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... plus their families, have to be in the Tower by 10.00pm each evening.
We had to wait in line for ages to see the Crown Jewels but we could not return home without seeing them.
Another interesting fact of the Tower is that it is considered necessary to keep at least six ravens within the grounds at all times, otherwise the belief is that the Monarch will fall. We are told that there are currently eight ravens at the Tower, two spares just in case.
The last two days have been travelling days - not very exciting to read about, hence no blog. We made our way to Paris from the Dordogne, a drive of about 7.5 hours (it should have been 6.5 hours but there had been an accident). We stayed overnight near Charles de Gaulle Airport, ...
4 nights at home - great way to start the holiday and catch up with family and friends. Thanks to my little sister Freya for escaping Uni and coming to stay with us! Peter did an excellent job of eating his way through Mum's fridge - as usual there was an endless supply of bacon, cold meats of fine wines and champagnes. Peter was in his element! Second night kicked off with ...
... and to me every street looked the same.
Just walking the streets was a sight to see. All kinds of people rushes by and most of building have to original front, looks like scene from Harry Potter. All in all, it was nice to see a quick snapshot of the London sights and hopefully I can return when I have more time to explore this interesting city.
Tips of the Day: Use the Underground to get around. Its faster than walking and cheaper than grabbing a ...
... well-planned ornamentation and emphasis on the text, the trumpeter who played the difficult 'The Trumpet Shall Sound' aria was amazing, and the conductor, Oliver Gooch, was extremely good (I was very lucky to have an excellent view of him). We left the Festival Hall all aglow.
Saturday I took the train up to visit my dear friends Jonquil and Martin. I met Jonquil at the music conservatory in London too many years ago to think about (!), and ...