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... about the shops on their own. We also stopped for bubble tea, which was interesting, and a traditional English lolly shop by Leicester Square station.
I left the group there and went to Oxford Street to have a look at the shops there and continue my search for Mum's scarf. It was really the same shops over again, except with more people. It started raining, too, so I didn't stay long. I met the group back at the hall to add the purchases to my ...
... and Bond Streets, Piccadilly Circus Trafalgar Square, National Museum, WhiteHall, and so many other places.
I found them very interesting. We got off the buses at various stops and the first occasion was to view the Changing of the Guards. All our the time on the buses we were given the background and history of the site location and when off the bus there were Free walking tours by guides which we could attend. The Changing of the Guard was ...
... streetscapes to the museum. We had arranged to meet Jodie who is staying with Lani and Richard (Richo for short). Our first tour was scheduled for 11:15am and was called "When the Stones Cried Out" and revolved around the second world power, Assyria.
We could actually see before us artefacts from around the 7th century BCE. It was encouraging to see actual historical evidence that supports the biblical record. We ...
... list of places to do. During the flight the hostie came around selling in flight duty free. I asked her what was for sale and told her it was my first international flight as it was my first time overseas. She was that excited for us she went and got me a glass of champers from first class and graham a beer also from first glass. Yes they get real glasses up there, *******s . Just before landing another hostie who found ...
... at Wembley and diving in the Olympic Park which I went to with Krista, What an experience! The vibe in London was amazing and everyone was so excited about the games. It really was a once in a lifetime opportunity.
Our first visitor, Ashely, who came to our nearly empty flat and explored the vibrant night life of London with us… to the max! Then Lauren came for a quick stopover and we had lots of fun exploring Soho together.
A trip home a few months later, ...