Macdonald Compleat Angler
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... in the west end and
Central part of London; East End continues to gain popularity among the
travelers who look forward to enjoy a wild and crazy night or others who love
to take a stroll around the area on a
fine Sunday evening.
s a beautiful place to be in. even we eradicate the unlimited significant features
which make the city of London worth visiting in a lifetime, then also it will remain
the most pleasant place ...
... our ancestors worked in as under gardeners etc and the front of the house was used as Netherfield House in the BBCs Pride and Prejudice. We wandered around the graveyard and found some of the Cartwright graves who were the family when our great-grandfather worked there. We also saw the Courage grave which was the gentleman who showed cousin Mari around the property. It was lovely to walk around the village which has lots of childhood memories for Deb and is the home of our ...
... time there, the guide said that to do the Cathedral Justice a 4 hour tour was needed - we would have gladly done it. Words can not do justice to the beauty and workmanship -designed by Sir Christopher Wren and built in 1700' took 35 years and survived the War (although it had a couple of hits from German bombs-all around was destroyed by bombs and consequential fires). He also designed and built other buildings and is buried in the Cathedral under a very plain stone ...
Last year, we had to skip London, because the flight loads back to Canada for Robyn were bad. This time, we stopped in London first. We saw, the Tower of London, Covent Garden, Trafalgar Square, Westminster Abbey, Big Ben, Parliament Buildings, Buckingham Palace, the Museum of London and the Globe Theater. Highlights would have to be Westminster Abbey, where most of England's monarchs have been coronated and buried. ...
... We stood in the Kings bedroom and Throne room, much smaller than I thought it would be (those movies putting ideas in my head). The Crown Jewels are also here on display but don't bring your camera out because there are rules as Gary found out. Checked out the torture room no bodies on the racks, had to use your imagination. We spent around 3 hours wandering around and really enjoyed it. Back to the bus for a short ride back to ...