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... rooms used by the British government during the Blitz of London in World War II. Highly recommended.
We're back in Valencia for about 10 days before the winter break begins. The boys are really ready for some time away, but they have been super about their studies, the Spanish, new friends, and traveling around with us. They miss their friends and love (LOVE!) getting emails and texts -- especially with photos. So send away!
... bus was leaving. The gate sign was showing Poland, we weren't going to no Poland, we couldn't find a working public phone to phone the company ..remember our phones weren't working...Mr not so cool and calm was near on having a polish sausage fit by this stage but then the sign changed from Poland to Bath and we were off.
First stop was Windsor castle, with no Lizzie to be found, apparently she is at Balmoral with the corgi's. The castle ...
... seeing it all again. We walked down near the river and got McFlurries to eat beside the London Eye. As you do haha.
It was a really nice way to finish off our visit to London. I enjoyed it there, despite the unusual weather and ridiculous prices. Most of the people were lovely, the sights were beautiful, the tube was awesome, and the cheap pizza across the road from the hostel was to die for. ...
... there. The guards, aka beefeaters, have guarded the Tower for hundreds of years. They have to serve 22 years in the army, military, etc and have a good service medal. They were all pretty funny and told us about the Tower and it's history, and they actually live in the Tower with their families. I got to see where Anne Boleyn lost her head, and we went through and saw some torture devices. It was like stepping into ...
... and it is now somewhat ‘home’ this visit has compelled me to compare London, Paris and their respective peoples. Now 2+ months of living and working in Paris v/s 2 days in London isn’t enough to do comparison. But now having gotten used to Paris, the French people and the place, certain things really pop out at you when you’re in another city.
Coming to London from Paris was a long awaited ...