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... Cathedral, stopping to check out Somerset House on the way (found an outdoor ice-skating rink, and Fortnum & Mason pop up shop inside Somerset House). Needed a coffee and pastry stop and then happily walked on to St Paul's. Beautiful. Amazing. Lit a candle and left an intention card for Dad/Poppa, then headed off for The Tate Modern Gallery (confirming there isn't an art appreciator amongst us). Forgot to mention the ...
... decided to head to east London and check out Tower of London and St. Paul's cathedral. Like Westminster Abbey, St. Paul's has evening services at 5pm during weekdays. Tower of London closes at 4:30pm, so I figured my itinerary can be Natural History Museum-> Harrods (shopping)-> Tower of London/Tower Bridge-> St. Paul's Cathedral. Quite a full day! Natural History Museum is located just south of Hyde Park along with a few other museums that all offer free admission. The ...
... funny costumes and worshipping the sun. This year, they were not allowed to camp overnight and it caused quite a stir (with them). We are so glad we went to see Stonehenge. At night, we had our welcoming dinner and a talk by Winston Churchill's daughter. It was interesting, full of his wit,and a little long. The highlight of the evening was when a man who had been resting his head on his hand on his elbow fell asleep and produced ...
... service is pretty good, even if the portion sizes are huge! Didn't stop me from going to see the Lion King last night. Absolutely spectacular and I am so glad I did not miss it. Am going out tonight to get some dinner at one of the local restaurants -fish n chips sounds yum. Then following doctors orders with plenty of sleep for the rest of Saturday. Will talk to you again when we reach Oxford on ...
... from the dark exhibit hall into the bright sunshine. There was a fast food stand outside of the museum, and so we decided to give Liam his first taste of fish and chips. We ate our food out on the lawn of the museum, soaking up the sun and watching a particularly amusing pigeon trying to find love in all the wrong places. After watching this poor pigeon get rejected for the third time in a row, we figured it was time to move out and started a lengthy to Covent Gardens.