The Vicarage Hotel
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... Once we got on the train, we headed to the theatre to see
The Lion King, one last time! Again it was amazing. We were sitting in the
front row of the Royal Circle so were quite high up. It was interesting to see
it from this angle and to see the differences between the London and Australian
versions. We then walked back to the hotel to relax for a while. We decided to
head down to Piccadilly Circus to find some dinner ...
... and ensure that you make the most of your trip.
To visit Windsor Castle itself one needs to purchase tickets. If your tour operator has not already done this for you or if you are planning a trip on your own, booking entry tickets online can save you a considerable hassle and prevent you from wasting a lot of time. Depending on whether the Royal Apartments are open for viewing or not, ticket prices may vary. There are also different ...
... for entertainment.
There were 17,000 props made for the Harry Potter movies. Keep firmly in mind the humongous quantity of man(woman)power that went into creating those 17,000 props, not the stage sets, just the props; the single and group meetings devoted to the thinking up of, the design of, the drawing of, the building of, the painting of, the lighting of . . . and then, except for the small number saved ...
Wrapping things up... Day 14-18 London-Edinburgh (Scotland)- London Our timing couldn't have been more perfect! This Sunday the Walthamstow (now 'Walthamforest') church celebrated the 1 year anniversary of their being in a new building. We were privileged to be apart of the wonderful celebration and were in for a treat with special performances from their choir, a performance by their children's church as well as some great testimonies from people ...
... down the river by boat. It was a lovely day in London and the sun was shining for a change. Along the river there was many things to see like beautiful old buildings. When we got to Greenwich we found a nice pub to eat some lunch at. We both ordered fish and chips which were nice but the ones we had when we first came to London were better. We then walked around for a bit just exploring the town and came across the Greenwich ...