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Travel Blogs from London
... on sitting through it twice. My verdict - it totally rocked, and I've done some very cool stuff lately.
Lucy met Tinkerbell, Shrek and Hermoine from Harry Potter, plus of course lived up to her pussycat persona by going to London to visit the Queen.
A fairytale ending to a great adventure, literally. See you all next week, back in the real world.
... corner, people laughing and swigging pints out on the sidewalks; mazes of food stalls and kiosks spread out in every direction; every kind of cuisine i can think of sizzles and pops and melds together in one big, messy, yummy aroma. It is visual, auditory, and olfactory overload. But when everything looks interesting, nothing sticks out. And i have no patience to pick out specifics with my camera; no snapshots at all for the moment - i am strangely visually uninspired in the face ...
... went for some Krispy Kreme between tours... Nom nom nom. Next up we jumped on our next tour coach for Bath. It took a little while to get there but it was worth it, it is such a beautiful little town, the sun was shining there was music playing in the park and the baths looked beautiful. From here we visited the little town of Lacock where we had an early lunch in a little pub, the landlord came out and gave us all ...
Well, we are tourists!! Started the day off fighting the crowds to see the changing of the guards at Buckingham Palace. It was way hot and way crowded, but we got to see a little bit.
Afterwards wer walked through Hyde Park towards Westminster Abbey. We stopped to see and feed a pair of black swans and their duck friends. we saw the famed pelicans too!
... br> snuggled a small roll and orange and dropped them into my backpack when I
thought no one was looking. While
walking through the lobby, I checked in at the Cosmos desk and got instructions
for the group departure. I also
found out the group is made up of 27 travelers, so with a bus that has a
capacity of nearly 50, I should have room to spread out.
I made my way to High Street Kensington Underground and
caught the District Line to ...