LSE Passfield Hall
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... or two. Wandering further along Piccadilly we found Caffe Concerto and decided to stop there for lunch. This is a "chain" restaurant but is elegant with a music theme and chandeliers etc. Had a delicious meal there, Fletcher settling for the mixed seafood grill while I enjoyed the lobster and crab ravioli. I would certainly go there again.
We then headed in the Oxford St direction as we remembered seeing a Rugby World Cup store there yesterday. ...
... Spitfires flying overhead, troops marching in the gravel, etc. One of the most interesting buildings is the large mansion, which has a bar recreation that looks like the patrons will be returning any minute, with newspapers on the table, purses hanging from the backs of chairs and so on.
Hut 4 is next to the mansion and houses a cafeteria featuring both cold and hot meals. I stopped there for lunch and found the prices quite reasonable, at least for a sandwich ...
... in the Princess of Wales Conservatory. The Royal Kew Palace of King George 111 and Queen Charlotte was fascinating. We met Laura at her work place, where we looked through some of the Paperchase shop. After a Thai meal around the corner, we went to see the Biily Elliott musical. A thoroughly enjoyable day. Thursday July 16- Decided to go to the Changing of the Guard at Buckingham Palace. After waiting for about 30minutes with thousands of other tourists, who in themselves can be ...
... gift shop that was generally much more affordable. Steve decided he wanted to get me a cute bear that said "My Harrods Teddy" -yes I know Mum and Dad, another bear! The rest of the shop was amazing though, selling everything from clothes, jewelery, pastries, loaves of bread, meat and electronics. All in a beautiful building, although we did have a mild amount of trouble finding our way out.
After this we headed ...
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•Hamleys: This one was incepted in the year 1760 and was once a small toy store. The store has moved to its recent location at the Regent Street in the year 1881. Gradually, it has emerged on to become the most popular of all the toy stores in the entire city of London. The seven floors of the stores are filled with some amazing collection of toys created by different toy brands. This extra ordinary shop is ...