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... the same size as the show, with all the rides and sideshows, but beautifully Christmas themed with all of the stalls in the shape of little wooden huts and selling gorgeous things. The food was all Christmas and German themed, and best of all, the admission was free!! While at Winter Wonderland I finally picked up an excellent winter coat which I'm thrilled about and will give me a much better chance of coming home with all of my extremities intact! Until next time! ...
... Clink Street, the ruins of Winchester Castle and on the check out the (new) Globe Theatre. Ethan has had a surprising amount of "fun" facts from school....nice to know kiddies these days are learning something! Yesterday, we had WW2 facts and today Globe Theatre tit bits. The Tate Gallery seemed to offer more laughs then insight with the rather verbose descriptions on the meanings of the arty dots and spots. I admit that some ...
... for us to sit in a spot where we have watched touching and heartbreaking moments unfold over the years. We enjoyed the music and choir for well over an hour and left feeling we had experienced an extra special time in the Abbey. On another day we took in the colorful Changing of the Guard and heard them play the theme song from Game of Thrones! The Queen must be a fan! Seeing Buckingham Palace up close was awe inspiring and I believe I saw a drape move ...
... the years, it's the place where all the British Monarchs have been crowned. It attracts over 500,000 visitors each year, and has been the sight of many royal weddings as well as many funerals, including that of Princess Diana in 1997. There are 3,300 bodies entombed beneath the abbey, marked by some amazing monuments including one of the most fragile of Edward the Confessor, as well as Queen Mary I and her successor (and rival sister) Queen Elizabeth I, who are buried together ...