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... 10% and the rest goes to lawn tennis clubs all over England.
Centre Court and No 1 Court are only used for the Wimbledon tournament - not used for anything else!
The final score of the Men's Singles Final stays on the Centre Court scoreboard for the entire year!
54,000 Slazenger tennis balls are used at Wimbledon
Many are sold with autographs, some in boxes of 6, the rest are recycled!
Each year the main courts are ripped up and relaid
Every square metre is sown ...
Wednesday afternoon saw Peter and I take a bus into Cheapside in the central city. Our first stop was at St Mary Le Bow Church. This church and its bells are probably one of the most famous in London - and to be born within the sound of the bow bells was the sign of a true Londoner or Cockney. Peter's grandfather was one who was able to claim to be a true Cockney and he regularly reminded the family that he was born "within the sound of the ...
... i don't have a bra on
I think I'm safe
There is a shrieking going on outside my window that sounds like a noise a dying, inbred pterodactyl-raptor might make
I miss my puppy where's my puppy
... Hogwarts was massive, a lot bigger than it looks in the pictures. It was the
most beautiful part of the tour and looked stunning covered in “snow” for the
yearly ‘Hogwarts in the Snow’ exhibition.
Following the tour we went to Buckingham Palace (no Queen sightings
unfortunately) and then went to Harrods for a little bit of shopping. It is a
lovely store and ridiculously expensive (especially when you have to double ...
... in England)
On the way to The Tower of London we stopped off at Trafalger square. NO pigeons, none whatsoever. I did fine two bird pest control vans parked on the square, so clearly Londoners have taken action.
With coffee in hand - and that coffee would be a Latte, not my usual flat white as a flat white is apparently 3 shots with a dash of milk - rather ordinary. The latte wasn't bad. We ...