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... front of Big Ben and Westminster abbey. The tour guide who was actually from Brisbane told us lots of stories as we walked around and we also saw the houses of parliament, Downing street where the prime minister lives, Buckingham palace, regent gardens, ST. James palace and Trafalgar square. It was a great way to see and hear about all the historic areas and things in London. After that we got lunch and then went to Covent garden for a quick look around the markets. We also had ...
... beautiful, the park’s café offers the most amazing food which can be enjoyed while taking a walk in the park.
10.)The Royal Pavilion
Located in Brighton of East Sussex, The Royal Pavilion used to be King George IV’s pleasure palace as Brighton used to be the heart of the Regency Society. This park was also later used by King William IV and Queen Victoria. Today the park has been restored and been given the same splendour that it used ...
... Circus and Embankment tube stations are all just a short walking distance away from the Square and there are a number of bus routes which also pass close by.
This is perhaps Trafalgar Square’s most famous monument. It was constructed between 1840 and 1843 to commemorate one of England’s greatest heroes; Admiral Lord Horatio Nelson. The monument has been positioned so that ...
... with Wicked. We found a place right across from the train station called The Shakespeare and had a "traditional" lunch that included English breakfast tea, hot chocolate, soft drinks, fish and chips and bangers and mash. Then it was time to go into the Apollo Theatre and wait to see Wicked. We were the fist people to buy our souveniers. After half an hour we were allowed to take our seats. The show was amazing! We are now back in our apartment awaiting our pizza.
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... to bring more awareness to Global Warming and several of the membership are going.
After meeting we wander the streets getting oriented, visit Maplin as our TomTom has died again. This time they recommend we get a Garmin. They are pulling TomTom off the shelves. Thankfully it is under warranty. We are in need of a catchup day so go back to Penn Club to work on our letters and the blog. In the evening we visit a ...