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... with the same name.. Anyway I made it :)
Once I got to Hampton Court Station I crossed a bridge over the Thames to Hampton Court Palace.
I took so many photos as I just loved it! One day I will own a castle, if it doesn't look like this one I will have to knock it down and rebuild, just like King William did when he moved in! Him and the Queen were going to demolish the whole palace but due to a lack of funds (clearly not very good with ...
... perfect opportunity to visit while staying so close.
Nathan and Traci have been to Hampton Court twice before, however, our last trip was about 12 years ago. Today provided an opportune time to show Kate and Roy this beautiful and intriguing place as well as refresh our own memories.
Although still a royal palace Hampton Court has not been inhabited by a royal family since the 18th century. However, it is a beautiful, well maintained ...
Today is the start of the ATP World Finals series. The male players that finish in the top 8 of the ATP at the end of the year come to London for a week of round robin matches before a final is played out and the ATP winner is crowned.
This year Federer is chasing the No. 1 crown and could take it from Djokovic depending on how the games go. Marian and I bought day ...
Saturday was the first of only 2 full days I had in London, so my plan was to tackle as much of the basics as I can on that day, and have a more relaxed Sunday. My parents had been to London so I used their knowledge and maps to build an itinerary, which I then re-arranged a bit once I checked the opening times of some of the attractions I had picked - especially the ones at the beginning and end of the day. Although I had planned to visit a friend here, her housing situation ...
... of London we got off and did tour seeing the armouries the jewels the swords etc very interesting and worth the stop from here we then did a boat trip up the Thames with explanations of sights from crew members disembarking back at the wheel. Re boarded bus again and made our way to Victoria station where we disembarked to have lunch at a little pub called Shakespeare - nice lunch cod & chips, pie & peas and the guys ...