Courtyard by Marriott London Gatwick Airport Hotel
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Our first stop today was at Buckingham Palace for the changing of the guards. We got off the tube at Green Park and followed the crowd through the beautiful gardens towards the palace. There were two police horses getting a drink in the fountain. Fun to see. We sat at the Canada Gates to watch. We saw guards on horses, guards in marching bands and carriages with fancy dressed people. There were tons of people watching - ...
... a bit I learned. For starters, I learned that the Neanderthals were actually a genetically different species to what we are – homo sapiens. I always had just assumed that Neanderthal was just a name for humans who were still not really living in communities, but as it turned out they are not the same as us. Also, I learned that elephants and rhinoceroses and giraffes would have once roamed the British island when it was attached to the rest of Europe. ...
... of wine, nice. We watch Santa Claus the Movie with the kids. My favourite Christmas movie. Mac tells me he knows Santa is real because 'one day when I stayed at Grandad Greg's for 6 days, I watched a movie and it told me that Santa was real and how he got around the world, and I remember it, it was true life, so Santa is real!' Julia says, 'I know Santa's real Mum because he put chocolates and fizzy in our stockings, you would never do that!'. Oh ...
... to London Theatre (spelled the British way of course) and based on the first class I think it will be very different and eye opening for me. I have little knowledge or background of any type of theatre and we are going to be reading and seeing a variety of performances in one of the greatest cities for theatre in the world. We have already read the first work, called Hysteria and will be seeing the performance tomorrow ...
... breathtaking on a day like today was!! It was covered in wildlife, which Matthew became very interested in taking photo's of. The lake of which the park surrounded was covered in birds swimming throughout the water. Ducks, Swans and wait for it... Geese!!! Which were everywhere!! They had a little island in the middle where the pelicans were and it was just so amazing that its indescribable!!! We got to the war rooms easily through the park. The Churchill War ...