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... shops, window-shopped in the lovely cobbled Lion and Lamb Courtyard (saying hello to three furry model bears in the process), attempted to buy some fruit from a greengrocer but arrived two minutes too late, admired all the Georgian buildings and, on the way back to the car, walked past a house-end that looked quite comical. The wooden beams were sunk so deep into the whitewashed ...
... and I were in the 360 screens you hear were me. It looks like we are flying a plane. Well inside it does. P.s a lady gave us some nuts to feed the squirrels look how cute they are. See you later. PP.S please reply!& #55356;PPP.S the picture of Flynn and I in front of the palace is Buckingham palace. PPPP.S I bought a Venetian mask, the lady hand made the ...
... in Richmond as it neared the finish and then go to the Gardens in the late afternoon.
Richmond is the furthermost west destination on the District Line. I believe it is considered part of Greater London, but like Greenwich, it certainly doesn't feel like it's a part of the city.
Not much to say about the town except that there's a nice high street. "High Street" is a British phrase for something we don't ...
... are resold and the money goes to charity, we secured seats for court 1 where normally they would set you back £74, we paid a fiver. Great news for us. We cheered vocally but to no avail and that was the end of Australia in the singles competition. Another great evening and we felt so lucky that we were able to experience Wimbledon! Living in London their was always things going on, we were able to go to the theatre in Leister Square, watch Rugby Union and ...
... m not exaggerating when I say this but I have never in my entire life seen so many tents so close together. Australian’s have it pretty good – 10m2 camping spot with a 4 man tent, a kitchen, dining area; you name it we’ve got it. I believe the South Africans have a pretty good set up as well. The British however, take camping space to a whole new level. Can you imagine 500 tents lined up next to each other only centimetres away from ...