The Anchor Hotel
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... journey has sadly come to an end. We are writing this final entry on the plane ride home. We have had an incredible experience traveling through England, and have spent some time with some amazing people. We particularly enjoyed our days walking the Northumberland Coast, our time in Edinburgh, and seeing the famous sights and parks in London. Even though we saw many places, there is still so much to see. England is a place that we would definitely like to return to in the future. ...
... find anything less than Extreme Hold hairspray when I bought some last week at Sainsbury's!--to the Prince of Wales Theatre. When we booked our tickets, we were more excited about getting to see The Book of Mormon than anything else, but after a few weeks, it dawned on me that the theatre was the same one where The Beatles performed in the 1963 Royal Variety Performance in front of the Queen Mother and Princess Margaret. This was the ...
... It’s a true story about 3 body builders who torture a rich Colombian man into signing over everything he owns to them. It’s so ridiculous that they even flashed up on the screen to say that it was still a true story when one of them is barbequing some severed hands to get rid of the fingerprints. If you haven’t seen the film or know the story then look it up as it’s the most bizarre thing I’ve ever heard of. The Rock ...
... find it difficult to believe that they Are the real Crown Jewels. I mean, I know it's the Tower of London, but shouldn't they be in a bank vault or something?
always get a shiver when I see tower green, the place where so many people lost their heads, including the enigmatic Anne Boleyn. Getting the feeling that I'm a fan of the Tudors? Yes, correct.
There was one tower call the broad arrow. Gave us all ...
... br> Palace. Now Buckingham Palace really does make one say “Wow”, and then “wow” and then “wow”
We arrived at Buckingham Palace an 1 hour
and 15 minutes before the changing of the guard ceremony was due to commence and already
there was a large crowd. No front row
seats available against the gates, but we managed to watch the whole grand fair