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Travel Blogs from London
... how long she will be mourned! Strolling through adjoining Hyde Park on a sunny, warm day ( temperature in the high 20's) was very pleasant. Exited the park at Royal Albert Hall and wandered past the magnificent apartments, Embassies and offices which line Kensington Road. Richard eyed off a Ferrari with a number plate ' Kuwait' and an unidentifiable sports car which its 'guard' ...
... from the arch near there and got off at Buckingham Palace. We had to walk around the corner to the front or west aspect which is the balcony view that we are familiar with. It's a much nicer view on the eastern side with a lake and lush gardens. I knew it was right in the middle of London but it's Right in the Middle of London. Yesterday, we drove past a high wall with lots of wire on the top and lovely gardens inside but I didn't know what it was. ...
A bit rainy today, but that didn't stop us. It's only 3:30pm here but I decided to post early. Today we went to the Tower of London and spent nearly 4 hours there. We explored everything. This was moms favorite place and many of the stories they had for us to read mom could elaborate on and tell even more. Perhaps she should be a beefeater. We saw where ...
... big adventure.
First stop GUANGZHOU Chinaaaaa!
Then Vietnam Ho Chi Minh City! 00.10 local time
We will be 7hrs behind you UK guys!
Be back soon, peace out.
Lots of love,
Katy & Luce ...
... was it ever delizioso, squisito, prelibato, buono, and ghiotto! (Said me, Rowan) "I had freshly baked bread, homemade gnocchi."
If this is what Italian cooking is like in London, we can't wait until Italy!
The rest of the day was spent on a double-decker bus tour which we'll continue tomorrow. We have so much more we want to see!