London
I Love Covent Garden There is so much to see and do in Covent Garden and by far my favourite is to grab an ice-cream from Amorino and then take a walk around checking out all the live performances, just carry enough spare change in your pocket to tip them and you're set! It's such a wonderful way to spend a sunny afternoon in central London. You can even treat yourself to devine macarons at Laduree, vanilla and pistachio are my all time favs. Below is a collection of photos taken during an afternoon visiting Covent Garden with Joshua and ice...
Poland
See you from Poland where I'll be meeting some friends, sightseeing Warsaw, visiting the dentist eeekk! Krakow to see the University my Grandfather studied at, Auschwitz and underground salt mines! Time to leave to catch my flight! xxx
London
No friend is worth travelling to Zone 6 for That you don't have to wait for the barrier to close before you swipe your Oyster card That you MUST step back from the wide pushchair gates about a meter before it turns orange then you can successfully swipe your Oyster card :P It takes longer to travel from West London to East London than it does to travel to Brighton The £1 store is a lifesaver You are never a few meters away from the Evening Standard newspaper Nothing is cheap in Harrods.. Even in the sales! The Central Line is a form of Bikram Yoga, on...
Ship of Peter The Great
There's Quite An Odd Story Behind The Statue.. Peter The Great's statue is 98 metres high and taller than the Statue of Liberty in the United States (93m) and heavier at 600 tons of stainless steel, bronze and copper. The statue has nevertheless had something of a history of rejection and is  the most disputable statue in the Russian capital. The statue of Peter is standing behind the ship wheel clutching a large golden scroll. If you look closely you will see other ships are sticking out from under Peter's feet. The statue rests on an artificial island overlooking the river in the very centre of Moscow, near...
Science Museum
What is the best museum in London for boys? The Science Museum of course! It is by far educational, inspiring, amazing and it costs absolutely nothing to enter everytime! Whether you live in London or come as a tourist for a few days, boys will absolutely love it here. Every young boy has a dream of becoming a spaceman or a scientist, an electromagnetic expert.. You name it, whatever it is the science museum will entertain that curious young mind... for hours and even days! The Science Museum is located in leafy South Kensington, Brompton Road. There are many bus routes...
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