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Kensington Square Garden

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  • Day1

    London 1.0

    August 9, 2017 in the United Kingdom

    London 1.0: Mitte März ging es ab nach London - eine Woche lange das typische Touristenprogamm mit ganz viel Harry Potter.
    Gesehen haben wir: den Tower of London, die Tower Bridge, the Monument, die HMS Belfast, den Kensigton Palast, den Buckingham Palast (zugegebenermaßen nur von außen), die Regent Street, den Piccadilly Circus, Tarfalger Squar, die Churchill War Room, Big Ben natürlich die Themse (die kann man, wenn man ehrlich ist auch nicht übersehen) und die Harry Potter Studios. In London kommt auch nicht drum rum eine Portion Fußball mitzunehmen deswegen gab es eine Stadtiontour in Chealse und und ein Fuballspiele von Fulham im Craven Cottag Stadtion. Nicht zu vergessen, und das Highlight des London Trips, waren die zwei Theaterstücke Harry Potter and the cursed child Teil I und Teil II. Im London Palace Theater konnte man so dem Zauber von Harry Potter so noch einmal ganz nah sein. Wie es ausgeht soll hier nicht verraten werden - #keepthesecret. Das Palace Theater liegt zwischen Piccadilly Circus und Leicester Squar. Neben Harry Potter gab es so auch noch das Londoner Nachtleben hautnah.Read more

  • Day2

    London, Kensington Palace

    April 17, 2017 in the United Kingdom

    Arrived easter Monday in London. Checked into Copthorne Tara hotel in Kensington. Went to Elephant and Castle Pub for drinks near Kensington Castle. Toured Church walk and gardens at Kensington Castle.

  • Day19

    Athens Markets

    September 10, 2015 in the United Kingdom

    Just a quick post about the markets back in Athens. They were incredible! All of the foodie stuff I wanted and was waiting for. Buckets upon buckets of endless olives, feta, fruit and vegetables. Not to mention mountains of amazing figs costing just a few euros per kilo!!!?
    Bread stalls and ready to eats were spotted but mainly the ready to eat sustanence came from roadside cafes and a bag of figs. Yum yum yum.

    The meat markets were something else also.. any New Zealand health inspector would've shut the whole thing down in an instant. But still it was fantastic: piles of liver, kidneys and general offal beside whole skinned goats and sheep hanging it the 30+ degree heat on the roadside.cut and optioned meats were mostly already snapped up by local restaurants but some still remained.
    The fresh fish market was coming to a close when we arrived but still had mountains of sardines, squid, octopus, bass, mullets and a variety of Mediterranean fish.. all sitting on a far too warm bed of almost fully melted ice. The smell was, understandably, strong and it's fair to say we rushed through.

    Finally come the endless buckets of spices, nuts, grains, seeds, flours, dried fruits and everything inaginable filling them to the brim!

    Altogether it was a fantastic market and a wonderful place to wander and taste.
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  • Day3

    London day 2

    May 29, 2016 in the United Kingdom

    Had a big day yesterday and a good night's sleep ready to face the day. We went on a hop on off bus all around London. Really good but a bit chilly. Spent a few hours on it good experience. Did a fair bit of walking around Notting Hill. Then we had a taste of London tour which included a meal at a pub of beef and ale pie. Very nice then onto a river cruise up and down the Thames. It was a wonderful view of London at night.Read more

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