Battlefield History Tours

Battlefield History Tours
Incorporating History and Heritage tours


 
Our Other Anzac Day Tour 1 May 2019

  

Today it was every tourist for themselves as London was explored. The weather was great, sunny in the morning with a layer of cloud developing toward the afternoon, not too cold, around 20 deg.

The cars of London displaying a wealth so ostentatious it is hard for someone from the Antipodes to fathom.

London is a city of memorials.

The Queen was in residence at Buckingham Palace as indicated by her standard. The Household Cavalry paraded past with a Guidon. The guard changed from a Scottish to a Guards unit creating an eclectic mix of music and drill. Some dignitaries presented their credentials to the Monarch utilising elegant horse drawn landaus. Amazing sights. The ceremony ending with the playing of Auld Lang Syne. Amazing sounds.

The crowd was almost all from other parts of Europe, hardly a word of English could be heard while the tame wildlife scurried hither and thither much to the delight of the youngsters.

Most of our group visited a Museum, the one featured in these photos was that of the Household Cavalry.

Tomorrow we part our ways, heading on for more adventures, or the long flight home.

































  

  

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