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This question I am only just beginning fathom. It felt like we had walked from one side of the UK to the other and we hadn't actually made it into the City Centre. Hence we discovered the Tube and the bus services as means of transport today to save our feet for tomorrow. We did however manage to walk our feet through Buckingham Palace. Truly The best Palace i've ever been to. Stephen was worried about what to wear; in ...
... uniformly spectacular canvas. I simply stroll through aimlessly, my hunger growing, but unable to settle on one craving. Above this, i am unwilling to come halfway around the world to end up just grabbing a gyro from a street vendor. Strolling beyond the cacophonic perimeter, over a picturesque canal, the neighborhood turns visibly more posh, upscale, residential, Upper West Side-ish; this is Primrose Hill. Shops, restaurants, and pubs grow more sparse in favor of lovely ...
... of the town whilst we waited for our meals... A delicious pasta with tomato and Mediterranean vegetables. We the. Did a little walking tour of Lacock including the Harry Potter sites such as Slughorns house and the Potter house, couldn't see and destruction though, silly muggle I am! We then drove up to Stonehenge. We visited it when it was closed and was able to have the area all to our group. We also got to go ...
... was fantastic! Again, very crowded, but still a peaceful place.
Big Ben is right across the street, so of course, he hit that too.
It was super hot in London - 90+ degrees! the boys were ok to go on to Trafalger Square after hitting a McD to get some drinks.
We ended the day with a super yummy (and expensive!!!) indian dinner.
... br> I made my way down to Buckingham Palace area. The Royal Mews wasn't open until 10am. Therefore, I wandered down to the main
gates of the Palace and scouted out a suitable site to watch the changing of
the guards. The roped off areas
and gates were in the process of being set up, so I still had time to
kill. As a result, I walked back
down to the Mews and was the first group to be let in. Saw various interesting items there
including the ...