51 Kensington Court Limited
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... that turned up so it was cancelled. Will do it when I come back. Pretty miserable weather today. Caught the tube to the Borough Markets (London Bridge stop). It's a fantastic food market. Some yummy things there. Will buy some things when I'm back here in May. Back to West End to change some more money. Hope I've got enough to change in Morocco. Can't change Aussie dollars there. Back to ...
... views of what art is from around the world and the form it takes depending on the point of view. I think I am still one for the 'proper' (and I say this carefully as proper for one person is different from the next) art...classic style paintings, sculpture etc. I then walked back along a small beach (yes...London has a beach) and made my way to War Horse on stage. And I was not disappointed!! ...
... turns and the help of a local we got there and made ourselves at home.
First stop wasn't the London Eye nor the Bridge or even Buckingham Palace, no Shaylee wanted to see one of the UK's other overrun landmarks, Primark!
Off we strolled to Oxford Street for a bit of shopping, it was fun to be in such a vibrant place but the lustre worn off rather quickly with the masses clambering through the store for a deal.
Stocked up on some ...
... in London is the Tower Bridge, London Eye, Trafalgar, Madame Tussauds, Buckingham Palace, Portobello Market and many more places.
This hotel is known to offer amazing room amenities that will make sure your stay is comfortable. The hotel rooms consist of coffee and tea making equipments as well are air conditioned. They also have complimentary toiletries, plasma TV and hair dryer. Other facilities provided by them are ...
... introduce the family to Chinese culture and history. It was also their introduction to Chinese tourists - I don't think they could quite believe how often people wanted photos with us! I also found it quite amusing as our guide had a slight resemblance to Benedict Cumberbatch, so I'm fairly sure I heard people saying that it was Sherlock (卷福) in the Forbidden City!
That afternoon we wandered up to the park behind ...