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Bus to the department stores - galeries Lafayette, mainly did some browsing, had coffe end found a french puzzle for freddy. Home for a nap for the boys. Lisa - french pharmacy to stock up on beauty products. Evening - walked through st germain to the jardins du Luxembourg. Walked back through the cute laneways of st germain, reminiscing about our first trip to paris where we stayed at hotel la perle in st germain. Dinner at Atlas in rue Buci - beautiful brasserie ...
... restaurant we had observed packed with Muslims the night before and tonight it was almost empty upstairs with a wedding party downstairs but upon entering we were barely acknowledged and, after sitting for some minutes without any attention but diverted by the entrance of some beautifully traditionally dressed women and a young girl going downstairs to the wedding, we felt offended and unwelcome and chose to leave. Instead we ate in ...
... whizzed through the iconic sights of Buckingham palace. Big Ben and Harrods. We walked all the way from Westminster to Kensington which is where Harrods is took us almost an hour. At Harrods we had scones and tea which was really nice the price was not it cost around 13 pounds just for tea and two scones but oh well it is Harrods.
The next day we wanted to check out the museums and our first stop was the British Museum the ...
... went through the story of when Jesus was born with an act in the middle of a jester doing tricks. It was really nice to go back to the real reason we celebrate Christmas and what is actually important – our families, our friends and showing them all how much we care.
Afterwards I decided to do some exploring. I walked around Westminster and pretty much froze but it was a wonderful day and I’m glad I made the effort despite the ...
... And because we apparently needed more exercise, we went on a walking tour of Derry with one of the most amazing local guides I have ever had the privilege of meeting. We were treated to a insightful, sensitive and information tour of Derry and the troubles it has faced due to the religious divide of Northern Ireland. It was a fantastic tour that brought some of the more emotional of us to the brink of tears. Feeling suitably physically and emotionally exhausted, we headed ...