Boxmoor Lodge Hotel
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... to see what all the fuss is about! We bought some tea at this famous store and walked by the many many designer purses and scarves on display. Such luxury shopping! We finished our day at Piccadilly Circus buying a few souvenirs, grabbed some dinner items at Marks and Spencer and headed back to the apartment for some down time and packing for the next leg of our journey.....Paris. We will be ...
... height: normal; ">The bus drove through the financial district, the Bank of London and crossed the London Bridge. While doing so we got a perfect view of the Tower Bridge. The Tower Bridge is the fancy bridge that you see in all of the pictures of London. We all mistakenly had thought the most decorated bridge would have been the London Bridge. Not so. London Bridge was destroyed by the Vikings in 1014, hence the nursery rhyme "London bridge is falling down." That's why ...
... of my family's history, a history that has been taking place while I was half a world away.
I can honestly say that the last 24 hours spent with Colin and June has been the highlight of my trip so far..I spent the time listening to stories, enough stories to fill several books. Stories from June like the one about the time she and her girlfriends were almost sold into white slavery in the backstreets of Cairo, only to be saved by a ...
... various monuments shinning in the night sky. We went down and walked along the Christmas markets along the river leading to the London eye. The London Eye is an old structure resembling a merry-go-round, offering a top view of London. We moved further along the river taking in the last view of the Westminster Abbey and the Big Ben. As a last stop, we visited the Winter Wonderland at Hyde Park – the largest Christmas market in London. The market brought in the child in ...
... renowned mid-20th century English artist”, he of “matchstick men” paintings depicting the challenges of working class life between the wars in Manchester…..great meals in newly trendy parts of London, Soho and Upper Street, Islington, not to mention Vanessa’s great cooking in Thames Ditton ….. and lots of fun time in Hyde Park with Benjamin, Kim & ...