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We drove around London seeing the sights. We passed by Harrod's department store. The tour guide told us of the lion cub they sold a man in the 1970s (see YouTube video). Her quote: "That takes the biscuit!" We passed by The Ritz (3 months advance reservation for tea) and Trafalgar Square (the center of London). The tour guide explained that London was founded in 43 A.D. by the Romans. The city was one square mile. In 1066, Edward the Confessor ("a holy ...
... at the Fulham Broadway Tube Station. People watching the late shows can use the N14 that runs all night from Putney Heath through to Tottenham Court Road. For people driving to the venue, the nearby Centre Car Park offers parking for 150 cars but it does not offer any concessions for Cinema users. Visitors to the centre can avail of a choice of fine dining options and can have a great evening out in addition to watching their favourite movie.
... were real horses lined in a row with regalia dress and canons.
It looked like a movie shoot.
I turned to Athena and said 'horses'.
Then I ran. Like my life depended on it.
I walked straight up to a cop, she told me at 12.00 the Queens cavalry perform a 41 gun salute.
It was exactly 12.00 midday.
"BOOM", smoke rises and reaches across the park.
"BOOM", not a horse stirred. ( not even ...
... So, fly to Bangkok with Qatar Airways as they get good reviews and their planes have good legroom in Economy.
1/ Have a few days to acclimatise and allow for delays en-route (Engineering Mind in action) 2/ Join oin a 16 day tour of Cambodia and Vietnam
3/ Keep about 10 days free at the end to decide later
All good fun so far :-)
For so many years I have been on holiday with large suitcases ...
... looking and enjoying the items on display - jewellery, mens casual, sports, shoes, food, toys - it was all there on the 5 floors. After a lot of looking Keely bought a Harry Potter 'Hermione' trivial box, Jo-Ann bought a wand, Jessamy enjoyed the fake snow, and Ian (didn't) buy the $2500 snow jacket he had his eye on.
From Harrods we walked to Hyde Park and discovered the Christmas Frost Festival which was bigger than the Perth Royal Show with ferris wheel, ...