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... more to unfold about the city.
has become a global city with all sorts of development in the field of science
and literature. This is the capital of UK. London has a temperate oceanic
climate. This is vastly urban in nature. The important districts are
Bloomsbury, Mayfair, Wembley and Whitechapel. Docklands is one of the newly
emerged commercial hubs. The West End forms the best recreational and ...
... height: 21.2999992370605px;">We then went back up to Leicester Square to see Daniel at the ticket office and grabbed some tickets for another night for them and one for me.
Talk about a gem! Daniel got me front row Mamma Mia for £21! And now is a nice time to tell you I had a £20 voucher and Sacha owed me a pound.
Mamma Mia for free! Score!
... and coffee shops. This is a less crowded place and hence you can enjoy a lot here.
Mayfair / Knights bridge, London
This is very well-known as London’s most trendy areas. Here you can get to see vey well-maintained old streets and you can also enjoy closeness to the center of the city. This is the reason the place is famous among people for eating, shopping, drinking and music and dance too. This has also resulted into higher rents for ...
... dinner booking. Aunty Tonia and I walked down to Sloane Square and Kings Row and walked around the shops spending quite a bit of our time in Cath Kidson. Back to Harrods on the Duchamp hunt where we saw the memorial to Princess Diana and Dodi. Back to the room to get ready for dinner in Soho in the highly recommended restaurant Yuatcha which provided probably the best meal of our stay in London. Miss you lots and love you more! Mum ...
Another day packed with more activities than we have energy, even though it seems on the surface that we're doing only two activities. We got going early this morning and we arrived at Madame Tussaud's at about 9.30 ready to party with the famous. The crowds were already quite long and we joined the queue. No fast entry despite the fact that we already had tickets. Madame Tussaud's is always good for a visit and this visit was no different. Only the faces of the models had ...