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... and fixed it!!! We went to Buckingham Palace and saw the queen (not really!). We did see the changing of the guards ceremony and all that rigmarole...good to see once but got a bit boring after a while!! After that we went and looked at Big Ben and Westminster Abbey which we might try to go inside later in the week. Had a look at the London Eye which will also try to go on later in the week...was absolutely packed so will try to ...
... loads of parks, puts the garden city to shame; there are annoying chain food stores EVERYWHERE, we're looking at you Pret a Manger, Cafe Nero and Eat; statues are also everywhere you turn, particularly bizarre we found one of Nelson Mandela, and we took far too many douche photos with them all.
On our excursions we found some things reminding us of old friends, this one is for you Shazza.
... Athletic, as they won their first trophy in their 80 year history after beating Manchester City for the FA Cup yesterday! I love seeing an underdog win, but love seeing City lose even more. Also, I was able to Skype with several people, and catch up on what's been happening back home. After all the Skyping was said and done, I did one hell of a clean job on my room. Mainly just organizing things, wiping down counters etc. It's amazing how much better the room looks now, and ...
... the plaque reads “The Outcast Dead R.I.P.”
When up in Hampstead I went to an arts cinema (where food and drink are served at small tables beside your comfortably cushioned armchairs) to see the movie Hitchcock. Later, a couple of blocks from where I was staying, I saw the house where Alfred Hitchcock lived.
And then there’s live theatre! I saw Agatha Christie’s The Mousetrap, now in its ...
... I crossed Millenium Bridge again and walked up to the Swiss Re Building (“the Gherkin”). It was actually really interesting close up, because of the way reflections played in the windows.
Coming home, I basically retraced my steps, making for a 9-mile walk today. I arrived around 6:15pm, just as the light was fading. We had a very tasty dinner (including a special chocolate cake), then I went upstairs to bathe and rest my aching ...
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