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... it in my blog and decided to see it for themselves. Royal copy cats. Next is the changing of the guard. Coming up Constitution Hill road was a procession of about a dozen mounted horsemen dressed in their finest ceremonial clothes. They continue up The Mall and I expected to see them after they had done a warm up lap around the park. It was not to be. Next we hear a marching band dressed in blue, marching down the street followed by over a dozen blokes who picked up their guns ...
... to take a picture with him. He said, “Are you from the United States?” I said, “Yes!” Then he hugged me. Chef Roux talked about his love for the US. Tessa took pictures with my iPhone all the while capturing all my candid expressions sans flash.
After gulping down fresh mussels, plucking snails out of their habitat, and drinking champagne, Tessa and I were driven to Wimbledon’s gate. ...
... to mention the sun came out which is something to treasure here. Also discovered here the very important technique of "I'll take your picture and then you can take mine", just look for a couple in which one is taking a picture of the other because they can't both be in it and get a full photo, and just offer to take one of them together, THEN they take your picture. BOOM! Now you're not stuck with all pictures of your head only. Still, many selfies later it was time to go down. Which ...
... of people! Some had even brought small fold-away seats with them (must visit often!). This exhibition contains all of his artwork, placed in chronological order, in sets of his types of work. It was all quite nice and colourful. It was a nice sunny day, so once back outside, we walked up to St. Paul's Cathedral - a really nice walk across the millennium bridge - with a great view. And in very tourist fashion - we bought some caramel nuts from a street stall! £2 for a cup ...
That should lighten the load a bit and free up some hands!
Might even have some room for shopping.
Then we were off to 487 Vardon Road to catch up with my Uncle and Couz.
It was very special spending the afternoon in their company.
It has always been easy spending time with them, and today was no exception.
Nick cooked up a yummy dinner of roast lamb, and all the trimmings... including ...