finished our tour of Westminster with a walk through the garden, and then started walking toward the Thames.
After fighting through the crowds of tourists taking pictures of Big Ben we finally crossed the river and walked into Southwark. I had reserved tickets for the three of us to see King Lear at the Rose Playhouse- the old theatre that was the Globe's rival ...
Another lovely day in London. We had a presentation on the European Union by Mr. John White. It was interesting, and more historically oriented, which I liked. Did you know, for instance, the basic infrastructure of the London Metro's underground were originally WWII bomb shelters? Then our real adventure of the day was a trip to the British Museum. It was bigger and grander than I could ever imagine, featuring collections from every civilization in ...