130 Queen's Gate Apartments
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... either way and we didn't end up seeing much rest of the festival. Of course during the riot I had to loose our wallets. I didn'ttell Harry until he wanted a bit to eat after being arrested. He freaked out. We ran back to the police station and they took us back to the chocolate festival. We ran to the front desk and a nice person had returned them. But, when we looked in the wallet all of our cash was gone. All 313 pounds. Harry and I spent quite a lot of money at the chocolate ...
The day kick started with a tour of Stamford Bridge. Our tour guide, Elvis, took us everywhere and it was amazing. I got to sit under Messi in the oppositions change room, which was minimalists compared to the home change room, which we weren't allowed to sit under, but we saw the jerseys hanging of the legends in the team, including Schwarzer! We then walked out onto the field, making sure we touched the Chelsea logo for good luck, with the mighty ...
It was the London Youth Game's Hall of Fame night tonight. An opportunity to get dressed up, go to a nice venue and enjoy lovely food and wine, and someone else picked up the bill. It was great fun! I haven’t done this since the Cowboys Ball last year.
Tonight’s event was held at Madame Tussada’s Wax Museum on Baker Street. I’ve never been to the wax museum before, and frankly probably would never pay to go as I ...
... based on honesty. From the airport I got the underground train to meet Nat. I brought an "Oyster" card which is a pass card for the train that you can upload money onto. I managed to tube very easily to meet Nat, even had to change a train line. When I exited the train station I got my back stuck in the exit door #lol #amateur. So, today summed up: What I saw: Buckingham palace; Westminister Abbey; Big Ben; London Eye; ...
... cream line giving other tourist a history lesson. Most amazing is the Crown Jewels. This was unbelievable, here we are looking at the Supertunica made in1911 and the Imperial Mantel 1821. The Crown Jewels look the part. They are gloriously ornate, intricately made. Queen Elizabeth wore St Edward's Crown, 1661 at her coronation. The Crown Jewels incorporate some spectacular precious stones. Until the reign of George IV (1820-30), jewels were usually hired, ...