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... that was so much larger than I ever could have imagined. After a short wait in line we were inside the castle walls with our audio guide to take us through the parts that were open to the public. We must have spent over two hours going the the State rooms, the Dolls House and the chapel. It was absolutely fascinating. The extravagance had to be seen to be believed. Everything was on such a grand scale as well. It really has to be seen to be believed.
A few hours well ...
... rare treat to get to be with such a close friend after many months in Spain.
-- Food! You're thinking food? The English don't have good food. But actually London does. Like New York or another big city, London has everything. We indulged in falafel, Thai food and great sushi. We even had a taste of home -- a visit to Chipotle for burritos!
-- We spent our last morning at the Churchill war rooms, an amazing museum created from the ...
... is that there are many museums and in spite of visiting the city so many times, I have not been able to visit all of them. Moreover, many of the museums do not charge any entry fee which makes it all the more attractive to visit them. My favourites are the National History Museum, the Imperial War Museum, the British Museum, the London transport Museum and the Science Museum. Visit Music Concerts: I love music and London offers a wide ...
Wednesday morning and it's time to leave Shanghai. We were really looking forward to the comparative normality of London and made it onto the plane without major issues….apart from having the pocket knife and an unopened can of soda water confiscated at security. (Somehow the utility bag had got packed in Tony’s cabin bag rather than the checked bag!). So seatbelts fastened and cabin doors closed, ...
... blog left off by telling you I'd be travelling to London. I did not mention that this would be an 11 hour bus ride through Belgium and France to get there. I woke up in the morning very lacking in enthusiasm for the day - as anyone who's spent that long on a bus would understand. All in all it wasn't as bad as I thought it would be, I'd downloaded a bunch of TV shows to watch and they lasted me pretty much until we reached England. Also we crossed under the channel via the tunnel ...