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This year I am in London for ANZAC day and have received a ticket to the ANZAC day service at Westminster abbey. I'm excited and feel that this is a good event to go to, seeing as I was at Gallipoli last year.
I arrived early and was taken in through security, this included a passport check, bag check and metal detector walk through.
The whole area was **** down and tourists were wandering by looking confused as to why the ...
... so I can't see that it is actually Craig's sceptre, but it is the only thing of that shape and so, without really thinking, I grab it. No sooner are we out of the arrivals area than Craig takes a close look at the wrapping on the stick and sees that it looks different than when we first wrapped it. ****!!! It is someone else's walking stick.
Getting the thing back to the luggage carousel takes over an hour as security does not want to let us ...
We were all up and moving pretty quickly this morning. Back on the tube and over to Kensington Palace.
The rain started as we were on our way. A lot of good bringing a rain coat is when I left it at the apartment and I was the one watching the weather forecasts and suggested bringing them in the first place. Oh what a good son I have as he gave me his. It ...
... were visited, infact we visited every area of they place, which took us a good seven hours. We loved going through the caves of bats and the butterfly rooms, where beautiful butterflies and moths fluttered around our ears and landed on flowers beside us. Our feet absolutely ached at the end of the day but it was still an hours walk back. Nic made fish and salad for tea and we retired to bed with books early. A good ...
We were up and at 'em pretty early today, as Bob, Josh and I had 10:30 tickets for the London Eye, and it takes an hour to get there. Michael took us to to the train station, where delays forced us to initiate a different route and then walk hurriedly to get there on time, but we made it! The 443 foot tall London Eye provides a fabulous all around view of London. Although I am fearful of heights, and previously chose not to go up when we were here with Will in ...