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... Aubrey!) But it was the coolest thing to see the busy city with all the street lights and Big Ben in the background.
The moment where it really hit me was walking on the Hungerford Bridge across the Thames River, looking out at the London Eye, Big Ben, and the Thames which seemed to never end. London was so gorgeous, 10 times better at night than during the day. We kept walking around to the sounds of christmas music down the river and saw the Millennium Footbridge, the ...
... Arsenal FC. We started our tour at 1pm, met Charlie George who was one of the legends from the 70's and we were welcomed by him. He was a very affable, easy going man with a quick wit and humour. He took us through the backroom parts of the stadium like the dining areas of the directors, the players change, sauna, massage rooms, physio rooms (and believe it or not they actually have their own xray room), the press interview rooms, a tour of the seating area and pitch, and ...
... being more of a shopping mall with shops lining a little courtyard and the other had rows of stalls where vendors sold handmade items. We ended up finding a really neat picture of Big Ben that we decided to get as our first London souvenir. We also walked through Trafalgar’s Square that afternoon which was full of excellent street performers and once again provided for some excellent people watching.
... here (indeed, they were made here), with them spying heaps of the same breed all over the place.
Her view of events:
He is happy!
- Bacon and eggs for breakfast
- Things are "not so squeezy"
- He can understand what is being said
- They drive on the right side of the road
- No more baguettes!
- He can have dinner at 7 pm (not 9 pm which seemed to be the norm in France and ...
... in the pouring rain! We then went to Hard Rock cafe for lunch- this was the original Hard Rock!
After lunch consisted of a Harry Potter marathon! We went on a walking tour of London to see the locations for the last Harry Potter Films. I saw the location for the Ministry of Magic, Diagon Alley and the Millennium Bridge which was destroyed by the demetors in the last film. I also went to ...