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... the gift shop. Eek.. bought quite a lot of souvenirs here! A long walk took us to Hyde Park where we had a delightful lunch on the river watching the swans, ducks and people swimming and boating on the Serpentine Lake. It was much cleaner and nicer smelling than the Thames. Strolling back through the park we walked through the southern flower garden and enjoyed an interlude with a cute squirrel who was sure we had ...
... brother and his family) who were arriving one week after us. We spent our week splurging out with the purchase of a camper van, riding the tube literally everywhere and wining and dining with friends all over town. We even had time to enjoy a birthday drink, it's so good to enjoy a nice drop of wine again! We were quick to realise why London is so popular to travel to and live at with friends and family back home. The lifestyle is very sociable, with ...
... sit in which was nice...but drinks were ridiculously over priced. After sitting down for about half an hour our flight was called and were asked to go to passport control...this seemed a little strange as there was still about an hour half to go till our flight. We headed down to discover that passport control was the entrance to our gate, and our gate as a small room with very few chairs to hold the 200 odd passengers expected. Even stranger was that ...
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