Athena Palace Hotel
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... the Boxing Day Sales. One shop called NEXT was only allowing 3 or 4 people in at a time and people were leaving with three or four huge shopping bags. Once we were confident our attire would keep us warm for the day we headed into the city and took ourselves on a walking tour of Tower Bridge, the Thames, London Eye and enjoyed a traditional steak and ale pie with peas and mash at a pub. We intended to explore a bit more in the evening but when we started nodding off ...
... and admiration of the Arts and Sciences. The hall faces the famous Hyde Park and if you are planning your trip to the capital city for a holiday, a visit to this amazing attraction should be a must in your itinerary.
Win Tickets for Frozen Sing Along:
This time, Royal Albert Hall along with Kensington mums is giving you a chance to win tickets to witness this fabulous event ...
... lovely to catch up with her, even if it was short. She moved to Bournemouth so I have decided a trip to the seaside is on the cards very soon :)
Then it was off to the O2 to see a ginger sing.
And sing he did. (Oh, but before him was an incredible support act!)
I've never seen anyone ace a looping pedal as much as Ed. ...
... else came, we got in line for our night ride of the Eye. It was AMAZING! I have never seen anything a beautiful as London lit up at night! The pictures didn't do it justice! We could see forever with all the lights everywhere! It was very much breathtaking!
After getting a quick bite to eat, I headed to find a big red phone booth to call my friend back home. She loves the old red phone booths, so I called her. Turns out that it's ...
... have been home in an overpriced tourist trap in Rome we managed to find ourselves in the middle off the most crazy lightning storm I've ever seen, and seeing lightning about 50m from the wing and hearing the thunder clap inside the plane, cue the plane full of school children screaming, which gave me some solace, knowing that the little **** kicking my seat was now packing himself thinking he was faced with an untimely demise.
We thankfully did ...