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... such as King's Cross is an experience we are pleased to cross off the bucket list. However,we are here and pleased to have returned the car to Andrew in one bit and have walked home (what bliss!)
Our Saturday was spent at the V & A (Victorian and Albert Museum - what a wonderful museum - I particularly liked the fashion through the ages. Saturday evening we spent with Andrew and Vicky at the theatre. The show - the Book ...
... ended up back where we had eaten on Friday: a fairly cheap diner. Almost empty, but not horrible.
Question: Has anyone ever counted London’s bricks? Every house on every street, every large building (except the most magnificent – they’re stone); so many bricks. There is a variety of colours, from muddy mustard yellow to dark blood-brown, so they come from all over the place, but how has this island not cannabalised itself into a ...
... among various inns all over the country, there are fewer
cash saving extraordinary deals even for these very expensive solutions.
is essential to talk that the quality of luxury
hotels in London is not negotiated at any cost. Even the economical one can
be well thought-out and seen as well appointed as most of them are well
decorated as well as maintained. You can trip up upon LCD TV's ...
... a moat. There were several phases of expansion, mainly under Kings Ric*************heart,Henry III, and Edward I in the 12th and 13th centuries.
Westminster Abbey has been the coronation church since 1066 and is the final resting place of seventeen monarchs. The present church, begun by Henry III in 1245, is one of the most important Gothic buildings in the country, with the medieval shrine of an Anglo-Saxon saint still at its heart.
We went to the Aukland museum we brought a ticket for a Maori (native kiwis) show there music Is great and they have a thing called a poi to increase flexibility in the wrist so they fight better. A poi is a soft ball on a string and you swing it round in different ways. There was a boat that was very very long it was made of made out one piece of wood! Maoris made tools out jade for digging,cutting down trees and catching food.caught fish, sharks, albatross and ...