Atini Guest House
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... our orientation we decided to become complete tourists. We took the Tube to go see the London Eye, London Bridge, and Tower Bridge. We were hungry, so we went to the Golden Hen, which is a local fish and chips place, but it took around 30 minutes to find the ...
... Following this we walked across the
Millennium Bridge (keeping an eye out for any death eaters wanting to destroy
it) and over to St. Pauls Cathedral. It is a massive cathedral with a lovely
dome. Since the London Eye was closed for renovations, we walked the 500+ very
narrow and small stairs to the top of the Dome to look out over the amazing
views of London (and luckily, it wasn’t doing the stereotypical British rain).
Following this we had lunch ...
... genius but he has just stepped out and we have just missed him.... A fire burns comfortingly in the grate, a book is left open in the table in front of the armchair beside the fire etc. We 'snoop' in his absence and check out the reading material in his bookshelves, and admire the small moments he has displayed in the room from his various cases. The next floor has Watson's bedroom which houses the bits & pieces a doctor would be likely to possess and ...
... most famous statements in the world. We were told it is the second Wembley stadium on the site. The first cost I think around seven hundred and fifty thousand pounds. This one cost seven hundred and ninety million pounds. Wow, that's a lot of money. We were taken into the press area, had a picture taken as if we were facing the press, went into the dressing rooms and then my big moment, I was made captain and led our tour up ...
... day, with Matthew being a great sport and being dressed up as Ophelia (on the basis that the part would have been played by a teenage boy of his age) and it was amazing how the corset and bustle really did change his shape - one photo for Facebook I think! The other workshop was on the fighting scenes and weaponry used in the plays with some great demonstrations and an opportunity to hold the heavy swords afterwards.
After a ...