London Outpost of Bovey Castle
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Having packed and re-packed at least 3 times in the couple of days leading up to the departure date, my huge rucksack included everything you could possibly imagine, including essentials like clothes and books but also random items like solar powered battery chargers and 200 pencils! As I drove with my parent's, sister and boyfriend from Cardiff to …
... worked tirelessly throughout the war - often working from 8am to 3am. Apparently a rather grumpy boss, he was nevertheless admired by his staff, the nation and people around the world.
The museum definitely left me with a deeper understanding and appreciation of Winston Churchill.
Following my visit to the War Rooms I took a walk down the Thames en route to the Globe Theater. I ended up flitting down a random street for lunch which, it turns out, was ...
... what the outcome was....tickets were selling out fast, to the point where there were none left for any of the popular shows. We queued outside the theatre where Phantom of the Opera was, as people may sell their tickets here if they can no longer make it. We had no luck, so walked towards the centre of Leicester Square again. It was here we saw 2 men selling tickets for Book of Morman, the show which was in the top 10 and had received great reviews. We took a risk, not knowing ...
... for a couple hours. I get to the bathroom, and the toilet is squarish, looks kinda funny but it's cool, and flushing is operated by a tiny little black button in the wall. I like these better than those auto flush toilets back home, with whacked out sensors that are always flushing at the wrong time.
In the mall, Everything is pretty much like you'd expect at any airport, though none of the restaurants look appetizing here at all. I ...
So on another bright, sunshiny day, we hopped a train to Windsor to see the primary residence of the current monarch. Granted, the original Round Tower is from the Norman Period, but most of the current buildings are Tudor or later. As we headed to the castle entrance, I noticed that the Royal Standard was flying from the top of the Round Tower. SHE was there! We had no glimpse of her,though and no invite to tea..lol! We did see ...
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