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After breakfast, at 9 am our party of 26 people (previously 36, eight people left the group and went to England directly after the visit to Paris) traveled by bus to Windsor Castle to visit. Along the way we experienced the ...
... they explained if you go right there was stores and a high street and if you veered left toward Upper Street was where there high street was located.
We first journeyed toward their high street which seemed to be like a little shopping mall. We were excited by the huge modern silver piece of art taking up the middle of the entrance. We were excited to explore the many stores that we thought the strip mall housed. Right on the outside ...
... number of seats available for sales on the day for Centre Court and the other main courts so keen / mad fans will queue overnight for tickets. We did not - we were just going to take what we could. At 2pm on Friday afternoon there was no queue and we got ground tickets - the only option. When we arrived Djokovic was playing on Centre Court so we headed to the famous Henman Hill - where you can sit on the grass and watch the match on ...
... beforehand, so we had to rely on our natural navigation instincts. Luckily, it had just finished drizzling and we were completely dry coming back to the hostel.
I'm glad today is a relaxed day before flying to Paris. It is a bitter sweet feeling to leave London so soon. There is just so much to do! I will definitely have to come back here one day.
Next stop Paris!
-- Ryan L.
... and the Band of the Scots Guard. It was very cold, but we stayed till the end. I enjoyed it much more than the boys.
We walked down the Mall, past all the daffodils in St James Park, to Trafalgar Square. Paddy went on ahead as he had a friend to meet. Seamus was hungry, so we went to the cafe at the National Portrait Gallery and stayed to look at all ...