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... the sign of the Deathly Hallows. Ouch! Then in the afternoon I did a tour of Lords Cricket Ground (making Dad and Callum very jealous). Was so amazing to see all the history and we got to go into the actual changing rooms! Ticked off Callum's gift here! Finished off the day with some dinner with Taylor and Bec from my Topdeck tour - was so good to see them ...
... we'll be able to go back again within the next month, because it's only open for tours for about two months in the summer, while the Queen is in Scotland. We also saw the Westminster Abbey, Trafalgar Square, the London Bridge, the Tower of London, and the Houses of Parliament/Big Ben. The refractory (dining hall) is closed on Saturday for dinner, so we went back to Baker St. and went to Chipotle. We'll be experimenting with more local ...
That night, we traveled into downtown London and walked around to many of the major sites. We started at Buckingham Palace. After, we walked across the street to The Queen's Buckingham Palace Gardens.
Right as you walk into the gardens there is a beautiful waterfall monument with imbedded Maple ...
... our bags and duty free and were soon embracing Katie, Jase and a widely excited Layla, who didn't stop talking the entire way back to Hammond Park!
Well, England has been a little disappointing for us this time around - our exchange rate makes most purchases quite expensive, and although food was on a par with OZ, the parking prices, drinks and tours really hit us hard and we had only a few pounds left this arvo when we left!
All of London seemed to be a little dirtier ...
... added it to the bill as a suggestion. Bloody rude. Otherwise I would have given a tip. Bought some souvenirs and then headed for Regent Street. Discovered a good store from Spain with an Italian name, "Massimo Dutti". Bought a nice blue shirt with a faded floral pattern. Should be good for Europe and the warm weather. Could have spent a fortune but restrained myself.
Met a lovely Spanish guy in Coach on Regent Street. He is from Madrid but raved about the south of Spain ...
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Paddington, London | 1 star hostelfrom $62
- Oh My God
- I have stayed in cabins at State Parks that were better than this hotel.
- Yes. we too survived.
Mayfair/Soho/West End, London | Hostelfrom $37
- interesting experience
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Westminster/Belgravia, London | 1 star hostelfrom $189
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Avonmore and Brook Green, London | 3 star hostelfrom $131
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- Great Location
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Knightsbridge/Earl's Court/Kensington, London | 2 star hostelfrom $56
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London West, London | Hostelfrom $57
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South Bank/Bankside, London | Hostelfrom $53
Bayswater, London | 3 star hostelfrom $164
South Bank/Bankside, London | Hostelfrom $75
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Northwest/Regent Park, London | Hostelfrom $29
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