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... and then we headed to the shops. Still looking for handbags that were in my price range but to no avail I decided to settle for a pair of shoes instead (my first purchase of anything for myself). A little more browsing around the shops and then it was time to meet up with the others for lunch. Burgers for lunch and then some shopping ...
We are onto our second country and still having a wonderful time! I have to say we both were a bit apprehensive about how much we would like London as we fell in love with Paris! But it's safe to say London is amazing too!!! It's nice to be able to speak English again and have everyone completely understand you! It's funny how similar UK is to Australia, from the people, the road rules, people actually follow the street signs and lights! There was ...
... on my bday last week so it's a 2-in-1).
We've also ventured back out to Greenwich (LDN: 'gren-itch') for their weekend market. It was a nice eclectic group of people with food and nicnac vendors. We also walked into parts of Greenwich University and checked out the Greenwich Maritime Museum. VanCity's just doesn't even compare to this Maritime Museum - it's an insult to even have them in the same sentence. Agan: LOVE that it was free!!
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The movers showed up at 8.15 while we were down the road getting coffee and croissants. We weren't ready for their arrival so the first hour was rather hectic. They finished by 12.15 and we were left with an empty but dirty house. Commence cleaning... After a fab dinner at the Lally's house we borrowed some bedding and camped out in our empty ...
... is 930 years old and was built by William the conqueror between 1078 and 1098 (1).
We got a tour by the Yeoman Guard but the locals called them Beefeaters because in those days many people couldn't afford beef and they could. The guard had a ER on his tunic and he told us it means extremely romantic but it actually means Elizabeth Regina.
We visited an impressive armory which had King Henry the ...