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... sure cool to see some of animals, but on the other they were on or nearby certain sets and the crowds around made it a bit difficult to get good pictures.
It would take me forever to describe everything, but some of I've included some of my favorite pictures with this post. And by favorites... I mean A LOT of pictures. Some of the things we saw include...
- The Great Hall
- The Gryffindor Common ...
... before parting ways.
It was a lovely catch up and I'm sad I left it as long as I did.
I then found a secondhand shop. Now this is my big weakness, and the shopkeeper said it really well.
"You get the whole what-if-it's-not-here-next-time feeling and end up walking out with more books than you planned to"
... store. We walked in through the cosmetic and fragrance department and music was pumping from the sound system. I looked at the price tag on a thin tee shirt and it was £165 or $230!!! No way could we afford to shop there but I did use the loo there.
We had tickets to the Book of Mormon show at the West End. Once again we were cutting it fine by under estimating the travel time. We picked up our tickets for the matinée session ...
... my feet are blistered. Sketchers tip Jean if you get them, wear socks with them as they rub a bit or mine do at least. Here is a list of what we have visited, viewed, ogled at, marvelled at and admired around London Town today. Tower bridge,,walked over it, London tower, the gherkin, Southbank, Piccadilly Circus, Leicester square, Regent Street, Buckingham palace for the changing of the guards, ( Alan had prime viewing, Spider-Man scaled a wall and sat atop with movie camera ...
... straightforward with the flight and the 3 hour hop to London went quickly, getting to the Novotel at Heathrow and finding it actually had a small pool which was a bonus. We headed to the Crowne Plaza across the road as Andy had found they have an Indian restaurant, Eriki, which was definitely a cut above your average curry house. Great to have the nations's favourite dish, curry, to celebrate our return to the UK.