High Road House
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... br> stride from traditional circus, and a further stride from Cirque Du
Soleil, Sequence 8 have become the third corner in the triangle of
have taken circus, theatre, comedy, music, and costumes - all of
which can be overpowering, and made them simple.
raw, talented acrobatics, aerials and manipulation left out in the
open. Even people who haven't done trapeze and juggling are left ...
... losses of World War I. After we finished up at the tower, we had a Starbucks under the famous Tower Bridge before hopping back on the bus to finish the rest of the tour. One of my favorite places to see was Kensington Palace since Princess Diana lived there (I actually share her birthday of July 1st). I also saw where she was married and where her funeral was. Unfortunately, (and I'll regret this), I didn't get to make it to her memorial in Kensington Gardens. When we got off the ...
... It is quiet and there is a memorial wall and a very cool statue that reflect the typical pilot...young...and anxious...and waiting to go....looking to the east. I took some pics and red the memorials...and went to the edge of the cliff to take a look and it was something to see. You are quite a ways up and I think.....this is the same spot war time films were made of ships being bombed by the Germans....as I seemed to recognize some land marks...kinda cool. ...
In a dramatic turn of events: Taylor and I slept in again this morning! When we finally had ourselves put together, we hopped onto the tube for a lengthy ride to Piccadilly Circus (not an actual circus). We walked from there to Buckingham Palace, finishing the walk on the route you would have seen if you watched the procession to the palace on William and Kate's wedding ...
... square, Oxford street, etc it’s all here!
Day 4 was spent at the Tower Bridge. One word to sum it up - amazing !! The lift takes you to the top where you watch a movie about the design and how they built the bridge and why they needed the bridge to accommodate the ships coming through, and then you are able to walk across the walkways.
"Despite its medieval, fairy-talk appearance, this is a Victorian youngster. Constructed of steel, ...