Dylan Apartments Kensington 60
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... for children. The Little Angels Theatre which was built in the year 1961 can adjust more than 200 people. You kids will enjoy live puppet show. There is also a workshop outside the theater that you can see and enjoy a lot.
Changing Of the Guards at the Buckingham Palace
This is a must see destination for your kids. The ceremony includes bearskin-hatted armed forces clad in red tunics. It is a half an hour ceremony and it ...
This morning we got a bit of a sleep in and left the hostel at 9am ready to start our final day of the tour. We left Oban and travelled south, driving through Rob Roy country and going from the highlands into the lowlands. We stopped at Inverlochy castle which is mostly ruins as well as Doune castle which is used in the monty python movies. We also stopped at the William Wallace monument which is who the brave heart film is based ...
... at all) and this was just because I asked whether they would look to compensate for our additional costs. I probably would have settled for a free bottle of Champagne upon boarding the continental Orient Express (at Bruges on this particular trip as the train will travel via Brussels and Germany) or maybe a bottle of wine with dinner, although I live in hope that this might also happen anyway . . . . . . . we will see what tomorrow and the day after brings!
... from the Top 10 to go and see some of the Assyrian and Egyptian stuff. It really is a great place and I enjoyed it the most of the museums we went to while we were in London.
We went back to the hotel to change shoes and leave the camera because we wouldn't be needing it for our evening entertainment, since pictures weren't allowed. Our plan was to go to Harrod's and eat in their famous food court, but it was expensive and not what we ...
... see anything so we stayed for a few minutes and moved on to South Kensignton to go the the Victoria and Albert museum. I particularity liked the exhibit on "Disobedient Objects" which highlights the art in activists all over the world.
Following we headed to Camden Market where we got "Proper" hamburgers. We were very skeptic of the place once they ...