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Wow I can't believe our time in London is drawing to close.........we have certainly covered alot of ground and I mean in every way possible!!
We started our day with a Tube ride to Baker St, home of Sherlock Holmes but our ultimate destination was Madam Tussaud's Wax Museum. After a short line up, we were in. What a clever place!! These figures are amazing - the kids were in a frenzy running from one figure to the next demanding to be photographed ...
... was a bummer. Upon returning to Piccadilly Square, Jess and I attempted a free lottery to win discounted Book of Mormon tickets but to no avail. Our evening was spent walking around Kensington Gardens which was easily my favorite part of the day. It was an exceedingly beautiful and serene place. If I lived here, I’d visit those gardens single day.
Honestly, I didn’t find the UK to be extremely different from the US. The people ...
... down for lunch with us, she had run back inside to the children's activity area. The only problem is that you need to be accompanied by an adult to be in this area, so she was escorted out! Fortunately we spotted her with the member of staff and were re-united and told that she couldn't be there on her own. That was fine by us, but we just needed to get Charlotte to understand that! After we had eaten, we once more headed to the obligatory gift store and ...
... free meals and games/movies on the plane from Hong Kong to Rome.
Natasha: Seeing the rest of New Zealand in the campervan
Spending time with my family
Going to see ...
just put myself through, along with the fact that I was already a little
stressed with missing my desired early morning start, well you get the
picture. Needless to say, I was a
little bit sweaty and worn down.
Heading out of the tunnel to the already torturous sun, was
starting to wear on me. I knew I
was in for a challenging day, one my limited amount of sleep had ill prepared
me for. The line to Westminster
Abbey went ...