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Today we moved from Horly to Clapham Common. We caught a train to London
Bridge Station and then a bus to Clapham common station, as we got off
the bus it started pouring down. We hurried to our hotel, put our bags
in our room and got dried. A bit later we caught the tube to London and
spent the day there. We went to the Tower …
... upon the museum run by the Royal Academy of Music. They had a temporary exhibit going on War Music, which looked at the role of music in WW1 and the effect ON music by the war. VERY interesting. There was included some movie footage showing the uses of music at the time and also some recordings of various songs popular in the day, plus much more. I thoroughly enjoyed that exhibit.
Then, on with my walk. I accidently came upon Regent's Park, one of ...
Next up off to Piccadilly Circus to Fortnum and Mason for had Knickerbocker Glory's as is the long held British tradition.I love the very British feel of this very old shop, you can just feel the history and tradition and imagine the generations of families that must have shopped there, especially the wealthy.I prefer it to Harrods.
Allie found a wonderful book store next, the official booksellers to the Royal Family, in fact.It was very old fashioned ...
... from the Paddington station to other places in the city can be done by car, cycles, buses and the London Underground. The facilities at the station include ticket office, toilets and baby changing, lost property and left baggage and Wi-Fi. Parking facilities at the station include long stay parking, cycle parking and accessible parking. Disabled access is also provided at the station.
Dave, a former radio presenter in Melbourne's Joy FM and SynFm, and I explored East London galleries as part of First Thursdays. First thursday ...