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We ended up down in Oxford street at a hamburger place (come all this way to have an American burger!) but we were so hungry and it hit the spot. After that we strolled down some shopping streets admiring all the Christmas decorations. Once the light dimmed and all the light came on it was very magical - I will have to take some photos when we are back at the end of the week.
We found a place to buy a sim card as Zach had ...
... Lock market: not quite as cool as we thought it would be. It poured rain, which didn't help, AND we made a bad food choice, giving into our hunger before fully scouting out the market to find the best food (although my churro was delicious! it would have been really nice to eat some of the vietnamese food instead of the mediocre mexican food we had)
-The Real Food Market (South Bank): not much of a food market, there were not too many stalls. Food ...
... catch-up & all marvelled at the size and capacity of the Gardens - a real eye-opener + a great exhibition of botanical art in the Gallery & a bird's-eye of the Gardens from the Treetop Walkway.
Monday morning we decided to have our 'Harrods' fix, so wandered wide-eyed around the various departments including the overwhelming fresh food/seafood/meat depts never disappoints! Then after a very long walk with a detour to Buckingham Palace to get our tickets ...
... at the Rivoli bar and basked in the grandeur of the setting and room. I think it was the first time the waiter had ever made me feel uncomfortable about what to get or how to have it. They know their stuff and make the price tag of drinks worth their weight. If money was no object you could try some truly luxurious food and drink. There were cocktails for 250 pounds and caviar for 450 pounds. Chris and I enjoyed a Martini whilst Maddie and Merry sipped in large open ...
... on explaining to her to stay to the right like everybody else, but no to the left she goes and like a very old and tired salmon she works her way up stream, much to the annoyance of all coming towards her.
The eye was a nice treat yesterday, they even stopped the wheel so Ninnie could board safely, unfortunately they didn't do it on the way out and mum ended up loosing her balance a little and clutching the rubbish bin to save herself. Then ...
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