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... a young Princess Elizabeth, visiting the model village with her sister and the Queen Mother. On my visit, there were children of all ages and even a few of us older children - all enjoying the spectacle mightily. The village represents all walks of life and is beautifully maintained.
I left there in the early afternoon and took the train back to London, whereupon I set out walking. I passed Madame Toussaud's, where a couple hundred people waited in line. ...
... to these important historical events.We all learned heaps.
After this, we headed off to Trafalgar Square where Allie was disappointed to not be able to get up close to the massive Lion statues, roped off for The Tour De France.
We had a break in the cafe at St Martins in the Fields church right in the square. The cafe is very unique, it is in the basement and the area is right on tops of real crypts, so quite unusual.We couldn't decide whether it was cool or a ...
... Chatsworth Road market and Broadway Market.
I've also explored Harrods which is the largest and most luxurious departments stores I've ...
... to go Sainsbury's local and Waitrose instead (we were very tempted to throw in the towel and just buy them a pub lunch instead).
But we bought fruit, bacon, eggs, christmas mince pies, avocado and loads of fancy bread and made a sort of help yourself breakfast. I think it went pretty well all round. We then made mimosas and smashed three bottles of wine.
We even ...
... on the tour, it took 1.5 hours and was very interesting, there were ver 258 bedrooms, 72 toilets, over 350 staff. We then caught the tube to Clappen Common Station where we meet up with a friend of my mums and Richards. He is a chef that has worked with Jamie Oliver and one of the Rolling Stones, he has opened his own restaurant and currently manages 3 different restaurants in London. His nickname ...
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