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Sunday was our final day in London, and we decided to travel to Brick Lane. This London neighbourhood has a large Indian population and is known for its many curry restaurants. While there we explored the area, which had a nice bohemian feel with its coffee shops and markets. This was refreshing compared to the prim and proper neighbourhood of South Kensington, where our hotel was located. We ate our ...
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... places were in the Cotswolds. Painswick has a church that was apparently a place of worship in 1086 and the church was started to be built in 1377 even has marks from cannon balls that hit it in the Civil War 1644-45. Bibury we visited by chance because we don’t take much notice of out navigator because we take different roads just to see where they go so we are forever getting "Do a u turn as soon as possible" but he shuts up eventually and finds another way to get where we ...
... Westminster Abbey.
On the way to Buckingham Palace we saw Scotland yard.
Then we watched Change of the Guards at Buckingham Palace.
After Buckingham Palace we went to Harrods, my legs were hurting too much and I wanted to go home. We saw the Dodi and Diana Memorial and wrote in the book. So after this we went and had a picnic lunch in Hyde Park and had a sleep under trees because it was too hot.
... all had a very relaxing afternoon.
And later they all had a three course meal with a bottle of red!
What can one say, the lure of the Buffett!!
When she walked back to her cabin that night, Video Girl reflected on corridors, as you do.
There were three, as long as the one in the photograph, (two ...