Chumleigh Lodge Hotel
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... to view these beasts and often "brought in live cats and dogs" to feed to the animals! All the animals, except the Ravens- huge!- were moved to the zoo in the 1800s when a monkey attacked a child.
We saw the armory in the White Tower along much in the way of horse armor. The dragon is housed in the White Tower. That was obviously Darwin's favorite part of the day!
By then we were tired and hungry so went to ...
... is revealed during the day and the other by the night. The night life of Sydney is indeed a wonderful experience, one that all should enjoy.
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To enjoy the true essence of the city and to get to know the night time of the city it is always best to take up accommodation within the city. There can certainly be no better place than the Sydney Harbour Marriott ...
... be Charlie & the chocolate factory but weren't sure that we wanted to spend our last night at the theatre.
We decided to walk to the theatre and if we could get tickets then we would see it, if not we would have a nice dinner instead.
There were tickets, but Lily wasn't allowed in - she was too young. When I questioned why, they told me that she had to be able to walk out of the theatre herself in the event of a ...
... Just Ed.
I met a German girl there too. She was sitting next to me and it was great fun talking to her. Hopefully we get to catch up again soon :)
So that was my epic Ed night.
I can barely talk from singing and my feet hurt.
Can't get much better than that!
... to Buckingham Palace yep the Queen's at home (right flag up). A few places ticked off the bucket list today.
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Brompton Cemetery Opened June 1840, it is one of Britain's oldest and most distinguished garden cemeteries.
Tower Bridge (built 1886–1894) is a combined bascule and suspension bridge which crosses the River Thames. It is close to the Tower of London, from which it takes its name.