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We spent the afternoon touring the Tower of London learning all about it’s history with London, the various Queens who were beheaded, and so on. We saw the crown jewels and walked along the tour wall.
Tonight we participated in Vintage Bus Christmas Light Tour of London. The number of Christmas lights could be counted on one hand haha, but we had a fab time. Our guide, David, was just fabulous and gave us a very ...
... so that I couldn't believe what I was seeing and I went back to beginning of the moving walkway five or six times to see the exhibit again. The object that impressed me the most was the Sovereign Scepter. This is the scepter that is given to the king or queen during the coronation ceremony, and it contains the biggest polished diamond in the world - the Cullinan I. Named after the chairman of the mine where it was discovered, the Cullinan I weighs a whopping ...
... and Stonehenge. Pick up is 7.45am and back in London about 7pm. Just received my Trafalgar Pack and on Tuesday we receive a wake-up call at 3.45am, luggage to be left outside door of room by 4.15am, breakfast at 4.30 (cold buffet) and Tour departs at 5am. I will be sleeping on coach to Dover. The Corner Chicken Shop Bag is in for a cultural shock tomorrow and a photo or two may appear in next Blog. Glorious day today. Twenty degrees and a warm ...
I went into the office today on Bishopsgate to meet my work colleagues and have a general work people catchup day. Dawn, Em and Ruby went to the Tower of London and the Natural History Museum. They were impressed by the huge dinosaur and whale skeletons on ...
We managed to drag ourselves out of bed around 7.30 and after dealing with the usual emails from home, the four of us went to the High Street Auction Room to see what was on offer at tonight's auction. Lots of fascinating stuff but nothing that we would to return for, so Jamie dropped us off at Hammersmith and we caught the 9 bus to Aldwyk, near The Strand. The weather had turned very bad, with rain and some hail, but we managed to avoid most of it as we walked to the ...