London Premier Notting Hill
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... Stone (119 steps) and Golden (152 steps) Galleries. As you would expect the staircases became narrower and narrower. We did not do the climb to the last gallery as we were running out of time and YES it was a stretch on the thighs and calves for our first outing of the trip. We could have done it though. As with such climbs the trip (hopefully not) down is in some ways more difficult than the climb up. Have included a picture proving we got to the ...
... to Oxford street where Laura did a bit of shopping. After dinner back at the hotel, we went to see "Lord of the Dance - Dangerous Games" at the Dominion Theatre. It was an excellent show with amazing dance routines and special effects! We then took the tube back to our hotel. The weather here has not been very good the last few days with lots of heavy rain. Some of the tube stations were closed today because of ...
... tram and a cable car that took you to the bottom back at the beach. Great views from this cable car and we did a return trip. At the top they have recently discovered a Bronze Age ore mine that is apparently older than stone henge. Conny was next with a walled city and another castle. A little village we passed Llanrwst had a small old tea room beside a river and bridge it was very nice. Lastly was Trevor where the Pontcysyllte aqua duct was built in 1795. ...
... also spent quit a bit of time exploring the historic Spitalfields Markets, which were great. It was a beautiful day when we left, but it turned cold really quickly this afternoon. We made our way back to Emma and Paul's, and after a quick shower, headed to the local pub, the Stag Head, for dinner. ...
... Mexican themed henna night, wedding and reception.
We will let the photos tell the wedding story below. Be sure to check out the 'professionals' in the reception dance (not bad for something we learnt in 24 hours!) Thanks to the wonderful choreography of Amar and Ashish - and their amazing YouTube tutorials, we became Bollywood experts overnight!