The Apartments By The Sloane Club
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... the morning upon our return to London two weeks from now. I can prebook tickets online with a reserved time and a cheaper price than buying them on the day of.
Now it was getting close to the time we needed to be at our musical a few tube stops away. So, off we went, stopping at Tesco for some bottled water and treats for the play. We had seats way up in the balcony in the top row centre. However, they were really great seats, and only cost us £19 each. The musical was ...
... not need any dinner - even Luke, so Rachel took Simon & Luke for a walk to Shoreditch - her old haunt from January - we had to cross the Thames at Tower Bridge and we had to wait as the bridge had to lift as a tall boat was going upstream. It was impressive site seeing how the bridge sides rose so quietly and quickly ( it has been modernised since 17??). Simon asked the bridge worker ( not sure what you call a bridge raiser) how often etc. The boats ...
... else in the world sells it".
In the afternoon we went to Madam Tussauds...after paying through the nose...we entered.
(Hamish) We didn't do the chamber of horrors or screams - everyone was too scared. We got our picture taken with One Direction and the Queen. We liked seeing the 4D movie at the end.
(Isla) Audrey Hepburn was my favourite.
Finished the day, by catching up with Donna for dinner at Tower Hill.
After a beautiful 12 hours of sleep - we got right back after it today! The rest was much needed and the jet lag has just about completely gone away. The fact that every muscle in my body hurts - I feel like that will never go away.
So a beautiful hotel restaurant breakfast, with more french butter - I wish I could smuggle some home - we hit the streets in search of the tube.
"The tube ...
... much better then. And I don't remember its being so expensive. I took a few photos, but absolutely everyone was doing selfies, or "amusing" poses with all the models. Terry was getting a bit cranky, as he couldn't get close enough to read the signs or look at the people properly.
Came home again at rush hour. Went around to the beigel shop on Brick Lane and bought up big. Paddy loved their Salt Beef Beigel, and both boys will go out later tonight for another one.