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... is also popularly known as the Tube, and is the oldest underground rail network having been opened in 1863. It has the distinction of being the world’s biggest
metro system and is also the city’s oldest. London’s Tube has 270 stations with a 250 mile
(402 km) track and provides services on eleven lines. Services on the London Underground on all days begin at 05:00am to 01:00am, with the exception of ...
... Angus beef, individual petite cakes, large 4 tier celebration cakes, so so so much delicious, extravagant foods. It was amazing. We walked through Hyde Park and Royal Park. Perfect weather today. We walked for a couple of hours through the parks, visited Prince Albert memorial, then onto Kensington Palace. Knocked on the door but neither Kate, Wills or Harry was home :( Decided to return to Coventry ...
... C******nay, Larry Cherubino, 2011. 3. Ostler, NZ, Pinot noir. 4. Art Series 2009, Leeuwin Estate. Top Ten Experiences; 1. Swimming with Whalesharks, Manta Rays and Dolphins. 2. Lunch at Leeuwin Estate. 3. Seeing Ospreys 4. Cycling round Rottnest Island. 5. Climbing the fire lookout tree in Pemberton. 6. Granite Skywalk 7. Treetop walk. 8. SUPing on Swan River. Top ten wildlife; 1. Willy wagtail. ...
... by the Royal family on August 5. The Poppy is the symbol of the fields of blood spilled across the many Battlefileds of WW1. This is quite a powerful image of the carnage of war.
Tomorrow (30th) we join our Bus Tour where for the next three weeks we’ll be travelling clockwise around England, through Wales, Ireland and Scotland. We timed this trip to see the Tattoo whilst in Edinburgh. At the end of our Tour, we will hire a ...
... resting our feet and preparing for tomorrow's train trip to Oxford. I am very lucky to have a wife that cheerfully endures and indulges me. Not many women would thrill to the idea of being dragged through museums dedicated to subjects she knows nothing about, and cares for even less. I may let her off her leash for a day somewhere that has shops selling handbags and boots. That will probably be the same day I head off with the boys to the Tank Museum at Bovington. Fair ...