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    Quote Originally Posted by Metalgirl View Post
    The Natural History Museum, always busy but fascinating. If you can do a night bus trip, I'm not sure if you live in a city or town but when you're from the sticks it's quite something. Victoria and Albert museum is another favourite. But you're right you won't have time to do it all!
    Everything will be busy sadly ,MG. Half-term.
    Also a walk along the Embankment in early evening is lovely.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kezza View Post
    Everything will be busy sadly ,MG. Half-term.
    Also a walk along the Embankment in early evening is lovely.
    Ahh of course. Yes, it will be hell!

    Another idea, take her for tea at The Ritz, that's fun and she may like the decaying grandeur. If it still is, it's been a few years since I went.

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    we're not going for ages - I just like to plan ahead

    and tea at the Ritz is a no, just time constraints really, that is something to sit and enjoy WHEN YOU'RE DEAD

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    Quote Originally Posted by fuckgoblin View Post
    we're not going for ages - I just like to plan ahead

    and tea at the Ritz is a no, just time constraints really, that is something to sit and enjoy WHEN YOU'RE DEAD
    I take it that's your happy thought for today then.

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    My dad used to take me when I was pretty young. Happy memories.

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    You know me petal

    full of the joys

    it's just like seriously -who suggests taking an excited 9 year old who lives in the place that time forgot, on their first visit to the bright lights of London, to have afternoon tea at the Ritz

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    Quote Originally Posted by fuckgoblin View Post
    You know me petal

    full of the joys

    it's just like seriously -who suggests taking an excited 9 year old who lives in the place that time forgot, on their first visit to the bright lights of London, to have afternoon tea at the Ritz
    Someone who doesn't have kids? Although I wasn't much older than that and could appreciate it. Different strokes eh

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    Quote Originally Posted by Metalgirl View Post
    Someone who doesn't have kids? Although I wasn't much older than that and could appreciate it. Different strokes eh
    could appreciate what?

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    Quote Originally Posted by fuckgoblin View Post
    could appreciate what?
    Being there, the food, the history. The fact it's another famous place. You asked for suggestions I didn't realise it was a competition. You're welcome.

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    If Goblet likes gruesome stuff then the Dungeons are near the London Eye.

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