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... can you imagine a group of people yelling that out in a pub and it being acceptable, barely anyone in the pub turned around, it was so funny. London is majestic and charming and it will always be another home for me. I will never get sick of a posh English accent, talk to me all day with that accent and the sense of humour, I forgot how bloody hilarious the English are...and the Irish, as we come to be reminded of on our next leg of the ...
Today's weather forecast – 26 and sunny. It actually got to 27. Bloody brilliant.
Hampton Court Palace today. Overground train out there although made a bit of a booboo as we think we could have used our Oyster cards but bought the tickets instead. We also should have got out there earlier than we did. We left ourselves with too little time to spend any decent time in the gardens.
... do for free! Of course thats what I was looking for! Southbank was buzzing with street entertainers and galleries and what not. CHeck out the pics to see the sites. It was more than enough for a days entertainment.
The next day we went window shopping along Bond and Oxford Street, seeing all the rediculously priced Gucci etc. Of course making a stop in the Disney store which we spent about at least an hour ...
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... small glass dome that could’ve easily been mistaken for any other newsstand in the area). Frankly I didn’t care where it was, fact of the matter was that we found it and now we were on the clock to find the sites we wanted to see and get the most value from our London Pass.
First stop, the National Gallery. Conveniently located 2 minutes from the area we got our pass, we took in some of the finest paintings the world has ever seen. Michelangelo, ...