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Today we had sort of a relaxing day, we went up to Windsor Castle and saw the guards marching past to work at 10.45am. Then we had a coffee and a hot chocolate.
Then we went on a river cruise on the River Thames. Before that we fed heaps of swans.
... through the main street and up to the train station. Marian and I headed to the local rugby pub for drinks and food in the hopes of waiting out the crowd. But even as we left, 2 hours after the match had ended, there were still masses of people waiting to board the trains, and we were still squished in like sardines in a can. The day we great. It made me realise how much I miss sport and how much I miss Australians. Bring on the World Cup ...
... is going on here we thought? At this point, a lady came up to us and said that we must move more slowly and quietly otherwise it will upset the room. She strongly suggested we put on the head phones and hop into a bed and stay for as long as we liked as it was an experience not to be missed. It was a place of total silence and meditation. Christ! We gave the bed a miss but decided, out of courtesy, to take the headphones and just sit with the others. The head ...
... they are only supposed to take 5 people) by referring to my children as two "tiny kids." I'm not sure if the drivers we got were blind or oblivious, but clearly Catherine and Sam Jackson are already the size of small adults. Nonetheless, this trick worked every time.
Our visit to Madame Tussaud's - now a common venue in many touristy cities - was far better than expected in London. The wax figures ranged from celebrities to politicians ...
... our lunch whilst sitting around one of the fountains and consider our plans for the rest of the day. We ended up hoping to catch a matinée performance in Leicester square or head to Camden markets. We stayed in Leicester square for a while looking a theatre shows but unfortunately we missed all the matinees and caught the tuuuuuube to Camden. The markets were very cool, old and new stuff together or "vintage" . Most stuff ...
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