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... 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.
... by 11.30...what to do..hopped on a bus to Victoria, decided to walk up to Buckingham Palace, wondered what the crowds were gathering for..of course, the Changing of the Guards at 11.. Through Green Park into the underground and headed for Kings Cross Station. This is Harry Potter country and the Waterstons bookshop there has created Platform 9 & 3/4. It is full of HP souvenirs, couldn't get near it, the queue was out ...
... and sniffed as you did the tour to experience what the palace smelt like at certain times.
After exploring the palace we took a stroll through Kensington Gardens up to Hyde Park admiring the open parkland and lakes and visiting the Princess Diana Memorial Fountain. From there we continued through the park to Hyde Park corner where we visited the Australian War Memorial which commemorates the service men and women who served in WWI ...
... Warner Brother Studios, Making of Harry Potter, and toured the entire set and warehouse filled with props, costumes, sketches, basically everything that was in the movies! Saturday we went to Portobello Market and had high tea at the British Museum. I left London having seen everything I had planned and way more. Below is the full list of the sites and places we went to.
-Big Ben and the House of Parliament
... to get stuck in Bogota, I jumped on the plane and kept my fingers crossed that by some chance of fate my bag would somehow arrive in Cartegena. Well, someone was looking down on me that day because lo and behold, it was one of the first few out in Cartegena.
I spotted my name in the arrivals and jumped in the taxi to my host family. The daughter was waiting at the gates with a huge welcoming grin and a massive cuddle ...