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... Being a grand opportunity to see celebrities & be a part of something cool, I of course went along after work to watch.
It wasn't as busy as I had expected but it was lightly raining, which slowly turned into a proper down pour when the cast arrived. I took a few photos, enjoyed some interviews and then headed home wet and cold.
On Saturday Robert & I had a long ...
... used to make Death Masks. A death mask is made when someone dies, they cut the head off and then she would take a mould of the head to make the mask. There were some Death Masks on display, one of them was 200 years old!!
The last figure she ever made of was herself just before she died. Caleb and I had a photo taken with Madam Tussard.
There was a ride called London through the Ages, we sat in the back of a Black ...
... about this. I have posted two photographs of this poppy field, and have included a link to one of the many, many articles about this project.
http://gizmodo.com/888-246-handmade-pop pies-surround-the-tower-of-london-t-161 4260927
The second site is the Cenotaph which is a tall lime stone monument to all the dead of World War I. Located in the Whitehall (government) district of London, the Cenotaph contains an empty tomb at ...
Next up off to Piccadilly Circus to Fortnum and Mason for had Knickerbocker Glory's as is the long held British tradition.I love the very British feel of this very old shop, you can just feel the history and tradition and imagine the generations of families that must have shopped there, especially the wealthy.I prefer it to Harrods.
Allie found a wonderful book store next, the official booksellers to the Royal Family, in fact.It was very old fashioned ...
... as a small garage and certainly not big enough to fit in a car, let alone us and our bags...
Our anticipation at having a fourth floor room that apparently overlooked the square was tempered somewhat by lugging our bags up 6 flights of stairs (I counted 65 steps in all) through stairwells that narrowed and narrowed and steepened and steepened as we climbed. The risers are narrow and hardly wide enough to place an entire foot on.