The Greyhound Carshalton
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Been a tough two weeks following each day's anniversary of our wonderful trip.
Today a year ago we flew home and here we were before setting off for San Fran airport.
Despite the year since I'm so lucky to have these memories.
Night my darling xx
... He inserted many jokes here and there, jokes that you know he must've told hundreds of times and still rejoices in the fact people laugh, every time. The tower is amazing!! Like wow! This is exactly what I wanted! British history, real buildings, spikes, jewelry, armors, sculptures, crosses... The tour ended in the chapel, and I ran over to the Crown Jewels exhibition. And wow!!! It has to be the single most stunning exhibition I've ever seen. Gold and diamonds and gemstones in ...
... and some delicious carrot cake. It was different with rather large pieces of nuts and raisins and I had a lovely Earl Grey Tea. Than we wandered down to St. Pancras - asked about Paris Metro tickets and found out we had to buy once we go through customs Sunday morning and than we walked about two blocks to Regent's Canal.
We had wanted to ride bikes along the canal but we couldn't find any Barclay bikes (mostly due to construction I think ...
... Abbey in the afternoon but had the gate closed on us when we were right at the top of the line. Better luck tomorrow. 12th August We headed off for another big day thinking we were very organised. Our first stop was Buckingham Palace to see the Changing of the Guards, but we had the wrong day, it only takes place every second day. Next we tried the Queens Gallery to be told we couldn't see that until 3pm, so we moved on to the Queens Mews. Hoorah we finally ...
... in the right direction.
We ventured to Madame Tussauds today and were completely snap-happy in there, taking photos of anything and everything. The wax figures were amazing, but I must say Morgan Freeman was my standout favourite as his likeness was uncanny, especially his facial expression.
We had lunch a Patisserie Valerie, a french patisserie. Our lunch was delicious but our dessert, ...