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... became accessible to everyone. Its historic past includes King George IV’s Royal Pavilion (c.1787), an ostentatious example of excessive consumption. The star attraction for us was the pebble (ouch!) beach and pier filled with families and visitors enjoying carnival rides, fairway attractions, and typical fair foods. We were fortunate to be there on a warm and sunny day!
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is a well known district in London. It is a commercial center and also a known
tourist attraction. It has a high affluent and well to do middle class
population. The not to be missed sights are
London Royal Albert Hall, Kensington Palace and Kensington Gardens.
Cheap Kensington Accommodation is the key to a good stay in Kensington.
point of the place is Kensington High ...
... showed Mel around the lovely town and enjoyed our relaxing day. We ordered takeaway pizza and damn was it good! Wednesday was our last day in London! We had a relaxing morning and at 12:30 we met up with Andrea and she took us to Camden market! It was so cool and we stayed there for so long. We bet up with some of her friends and had a drink, it was lovely. That evening we walked by the riverside and went to a restaurant overlooking ...
... entry, we headed off to the Phuket Zoo. We were keen to spend the day taking happy snaps, roaming around and seeing the different animals that a tropical zoo could have that we might not have in Melbourne. We arranged for a lovely taxi man to take us to the other side of the island, and he said he would wait for us and drop us home too. How nice. As we got out of the cab, the lovely cab man said 'So I will see you in a couple of hours.' This ...
... entrances. We then walked up the busy road, Whitehall to Trafalgar Square, to the tube station back to my house. Once we got back, we had Nutella on toast and sat down for some chit-chat. Sarah left some of her belongings at my house while she backpacked through bit more of the UK and Europe. Mum and I dropped her off at the bus stop so she could get back to her hostel. Mum and I had an early night so we could get up wary for Mum's last day of her ...