Dianne and Nell at the door.
Patricia Dorsey Murphy
Rainy all day
Ate roll and butter, coffee in hotel
Went on a nice tour of St Paul’s, Tower area, Buckingham Palace and watched the changing of the guard. Had lunch off Trafalgar Square. Ate fish and chips
Went on tour of Windsor Castle and Hampton Palace.
Tonight we went to the Lyceum, London’s oldest theater. We saw a Vaudeville type stage show. Very unusual and different.
Dianne Dorsey Parker Gilbreath
Place: London (Harewood)
Weather: Rain & Fog
Awoke at 7:30 am and dressed, ate and in bus for tour at 9:00 AM. Had nice British Lady “Biddy” as guide. Showed us the St. Paul’s Cathedral, Westminster Abby & Buckingham Palace. Saw Big Ben & Tower of London. Ate Fish & Chips at Piccadilly Circus and then boarded bus for Winsor Castle. Queen was at home but didn’t see her - (HA HA) Castle was beautiful. Returned to eat “quickly” and go to theater. This was at oldest, still operating theater in world. Saw a good floor show. Henri, our guide got mad at me for thinking he was German (he’s Dutch) Oh well - I apologized and he
London's famous Tower Bridge over the river Thames . Known as the "river gateway to London", is one of London's very oldest.
was nice, but he’s weird.
Saw London at night and was just as imagined. Really great!! People met today; Lady from Cambridge - nice - Fellow from Cornwall. Fellow from Surry. Man from Korea - real nice and man from Iraq at Winsor Castle.
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