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... St past the Theatres and the Courts of Justice - through Bloomsbury and on to the British Museum. We had hoped to meet up with my old school pal Martin but he was struck down with tonsillitis so was unable to come. Get well soon Martin. My highlights from the BM were the Elgin Marbles and the Chessmen of Lewis but the best spectacle was the covered central courtyard with its white stone walls, beautiful columns and sweeping ...
... of the skin and all this with much more happens when you take a spa in London.
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Spa breaks have become a very common phenomena and the first thought that comes into the mind when we speak of a spa break is the feeling of relaxation and rejuvenation. The various spa treatments are designed to make the guests feel relaxed and refreshed taking away every ounce of their stress and worry which might have lingered on over time. Checking into a ...
... to watch the procession from what you might call a prime location. This year being back in London on the second Saturday in November went to view the procession. It is always preceded by the Pikemen. The guard of honour for the new Lord Mayor and goes back in time so long into antiquity. Parading in their deep red finery and all carrying their long pikes while marching and tapping them on the ground; all with perfect timing.
This year, 2014 is a ...
Woke up at 8:30, and headed straight to the nearest hop on-hop off bus station. We traveled around most of London seeing many different aspects and sites. We saw the London eye, Trafalgar Square, tower bridge, London tower, Hyde Park and London bridge. My favourite was the London eye, I still can not believe that it can stay standing up just by wires and supports only on one side of the eye. We also hopped off at Trafalgar Square, got lunch and walked around the square, it was very ...
When I was very young my parents worked very hard, but weren't wealthy by any stretch. I had no idea that when I was a baby they made an agreement that whatever it took, regardless of money, they wanted me to travel and see the world. They wanted me to grow up open minded and educated about the world outside sunny Coventry, where we have all grown up. I flew on my own to another country when I was 12 for the first time and I loved it! ...