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... in charge. The Baroness D'Souza.
When he found out that he could view the Lords in action in London, it was a dream come true. We were given special visitor passes, screened through metal detectors, and filled out special cards stating we would follow all rules and decorum. The best part was it was all FREE! A tour of the Palace of Westminster where Parliament and the House of Lords meet is around $25 a person.
We listened to interesting debates ...
... him with any kind of legal advice over the phone. This is because I’m not licensed to practice law and because such advice could be attached to potential liability for any detrimental results. I sign-posted him to every other organizations I could dig up, as well as several websites that had some information about how to fill out such forms.
This stressed me out. Hearing someone else stressed out about a very complex legal situation, where it seems obvious that they are ...
... ticket at £30 but we got a second day free so that seemed more reasonable. We took the yellow line with live commentary and sat up top in the open air and just soaked up the incredible architecture and sites of London, including Big Ben & the houses parliament, Westminster Abbey, St Pauls Cathedral, Tower Bridge, Tower of London and the London eye. Went into Tower ...
... know some of the interesting tips to maintain good hair. Bangs are another way of looking stylish. Most of the celebrities have some bangs on them so that they are able to grace the magazine covers in style. Pony tails are another important way to wear the hair. They make one look casual yet very much in vogue.
Eyes and Nails, the Mirror of a Person
Everyone knows that eyes are the mirror to a person's intentions. Eyes have to ...
... Harry Potter. Passing by all the major land marks like Trafalgar Square and Buckingham Palace, the monument to Florence Nightengale and a stop for the Changing of the Guard we finally finished with Westminster Abbey and probably the most recognisable of them all, Big Ben.
Lunch was a must do in London of Fish & Chips and mushy peas, nice enough but rather reminiscent of a Rugby, invented by the English but perfected by New Zealand.