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... pictures, probably all of the same thing but at least we can look back and remember what it was like. I think we ticked off the most tourist day any visitor to London could have. After the eye I needed to rest again so I left the kids (Zarah and Andy) to continue the night out in the city of London and I caught the tube home again to for a much needed night in.
Check out was 11am the next day and we had a complimentary buffet breakfast that we were all super excited ...
... and sat down I thought god what a small stage and in fact theatre in general, even if it is very well appointed. I was worried that the show would suffer for this, though it turned out that I need not have worried. From the moment the music started with the phantom theme song I was enthralled. The show was truly spectacular and I loved every second. If I lived in London I'm sure I would want to go to the theatre at least every week, as there's honestly enough interesting and ...
... walked around it slowly. Honestly, no one reported any strange or powerful aura around it. We did appreciate the significance that it must have had to people long ago. We also got a kick out of seeing Sharon live out something that she never imagined she would get to do.
The trip was long. We grabbed something to eat once we got back to the city and called it a day.
... br> Today ended up being the nicest weather we've had the whole trip & it was a Saturday which meant the Borough Market was in full swing. This is a food market that sells produce, meats, veggies, dairy products....pretty much anything you can think of. The smell of the market as you entered was enticing - spicy curries mixed with brownies & cheese all at the same time & there were people everywhere. London ...
... is the miners strikes of Thatchers' Britain in the Eighties! They were a smelly lot though (teenagers are a bit whiffy it's true - and when there are hundreds of them - it is quite something ( horrible)! Decided to go to Masala Zone for our final meal. It looks like MZ is the new 'Pizza Express'. It was excellent - highly recommend - if you like curry. Packing up tomorrow for Brighton - another B destination. Am already planning our next trip to London where we will head ...