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... height: 25.5599994659424px;">But it was awesome, we had some bagels and fruit and then walked around to a bookshop to find a thing about McBusted.
A put stop for m&ms and then we sat in Leicester Square planning the next few trips to London to hang out. And me to Birmingham.
It was so good! But then yknow...work.
Lisa xo ...
... garden cemeteries.
Tower Bridge (built 1886–1894) is a combined bascule and suspension bridge which crosses the River Thames. It is close to the Tower of London, from which it takes its name.
The River Thames flows through southern England. It is the longest river entirely in England and the second longest in the United Kingdom, after the River Severn.
London Bridge refers to several historical bridges that have spanned the River Thames ...
... process itself is carried out in stages
with analysis, cleansing, exfoliation to remove dead cells, followed by removal
of blackheads. After this a facial mask is applied with a facial massage next
and protective cream and toners are applied. At the end of the treatment the client
is instructed in ways to take care of their skin.
Treatment: The massage is one of the oldest and
perhaps the most popular choice ...
... in the pictures, the detail of the architecture was absolutely stunning, really an amazing masterpiece. Anyway, I ended up finding the boat tour ticket line and made my purchase for it as well as the London Eye.
The boat ride was something that was definitely worth it, I got to see a tremendous amount of buildings that are a big part of the London skyline, including the London Eye, St. Paul's Cathedral, Shakespeare's Globe Theater, The Shard, Charing Cross Station, ...
... phrase "sent to the Tower". Despite its enduring reputation as a place of torture and death, popularised by 16th-century religious propagandists and 19th-century writers, only seven people were executed within the Tower before the World Wars of the 20th century. Executions were more commonly held on the notorious Tower Hill to the north of the castle, with 112 occurring there over a 400-year period. In the latter half of the 19th century, institutions such as the Royal Mint moved ...