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... stocked fridge,pantry or lunchbox always within arms reach.
Afterwards we walked to Trafalgar Square and up to Regent St. We bought some yoghurt for morning tea at a Tesco express. We walked & shopped. We stopped for lunch at Eat & Pret a manger.
We walked the city, taking in the sights and stopping to shop when something caught our eye.
We were trying to decide whether to see a show tonight, or not. We decided ...
... early 'supper' of Cornish pasties and salad and then fruit and yogurt/ice cream and Cadbury 'joy pots' for George and Zoe! Geoff drove us back to Tadworth station so we could be on the 7:17pm train home. I felt a little sad leaving, how great it was to spend the day out of London with family.
It was just so lovely to see Ann and Geoff and Margaret again, George and Zoe hope they may get to see them again.
Love and smiles,
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Windsor Castle is the queen's palace, comparable to China's Summer Palace. It has a history of more than nine hundred years. Originally as a military fortress, it is the world's largest inhabited castle, the Queen comes to live in Windsor Castle for a fixed period every year, ...
... it off. Next is the internet cafe, Jack and I both need to print out the 'transaction dispute' forms and scan them to email so we can get our money back form the time our cards were skimmed in Phuket.
The internet cafe is run by black people, it's in the rear room of a hairdressers. I walk in and ask if we can use the computers, the guy says you must get a haircut. I fall for it, he loses it laughing as I start to leave and invites me in. We print the forms off, go get ...
... time there, the guide said that to do the Cathedral Justice a 4 hour tour was needed - we would have gladly done it. Words can not do justice to the beauty and workmanship -designed by Sir Christopher Wren and built in 1700' took 35 years and survived the War (although it had a couple of hits from German bombs-all around was destroyed by bombs and consequential fires). He also designed and built other buildings and is buried in the Cathedral under a very plain stone ...