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Camden Town, United Kingdom


After a quiet day at home playing with Nan and Grandad yesterday, we headed off to Camden Market today. According to M&D it hasn't changed all that much in the last 8 or so years! They still sell lots of Dr Martin boots and big woolly jumpers and lots of bogan stuff! It was cool to go there though and check out all the tat and the canal and lock etc...

We had a really good look around there before heading off down to Knightsbridge (daaahling), and checkng out Harrods and all the lovely (and expensive) shops and cafes down there. We were all starving and popped into the only place it looked like we could afford. OMG, and I got kicked out of my first pub there!! On the face of it, it seemed to be for much the same reason as Dad always gets kicked out - I was asleep at the bar..... in reality though, they didn't have a licence for small children. Helllo??

We jumped back on the Tube and headed for Victoria - and the House of Fraser where M&D first met 12 years ago! To celebrate this occasion they bought me (it's all about me!) a Fraser Bear 2008. We then stopped off at the pub where they had their first kiss (yuck!!), the Green Coat Boy. We then made our way to St James's Park -and Mum's favourite - and stood on the bridge looking at Buckingham Palace and back to Westminster. Lovely!!

We walked through the park and out to get close up to Big Ben, Westminster Abbey and the Houses of Parliament. What amazing buildings they are - especially lit up at night.

It was quite a busy and late night, but I got to have a good play around when we got home because I'd been stuck in the blimmen push-chair practially allllllll day! Geez M&D.

permalink written by  megankevin on December 17, 2008 from Camden Town, United Kingdom
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merry xmas to you all, lots of love to all the family.
We are missing you soooooooooo much,
what a great trip hope it is not too cold for you
Stella you will have so much to tell us when you arrive home.
Love reading your stories they are so exciting

lots of love Grandad & Jo

permalink written by  Murray Hunt on December 24, 2008

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