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... Palace and see the exhibits in its museum and various other historic items. A leisure stay at Paddington Court London Hotel can own you the comforts and relaxation you want, once the sightseeing is done.
You can plan to spend a day seeing some of the museums such as the British Museum and National History Museum in the morning and then after lunch you can plan to go to the West End and see one of the theatrical or musical performances.
... part for her third show).
The live orchestra was conducted by John Wayne himself which was pretty cool! And Brian McFadden was also in it, as well as a holographic Liam Neeson.
The giant Aliens were awesome (and must be such a pain to pack up every. Single. Night. They joys of being on Tour I suppose).
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... still life, which featured a German verge watch and the components were readily identifiable in the detail. The most interesting paintings were sometimes many hundreds of years old, displaying and details of domestic life. I don’t know if we are missing our daughter but we both saw drawings and paintings were we saw likeness to Maddy. We finished at the gallery at six o’clock and caught the train back to home. Tomorrow Portobello Road ...
... 1Tonight Steven and are eating at Todd English, a specialty restaurant. Afterward we are attending the command performance by James Taylor. I will tell you how it was tomorrow.
All the best,Chuck
Dinner was nothing special. I was disappointed! But the James Taylor concert was spectacular. There were 5 encores at the end of the show. He will be giving a second show tonight for the second half of the passengers who did not ...
After breakfasting at a cafe in Waterloo Station, we walked down to the Waterloo Bridge and then along the river to the Millennium Bridge where we crossed over to St Paul's. We decided not to buy an entry ticket as it was fairly expensive and we had been there before. We caught a bus to the Tower of London and had a look through the outside souvenir shop before we stopped for lunch at an al fresco cafe on the river. After that we continued down to the ...