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... the familiar streets.
The next stop (after much looking in souvenir shops and a long, detoured walk by the river) was Madamme Tussaud's. The kids had no idea what to expect and Ben had never been there so it was lovely to hear everyone so excited about seeing the realistic wax figures of their favourite celebrities, sport stars and historical figures. We spent lots of time photographing everyone. The highlight for Alex was of ...
... I was able to walk the upper walkways and see a great view of London from both sides, as well as some of the neat history they had about the bridge along the walkways. I, for one, did not know that originally in Victorian London there was only one bridge for commerce, the London Bridge, and that this bridge was proposed because London Bridge was literally falling down from all the traffic moving across it daily. The other thing I didn't know about the ...
... to meet them tomorrow evening for a drink.
We then headed back home again and after hearing that Pip and the girls were off to see a musical I tried my hand at finding cheap West End tickets for this evening. And find I did....Zoe and I have just got back from seeing Mama Mia in Covent Garden. It was super, fantastic, we sang along to all the ABBA songs and danced at the end.
Hopping into bed with a huge smile on my face.
Love and smiles,
... lizards in the room - Waking up to the sound of waves - Not hearing the news - Ice coffees - Wearing flip flops - £2 Massages and pedicures on the beach - The bread van - 7/11 shops, especially Ham and cheese toasties - Lazing around in Hammocks - Cooking classes - Getting so excited when we find a shop that sells chocolate - Bright colours everywhere, especially people's clothes - Smells; incent sticks, food cooking, ...
... a chance of rain, but that didn't come either. As we got closer and closer, Juls happy-holiday-face took hold...a complete smile, eyes trying to soak up every piece of architecture, history and natural beauty. Eva and Liam took a few seconds longer to really twig at what they were looking at, with the balcony being the thing that locked on the recognition (which for Liam meant, "This is where they stand and look up at the aircraft that fly past leaving their coloured ...