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... I'd be hungry again after all the eating we've been doing this trip!).
We were met by Niall, our Tally Ho, guide at 2.30pm at the Walrus Bar and hostel, and also Courtney from New York, who was the only other member of our group. It was a very personal tour with just us three. I did a similar tour last year and really enjoyed it so wanted Grant to experience it too and he had a great time. We rode the big old Pashley bikes, mine with a basket, and ...
... abbey, then through a park (I believe St. George's) to Buckingham palace. Again, we were too late to get inside, but it was cool outside too. We walked through some of the park grounds there, and Eva and I got excited when we saw two Lamborghinis stopped next to each other on the street at a light. On the way back toward the eye, we walked on a wide sidewalk next to a busy street on one side, and a line of streetlights ...
As we had a very early start on Tuesday but it was worth it as we had the whole day in New York the day before. We even got to see day breaking over Manhattan from the departure lounge at Newark Airport. The whole journey back was relatively uneventful but we arrived home safe and sound.
As is customary at the end of our trips, we thought we would ...
... by night taxi company. It is probably run by the hotel manager, as it was also a fiasco. I was shocked that after all the craziness and inconvenience we put up with during our three days there, that they couldn't pick up a phone to call a taxi. Fortunately, thanks to our friend Faye, we have world cell phones which have been very useful during our trip, and we are only one week into a three week plus adventure. In the end we arrived at our new hotel, the Ibis Hotel at Earl's ...
... amazing and the commentary from the guide was great! By the way, London Bridge is nothing compared to the Tower Bridge...who knew?!?! Once off the boat, we hiked up the hill to the Tower of London...this place was much larger than I had imagined and a lot more interesting than the history classes from high school. Kaelyn's favorite part was the torture chambers...should we be worried? Alyssa loved learning about all of the exotic animals that royalty kept ...