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shedding quiet tears all the way to Florence on the train. It was with a heavy
heart that I left the Farmhouse, but even more so, Italy.
Going to London was simply the most practical thing to do,
and there has not been any real desire, let alone passion to even prepare. Thus
my fumbling with new monetary systems and electrical converters and time
changes upon arrival. Therefore a big balloon of air inside my head when it
... s hands until it became the family home of an American born aristocrat and her children in the 1920’s. Leed’s castle hosted the who’s who during the next 30 years for social events as well as diplomatic matters of state including being the sight for some of the peace talks that led to the Camp David Accords in the 1960’s.
After finishing exploring the castle and ...
... do the talking. Amazing clarity today - another stunning day. We had lunch at the park at Embankment and again I thought, "how can this be here?" It was an enchanting space with amazing plants from around the world. And then you cross the road and there's Ceopatra's Needle and a couple of sphinx. We got the kids into bed early and then I took myself to Regent Street for some shopping. With a list, so that I didn't completely lose my mind. ...
... but the crowds were horrendous. I'm glad I've seen Harrods and you can see by the photos the Food Hall is beautiful. Next stop was Oxford Street....The footpaths were packed with people enjoying shopping on Ggod Friday, something unknown in Australia. We went into Hamleys, a huge toy store but quickly made an exit....way too busy. Around the corner is Carnaby Street where we ...
... such as László Moholy-Nagy. There are elevators to take customers up the six impressive floors of books, but I had to walk the Travertine marble stairway myself. The bookstore holds over 13 km of bookshelves, making it a true book lovers paradise. I indulged my inner bibliophile and purchased a few souvenirs for myself, but they were unable to find the one book I really wanted: Paul McCartney's 2006 children's book "High in the Clouds." It was ...