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... br> II. There are famous tombs all through
it like Mary Queen of Scots and of course King Richard II and Isaac Newton and
poets and writers like Lewis Carroll (Alice in Wonderland) and Mary Shelly
(Frankenstein) and heaps of others. For
you royal watchers, it was the corner church where Kate and Wills got
hitched. Sorry no pictures; not
allowed. Got some of outside though;
After the tour we happened across a fair ...
... 12.30 which Kevin decided he'd like to attend, as it took place in the centre of the church, under the dome. I'm sure I've seen the officiating minister , complete with pigtail, on TV at home. Kevin disappeared again and I thought he'd found somewhere quiet to pray, but I was only half right - he'd gone down to the Crypt to the toilet! We wandered around the tourist shop and then back on the bus to the Tower of London where ...
... before. From there to the Natural History Museum next door. Again, a vast collection organised in a flowing path that takes you through time and space. School kids everywhere with teachers trying to contain exuberance or noise, without much success. These two occupied most of my day. The bus tour then took me past Baker Street so a trip to 221b was in order. After the grand museums, the Sherlock Holmes museum was somewhat disappointing. Then again, this ...
... The boys were captivated by the secrecy and undercover operations that took place. Mike is a huge Winston fan, so he could have spent hours in the section of the museum that celebrated the life of Churchill. I didn't know the many quirks of Churchill - he drank wine with breakfast, was offended by documents with paperclips/staples, took a 1 hour nap each day, and kept a photo of his Nanny by his bedside until he was ...
Our story begins with the reunion of two sisters at Heathrow airport. My sister Lisa has joined me for an European adventure and after leaving our bags at the hostel, I got to play tour guide for the day. We take a tube ride on the underground and head straight for the London Eye where the lovely London weather showed its true colours. The view however was still pretty impressive. We take a walk around Big Ben and Parliament House, Westminster Abby, into ...