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... churches left in London.Went inside to see that Oliver Cromwell was married there and John Milton and Daniel Defoe lived nearby.A thespian connection too apparently. remnants of Roman city wall adjacent along with tombstones embedded in seating..most illegible due to age.decided to visit the police museum.Wandered in and two lovely chaps let us into it. Not officially open but I guess we looked honest enough..newspaper reports and PM ...
... I have observed in London that we don't necessarily see in Adelaide due to the existence of dry zones and accessibility to beaches, is that it is not uncommon to see massive amounts of people in the grasslands/reserves chilling on hot days with a bit of grog in groups or even sun baking in bikinis on the grass******
Piccadilly Circus and London's China town were the final stops of the day for another sneaky beer or two and a bit of traditional Chinese food ...
... way. David stoked about that. I was the doubter. Came up on to Westminster bridge for my first view of Big Ben and Parliament buildings. Most impressive. Then over bridge and round the corner and there was the Abbey. Pinch me! Kept on for a couple of blocks and while we found St Matthews, we could not find entrance until we finally spotted a little notice to tell us that the entrance to the accommodation was round the corner in ...
... I'm waiting for the day when the leash is finally broken and people can truly let go and scream!
Thanks so much to all of you who have stuck with me on this journey and been reading and commenting! I'm sure I will jet off into the sunset as soon as time and money allows, there are still many places (far flung islands in particular) that I want to go to, and when I do I shall blog about them too :D
Lots of love!
... under the huge trees. Although autumn is a favourite tourist time, Christmas and New Year are also fun in London. If you are visiting London during the festivals, make sure you plan a trip to the Finnish Church as well. Most obligatory days and festivals are celebrated with much fervor and energy here. Even if you get a chance to visit the Finnish Church in autumn, there's enough reason for you to celebrate. The fairs and festivals at ...
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