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... health and beauty items, packaged gifts, stationery, housewares, home appliances, furniture, and much more. Up to 300,000 customers visit the shop on peak days, comprising the highest proportion of customers from non-English speaking countries of any department store in London. More than five thousand staff from over fifty different ...
... Ward, where successive monarchs have had their private apartments since the fourteenth century. In the 1170s Henry II rebuilt - in stone instead of wood - the Round Tower, the outer walls of the Upper and most of the Lower Ward, and the Royal apartments in the Upper Ward. In the 1360s Edward III, who was born at Windsor, extended the Castle. He created the immense St. George's Hall for the use of the Knights of his newly founded Order of the ...
Today was the day all had been waiting for, Eton collage. One if not the most famous school in England. After a 2 hour bus ride we arrived at Eton, and first impressions were that it was like its own village. All pupils and teachers have bikes to get around the campus. Eton is a school where they don't offer sports scholarships, they play an annual game at lords the home of cricket against Harword. We bowled first with Eton ...
... going to crave is; Rotis, Banana & Nutella pancakes, curries, fried rice, noodles, Pad Thai, baguettes, noodle soups, exotic fruit (mango, coconuts) - Blue Sky's - Happy people everywhere, no one swearing or fighting - People who don't know you saying hello when you walk past them in the street - Meeting new people - Starting a night out with just the two of you, ending it with a big group of random people of all ...
Oh wowzer, Legoland. We didn't tell the boys we were going today, just told them we were heading to Windsor to see what we could find to do. As we drove they spotted the Legoland signs and remarked how cool it would have been to see it. When we turned into the entry of Legoland they asked together "Are we going to Legoland???" When we said yes, they were just so beside themselves with excitement. Dan said he wasn't sure what emotion to ...