Holiday Inn Aylesbury
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... the visitors walking around, listening to the audio guides. Maybe because its out in the middle of nowhere, maybe because it is on a special place. Before stone henge this place held a large avenue of chalk deposit, which just happened to run east to west. The sun rose at one end and set at the other. It is believed this is why it was marked as a special place by the beaker people (who built the henge) Around the edge of stonehenge, about a kilometre away ...
... fast so it didn’t take long to get in. Basically you walked slowly in a line through the building. There were a couple of different movies with the coronation of the queen and other occasions where the crown jewels had been used. There were stories on the wall about the different crowns that had been designed for different kings. Then the final displays were of all the different crowns, the actual crowns, with the jewels etc. It was quite impressive.
I wanted to ...
17/5 - As we had all our families gathered together for the morning ceremony it seemed a good idea to carry on into the evening for the Mahendhi night.
It also gave us an opportunity to invite the in-laws who wanted to come with gifts for the bride to be.
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Today is my first full day "living" in London and I'm already missing the Swindon people! In a couple of days I plan to complete the Virgin London Marathon for the first time and then say goodbye to ...
... side, while we were in line at the info desk to ask where the lockers were, we saw we could buy our Tower of London tickets there. Liz said that they were £22 at the gate, but here they were £19 and since we are students we got them for £16,50 yay!
So we took the underground to the Tower of London, which isn’t really a tower. It’s more like a small village surrounded by a dried moat. We got there and jumped in a tour right away. The tour guide told us ...