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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.
... we could spot across the field, the rest of the stadium was full of English supporters and boy did they make their presence known. We just couldn't drown them out. Note to self for the RWC Australia we need a good song that everyone can sing. The English have 'carry them home’, which must sound amazing as a player out on the field because it sounds bloody impressive being a spectator. We drank, we took photos, we joined in ...
... if marionette and puppets from a by gone era. We were entertained by high quality street performers with magic, operetta and violinists buskering - it was lovely to take the time to enjoy such quality. We walked passed Theatre Royal, St Paul's Church, Royal Opera House and the amazing markets and quality shops. We bought a Fibonacci clock which will be a talking point in our houses for their quirky uniqueness. We had a light snack at Cafe Chutney ...
... doubles competition. On one of the evenings we went out for tea for a traditional English pub meal with Michelle's extended family. Michelle's sister Dani couldn't make it for the dinner. She did however come over one day to play some badminton. St. Albans is also home to the oldest pub in the UK, "Ye Olde Fighting Cocks" which was once a place were they would fight cocks and drink. We learnt that people in England had to pay tax on the number of windows on their house, so ...
... to browse.
The was so much food, cheeses, fish, lots of beautiful cakes. Lucy and I got hot cross buns from the fantastic selection. Lucy's was savoury, cheese and herbs. We had never seen that before. I bet mum will try and make those when we get home.
After Harrods we headed into Coventry Gardens to look around. We stopped to watch the street performers who were very funny. We then ...
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