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We Wanted to do something a little different on this particular trip to London and after doing a little research we came upon an interesting afternoon's entertainment as recommended by the Athenaeum. The Union Jag is a company that has wrapped a number of XK8 Jaguars in a Union Jack flag for the Ultimate Brit-pride attention-grabbing joy ride around London. It was incredible fun ad after a short visit to Buckingham Palace, off we sped to 10 Downing Street and the Houses of Parliament. Thank you to the Athenaeum an the Union Jag for an unforgettable few days . We left with huge smiles on our faces.
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Our driver knew exactly where to go to show off just how much crowd pleasing the car gets. It was quite fun to have people taking photos of the car at every turn. The car itself is brilliant and has a touch of the James Bond about it…or maybe Austin Powers. The car was very comfy, but obviously powerful.The driving experience lots of fun…it was just hard reminding myself the next day that I am in fact, not 007.
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