Wright Brothers @ Kingly Court, London


Our last meal in London – very satisfying and very value for money!IMG_3456 IMG_3442 IMG_3443 IMG_3445 IMG_3459 IMG_3460 These prawns were so good we had a second helping but I still didn’t get to eat.IMG_3462

Fresh & tasty seafood platter.  Quite a big portion for two.IMG_3461 IMG_3463 IMG_3465 IMG_3466 Not the best kind of lava cake and we were too full.IMG_3467 This was really good and refreshing, and with alcohol.IMG_3471

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London 2015 – Day 6 & 7


After Stonehenge, we went back to London and stayed at Hotel Megaro again.  The next day we had a delicious and hearty breakfast at The Riding House Cafe near Oxford Circus, thanks to recommendation by a dear friend from Malaysia who happened to be visiting London at the time.IMG_3340IMG_3341IMG_3346IMG_3348

We then spent the afternoon at Warner Bros. Studio Tour – the Making of Harry Potter.  It was well worth the trip.   We spent over 3 hours there without knowing.  So cool to see all the real props and sets from the movies.  We appreciate the movies even more now that we know how much effort and time were invested into making them.  It was truly amazing.  My favorite part of the tour was the Hogwarts castle model, impressive craftsmanship.

On our final day, last but not least, the British Museum.  We spent the morning there, a bit rush but managed to check out most of the major artefacts. For the rest of the afternoon, it was just easy shopping around Oxford Circus and Carnaby Street, and later wandered into Kingly Court and had a satisfying wrap up dinner at Wright Brothers.

 

 

Windsor – Bath – Stonehenge 2015 – Day 2 P.M.


This got to be the highlight of our trip for me.  I even thought about doing the private tour to get into the circle but decided against it.  We couldn’t arrive that early before they open and after hours is also too late for driving back to London.

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Windsor – Bath – Stonehenge 2015 – Day 2 – A.M.


We only have the morning in Bath and we are not early birds so the visit to Roman Baths was rather rush.

The Roman Baths is actually a lot bigger than I anticipated.  The self-guided audio tour was very informative.  Trust their website, you do need 2+ hours to properly see the place.

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Windsor – Bath – Stonehenge 2015 – Day 1


After 5 days in Paris, we returned to London again and began our road trip to Windsor, Bath and Stonehenge.

We arrived Windsor in mid afternoon and did not have enough time to see everything inside Windsor Castle.

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We arrived Bath in the evening, surprised that there weren’t many people on the streets.  Beautiful town!

We stayed at Premier Inn, Bath City Centre, very convenient location, basic but clean and efficient.  There is a public car park across the street which we parked overnight for free.

Had a quick walk around town, had a delicious Italian dinner and called it a day.

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