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... down the south side of the river Thames from the London bridge to the London eye, but we made it only to the Blackfriars bridge as there was plenty to see along the way. We stopped in the Globe Theatre (Shakespeare Theatre), at a Christmas market just outside of the Tate Modern Museum and ate lunch at the Doggett's Coat & Badge pub. Later in the afternoon we went to Helen's niece, Janine, house in the suburbs of London. We visited with her 2 ...
... this month before you plan your tour.
October –This is the right time to bring some change. You will not find many visitors and hence your tour can be comfortable. You can book our hotel rooms easily and comfortably. In this month you can enjoy the natural beauty at the parks and gardens.
November – This is a holiday time, which is time for the Christmas holidays. You will find shining streets at night. ...
... of chocolate was actually off putting. The kids had great fun racing around having photos with all the M & M life sized characters. The bus tour was interesting and a great way to get our bearings and reminisce about the good old days of working in the City. Finn declared that he had found his "inner tourist" and he managed to snap 93 photos within the first hour on the bus.
... br> Our walk continued through Hyde park. The rose gardens are a thing of beauty, Dan secretly took my picture while I blissfully walked through the vine archways. That picture just became one of my favourites because I know how happy I was at that moment. We walked for hours finally making it to our final destination, Harrods.
Oh man, what an experience that is. I was slightly embarrassed because I had gotten what I assume the true "London-look" ...