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... Palace, which is where the royal carriages etc are kept. That was actually a really awesome thing to see. I am so glad we went! One of the carriages there took 7 years to make and the wheels were done by a performance car place. That's how high tech they are. There were also a couple of horses in the stable too, so we said hello to them.
We had a coffee over the road, just to keep our stamina up a bit. While ...
... that they could cut my wrist off and slip it on. Lovely girls. They really were.
The show begins. Bit of banter, then out walks Graham with a beard.
I thought - goodness he grew that quick since I saw him on tv last Friday.
Athena didn't know who he was. Now she does. She laughed more than me. Loves him.
The cast of The Avengers: Age of Ultron was on.
Mark Ruffalo, Jeremy Renner and the younger sister ...
... br> Up again the next morning to have breakfast and catch the bus back to the airport. They tried to find our bags and said they had found two of the three. Upon arriving in Halifax, we found that Jacob's bag was the one in absentia. Air Canada has called since then to say it has arrived and to arrange its delivery.
While a part of us would like to be continuing the trip, it is also nice to get back home and back to the routine here. ...
... 8211; If Manhattan is your destination try to search for a hotel or accommodation that is within its perimeter of 2 miles or it will be outside the district. There are numerous hotels that cater to all types of travellers from the super-rich to those on a budget. You could conduct an Internet search and find one that matches your budget and suits your travel plans when you are in the city.
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... Eye. On the one hand, the wind was making it bitterly cold, but on the other, keeping moving was keeping me warm, so I continued on across Westminster Bridge and onto Victoria Embankment. I'd forgotten just how many people use the Embankment for running - must be annoying for them to have to constantly dodge tourists. I headed past the Battle of Britain memorial, the RAF memorial and Cleopatra's Needle, a 21 meter, 224 ton Egyptian obelisk, brought here ...