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... a young Princess Elizabeth, visiting the model village with her sister and the Queen Mother. On my visit, there were children of all ages and even a few of us older children - all enjoying the spectacle mightily. The village represents all walks of life and is beautifully maintained.
I left there in the early afternoon and took the train back to London, whereupon I set out walking. I passed Madame Toussaud's, where a couple hundred people waited in line. ...
... the Museum - had to sit - so had a coffee and my apple (so good). This place is SO massive! Spent several hrs here viviting every exhibit - exhausting. Heading home decided to just hop on a bus, go to the end and return, just for the heck of it and to see some of suburbia while resting my feet - method in my madness. This little venture saw me reach Clapton Pond via Hackney. Passing through some torrential rain, thunder n lightening. I saw on tonight's news that ...
... it was madness. But luckily as they were doing crowd control outside the event, it wasn't too busy inside.
Ate another true German sausage.. always sounds so wrong, drunk some mulled wine and went on a few rides and played some carnival games- was pretty fun times!
Katie's cousin is really nice- very untravelled but still very nice... dunno if I would say the same about his friends, but they were ok.
Laurence decided to go out again... that boy is on a mission.
... other, window shopped then left the lanes and wondered back along the foreshore past the grand hotel famous for being bombed years ago and the massive Hilton hotel. The Labour Party were holding a conference at one of the hotels so a few police and tv peoples about.. Walked down to where you could see the burnt wreck of the first pier. From there we headed onto the pier. It was fairly busy, noisy and fun to look at. Lots ...
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