County Hotel Woodford
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... torture devices were presented in a tasteful and reserved manner :p. But that seems to sum up most of my intake of London, tasteful and reserved. To cap off the evening we saw a broadway production of Charlie and the Chocolate Factory at the west end! How amazing! I'm still awed by the created way they managed to being so many things to the stage! My favorite show to date for the costumes, set, technology, and pure imagination ...
... and he knew everything there was about Harry Potter. We walked all over London, including a tube ride to take us to another area of London to see the inspirations for Nocturn Alley and Diagon Alley. It was a great tour...so much fun! We have been fortunate to have excellent tour guides on all of our guided tours so far. Next on the agenda was a lunch stop at a local pub near the Tower of London. We are really enjoying the atmosphere and charm of these ...
... place around the corner called The Chill Bar was our destination. Drinks in London were expensive but it wasn't before long phil and I were dancing away and watching little break dance competitions forming….man people here know how to move haha Day one in London completed…lots of rest was going to be needed for the next day. So Many Sights to See- Saturday 28th June Today was the big sightseeing day. We managed to purchase what they call ...
... my usual phone with me. We spent a very pleasant couple of hours with them in a pub, said goodbye and then walked through Admiralty Arch and down the Mall back to the hotel. We walked through St James Park where it was quite bizarre to see lots of blue and white striped deck chairs set up for hire. Tonight we're heading back to St Martins in the Field to hear Handel's Messiah by candlelight and tomorrow morning we off to the Tower of ...
... and near to that there are two bookstores I had been wanting to go to since we arrived. I made my way from Oxford Circus to Savile Row, and within minutes I began to recognize my surroundings from the depressing 1970 film "Let it Be" which chronicled the death throes of The Beatles. 3 Savile Row, at the end of the street, was the location of the last public performance The Beatles gave--up there on the rooftop, hidden from view but plainly heard ...