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... west entrance of Westminster Abbey, up Whitehall and took a peak at the well-guarded and well-gated Downing Street, walked a little south and through to St. James Park, walked along the pond towards Buckingham Palace, saw a parade of a band, to Buckingham Palace, back down to Trafalger Square and up to Picadilly Circus, lunch at TGI Friday's, Now it was 3 and our goal was to be at St. ...
I woke up hungover from my work summer party on the boat in the Forth of Firth and we got on the tram out to the airport. The Royal Highland show was on that day (like and A&P show) so we wanted to stay well away from the traffic. The tram worked without a hitch, apart from seeming to take forever to go the last k when the track starts winding into the airport.
Through security, a bit of food and we were away. We arrived at Luton so had a bit of a hike into the ...
... for a little while before deciding that a Cornish pasty seemed like an appropriate breakfast/lunch, it was pretty delicious. I then saw York Minster, which is a big church or cathedral or whichever religious building it is - I can't tell the difference. It's pretty grand looking. I then visited the Viking centre as they have discovered Viking ruins and artefacts under York. Part of it was very odd, you sit in a cart of 2 rows of 3 suspended from the ceiling and are taken through a ...
Well I have come the realization that I can manage being away about 3 weeks and then I loose interest - short attention span perhaps.....am missing home and all its comforts.
We have a great little apartment in Westminster, just behind the barracks.
Lizzy cancelled our cup of tea session as something came up!!! Really rude I thought having come all this way ---LOL
First tourist event was the changing of the guard. Certainly drew a big crowd with lots ...
... Friday night we decided it was time to 'Aussie up’ 385 Durnsford. AJ keeps making us this South African meat stuff which is like marinated in juice and drained in a mini-oven for days so it hardens up. We’ve had a go and it’s just nasty and salty. And really hard to chew. After a heated argument about who had the better food, Coops and I made chicken parmas for all. I heard no complaints. First parma I have had since home. I’m not ...