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Erika and I headed to Richmond London to watch a Polo match. It was so much fun! We didn't know enough about the sport, but we loved watching all the horses and how much skill is needed for this sport. The sports announcers were hilarious! They have the worst dry sense of humor and I love it! They even suggested that the picnickers (where we were) ...
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We then met a guide and went on a London Walks tour of the City of London. The walk lasted 2 hours and took us through the original city, a lot of the lanes dating back to Roman times. It was very interesting and certainly took us to places we would not have found on our own. The guide had an interest in architecture and had some very interesting views on some of the newer buildings - not a fan ...
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After having a bit of a snooze I got the tube to Green Park (actually only one stop from my local station of Bond Street) and walked through the park. It was a gorgeous day and a few people were out enjoying the sunshine. There were a heap of deck chairs scattered around the park for hire, love this idea!
Walked past Buckingham Palace and the Queen Victoria Statue (FYI this is my favourite statue!) and then ...
... kids didn't want to part with their allowance at this shop and we left without any purchases.
Got back to Covent Garden at 10:00 and had take-away from "The Shake Shack" noted for its frozen custard, fries and burgers. Add frozen custard to the all time best frozen treats; like a super rich soft ice cream. Saturday night life in London was just getting started and the kids got to walk by some lively pubs and street corners on our late night walk home!