Fabergé egg hunt – The Eggstravaganza

And nooow the end is near, 
And so I face the final curtain,
My friend I’ll say it clear,
I’ll state my case of which I’m certain…

I‘ve lived a life that’s full, 
I’ve travelled each and every highway,
And more, much more than this,
I did it myyyyyyyyyyyy waaaaaaaaaaaay!
Aaaah, Frank Sinatra, this song was in my head whilst I travelled from work to Covent Garden today. Heheheh. I can’t believe it’s almost over. 

Today was the start of the final display – The Eggstravaganza – in Covent Garden before many of them get sold off and go to their new homes – don’t forget this is all for charity! Lucky I got there before the rain started…

My first glimpse at the eggs in Covent Garden ^^ 
So many eggs in the arcade ^^ And look, the BlackRock Asian egg is there too! 

Loads and loads of people!

Loads of people having a look at the eggs!

I finally got some of the eggs that I couldn’t find (but I think I’m still missing some…). Some were locked inside a room. Oh well!

Egg and Soldiers

Wally, I got you again!! – Third time lucky 
So many eggs… But I’m still missing 28 eggs!! Did I mention that I love eating eggs too! Scrambled egg, fried egg, omelettes, Chinese style omelettes, boiled eggs… and also Chocolate Easter eggs!!!! 😀 

The one egg that I really, really, REALLY wanted to see was the Chapman Brothers egg. I have not seen a picture of that one yet! 😦

Don’t forget they’ll be there until the 9th April 2012. Happy Early Easter ^^

Update 07/04/2012

So I went again yesterday (after going to a couple of museums – posts soon to come) and I got another 4 eggs!!

2 thoughts on “Fabergé egg hunt – The Eggstravaganza

  1. Anonymous

    I looked for 167 and found 150 😀 happy with that. I'm thinking of going there to take the pictures of the other ones plus the ones that were removed for repairs. I'll let you know if I find the one you were looking for!Luca Dofus


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