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... player and also a mime. We walked back over the bridge to catch the bus to go to the Tower of London to catch the River Thames (pronounced Tims) Riverboat. It was a pleasant ride with the guide pointing out buildings on the shore. After our boat ride, we went back on the bus and headed to the Gift Shop at Buckingham Palace (it isn't in Buckingham Palace but in that area), so Jan could get more souvenirs for their grandchildren. Back on the bus and then on one ...
... all beautified for the wedding.
The wedding started at 4:30pm and was being held in Kew Gardens. As we were driving over to the gardens in the taxi, it started raining. Luckily though, as we arrived it stopped and the sun came out, just in time.
The wedding ceremony was held in the Nash Conservatory, which was built for Buckingham Palace. Sue looked stunning and her groom looked as pleased as punch, I don't think he stopped grinning the whole time. The ceremony ...
... on building houses.
Before lunch I headed into central London and met up with Louise from South Africa. She was also just recently arrived into London so it was nice to catch up with her since I hadn’t seen her since 2010 when I met her and her sister Nina on the Italy contiki I did. We had lunch at a buffet in Chinatown which was good and had nice food and all you could eat for 12 pounds, so couldn’t complain. We then walked around London to places ...
... recipes! The dogs are entertaining and Janets’ stories of what they get up to down the park with other dogs and owners were quite funny.
We hit the road with me driving and refueled, shortly after crossing the Humber Bridge,
which, when constructed, was the longest single span cable stayed bridge in the world. It’s now about the 6th GG the Google aficionado, informs me as we tootle along.
I sat on about 70 to 75 mph on ...
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