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... there to see the trooping of the guard in the grounds of the Palace. We took lots of photos and then made our way up the long mall towards Knightsbridge, the location of Harrods. We were met by my cousin who spent the entire afternoon with us and filled us in with plenty of local information.
Knightsbridge and Harrods is a busy, bustling, expensive part of London and nothing symbolises that wealth and privilege than ...
... swimmers and toiletries. Pudd bought a T-shirt and a Polo shirt. I also bought some Betadine and lozenges for my throat which seemed to be getting worse. It took me I particular ages to find things I like so our shopping expedition was good in the sense that it brought us around most of the town. Along the way I had a yummy kiwi fruit drink and Pudd had orange juice, both freshly squeezed. By the time we got back to the hotel it was 8.30 ...
... we climbed the steep escalators to the centre of the earth display which explained basic geology and geography. Nic really liked it and found the displays and videos really fascinating. I was slightly less interested but even I could enjoy some of the interactive displays they have on offer. We descended then to early ecology and learnt about carbon cycles, energy cycles and the ways climates shape animals similarly. One interactive device fitted the animals of the ...
... some time on our hands so instead of going straight back to the hotel and sleeping (trying to stay awake until tonight) we decided to walk down the Strand. Went into the grounds of Somerset House (formerly a palace and now a museum and gallery), past Australia House, photographed the Fleet St. Statue and eventually ended up down at St Paul's Cathedral, Returned to hotel and had dinner at hotel restaurant ( all you can eat roast carvery) Wilting quite badly now, bed here I come ...