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Queen's Diamond Jubilee

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I've read about a special service of Thanksgiving to be held at St. Paul's Cathedral on Tuesday 5 June. The visitlondon.com website encourages "lining the streets to watch the royal carriage procession." For similar occasions in the past, what is the route that is typicaly followed, and how early must one arrive to expect to secure a spot from which you might actually be able to see the Queen pass? We'll be in London during that time, but with so many things to see and do, as much as we'd like to see some of the pageantry of this special event, we're debating on whether to attend the Flotilla on the Thames on Sunday, or the procession on Tuesday. Your thoughts?

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