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... Bridge and caught the bus back to where we had started in the morning it was time to head home. This morning we got up and caught the metro in as usual and started our day off by visiting the Tower of London which is a historic castle on the north bank of the River Thames. It was founded towards the end of 1066 as part of the Norman Conquest of England. There was so much history to be learnt, mostly when Henry 111 and Edward ...
Now i saw a blog before doing this one and I wanted to do a list of things when I went and then when i came back what i didn't use so these are things I will be packing: List before i packed - Day pack - Documents
- Extra photo
- Drivers license
- Money belt
- USB with all documents
- Phone ...
... hand luggage (muggers here we come!) - Check
Alex still cant understand why his rucksack is so much heavier then mine. I guess once he unpacks and finds half of my wardrobe in there it will become clearer.
Bye gym, bye fitness, bye any proper meals, bye nice clean beds, bye Marks & Sparks cheesy rolls, bye Neighbours & Home Away - WE LOVE YOU!!!!.
Hello Rio............. ;0)
... bags and headed to the airport where we had a sad goodbye as he left to go back home. It was then just me again as I went back to grab my bags and check in to my good ol London hostel where I had an early night and a small dinner of carrots and mango.
Friday 27th July
Woke up to the ...
... was the dragon created out of different amours and weapons. We did get a picture of that. They also had a little bit on the British mint and how coins have progressed through the years. The most recent british coins can actually be arranged together to reform the crest of England. After this we headed for lunch on our way to the buckingham palace. We picked up a couple of sandwiches from a random store we passed by. At ...