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Fortunately with the heating issue fixed we were able to wake to a hot shower. We had to get up relatively early compared to recent times as I had to leave this apartment for my final night in London and had booked a room in a flat across town near the Aldgate East tube station. We packed up and left the apartment by around 9:30am and headed across town. We found a small local cafe to pass the time as we could not check in to the new place till 12pm. ...
We woke up to another balmy London morning today (6 degrees). It's getting difficult to decide which sun hat to wear. Yesterday we excitedly made our way to see the changing of the guard at Buckingham Palace with assurances it would be at 11.15 from our Lonely Planet. Lo and behold it was not on. St James. Park and the grounds were lovely to explore nevertheless and provided prime selfy-taking opportunities (see photos attached). We then walked up to the Big Ben which ...
... and we would get a narrative about that site; also, there were additional recordings that went into each site in greater detail. One walked at their own pace and there was no rush. For the few that are not experts on Stonehenge, it was built around 2,500 b.c. - by who, is still not known. It served as a temple for the burial mounds that were located all around it some as far away as a half mile. The temple was built by hauling the ...
... felt a peacefulness come over us, within the park was a commemorative wall filled with goosebump on top of goosebump! See the pics attached. Sophie and I finished off the night by sneaking off into oxford street for some clothes shopping while Anna and Antonio went home to bed (we all have sore throats and blocked noses but the drive to shop was too strong in some of ...
... and comes with HP sauce on the side and I swear they made this sauce just for bacon sandwiches. It's the perfect compliment of flavors. HP sauce is kind of like a more vinegary A1 sauce...that's the closest I can think of. Yum yum yum. With our energy up we decided to go to the British Museum. It's strange, most museums here are free but it's about 20 pounds to see the inside of a church. This museum is absolutely gorgeous, with an amazing roof and main entry and the design of ...