Clarendon Serviced Apartments - Wraysbury Hall
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... M statues everywhere. Definetly worth going to! Then we went for a massive walk down Regent street and Oxford Street to check out all the stores like Hamley's. We saw heaps of literature carts on the main roads and they all have the new grey bible teach books. We then caught the bus to Parliament Square and saw Big Ben! Not as big as I was expecting my still amazing! Took some pictures and then walked across the bridge to check out the London eye and ...
... had never been to the British Museum, so we decided to head there. The British museum is described in guidebooks as the "greatest chronicle of civilization" and is like an encyclopaedia of world history. It’s housed in a beautiful old building, and the Ancient Greek and Egyptian sections were particularly interesting, like the Rosetta stone. It was great being able to relate things back to some of the places we had visited throughout our travels, like ...
... think your there seeing what your seeing!
We walked along the Thames River. We could see the London Eye, Big Ben, and Westminister. We found a carousel, so of course we had to ride on it! It brought back many great memories from my childhood!
Then we kept walking, and went through the Jubilee Park which is right off the river walk. We stopped to watch a magician perform. He was very good! We got to take a picture with him. We then crossed the Westminister ...
... off, giving way to fluffy white clouds and blue sky, the perfect backdrop to the thick stone walls of the Castle.
We climb up and up and up the cobbled streets and spend several hours wandering through great halls and ancient prisons, amazed at the grandeur and the grace of the place. Delicate flowers bloom against rough stone walls, the sun beats down on yet more of Her Majesty's red-coated, fur-hatted guards, and voices echo against parapets. ...
... but still were still comfortable to sit on. What I liked: the pillows they gave to all passengers were actually pillows covered with legit pillow cases. Like Emirates, they handed out menus detailing what meals were going to be served. You actually can't see what film the people next to you are watching. I glanced over and saw the screens looked off. But when I actually moved my head in front of their screens, I could see they were on. They ...