Berjaya Eden Park London Hotel - United Kingdom
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... VIII, the Palace also saw key events in the lives of Edward VI, Mary I and Elizabeth I. Elizabeth I had the eastern kitchen built and this is where visitors to the palace can enjoy a cup of tea today.
The historical importance of the building continued after the Tudor period. King James the I and VI had an ...
Today we met up with Naomi and Nel Gregory for a tour of London. Naomi is our choir director at church and we were so very happy that they were able to meet us in London. They took us all over Trafalgar and Kensington- shops and sights.
We met at the Science Museum and wandered around a bit. Mike almost walked right past the first DNA model made by Crick and Watson. Luckily we were circling back to meet Naomi and her mum so that he saw it and took ...
... out from the reading room across what is the largest covered square in Europe.
The British Museum has grown to one of the largest museums in the world. There are two miles of exhibition space in an area covering over 92,000 m2. That is not even counting the huge storage spaces – ...
... London Bridge past HMS Belfast.
Other major POI were Buckingham Palace, going back there tomorrow to see the changing of the guard, Trafalgar Square, Mable Arch, the London Eye, Tower Bridge, Tower of London, it's another history lesson.
Two and a half hours later we were back at the hotel after seeing all the places listed, a more detailed visit to some of these places of interest will occur tomorrow.Also saw all the streets from ...
... trip! I bought so much clothing wow! I went to designer stores, shoe stores, hat stores, jewellery stores, it was amazing!
I caught a taxi and then paid 22 euros to go to the London Tower, it was beautiful. I just spoke to so many people and they loved my Australian accent which is nothing compared to their amazing British accents! I saw Big ben and tried to take ...