City View Hotel London
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... book that you need to be there early (around 10:30) to claim a decent spot, so we decided to be there around 10:15. We grabbed a couple of coffees and headed towards the Palace. We got there just after 10:00, and it was already quite busy. There were no spots directly in front of the Palace gates, or on the statue a bit further from the gates. We decided to just find a spot, about three rows back from the gate, and plunk ourselves down until the beginning of the ...
... fish and chips. There are definite differences in England and some of them we expected, such as driving on the left side of the road and getting around by public transportation. But there are some that we did not expect. There are police officers with machine guns guarding many different places around town. Many bicycles weave in and out of the traffic, which is going fast already. We were surprised, but enjoyed these ...
... have to embarrass myself but stopping on the stairs for a few minutes, I can see the door open for the first stop and I am able to stagger up the last 10 steps and pant my way inside and sit heavily on the bench. Must have looked a bit done in because both guides asked if I was OK. And this was my second time!! The mind never remembers how far it is and how hard because if it did, I certainly would have declined going with my husband this ...
... last time. Each time thanking myself for doing the Jewels last time. I was not waiting 2 hours to see a fancy hat.
Today got chilly quickly because I was suddenly left in my thin warmer season jacket and quite cold.
Painfully cold, but nothing compared to what went down in the Torture chamber.
... from the neighboring Westminster Abbey, demolished 1834 due to fire and rebuilt 1840-1870.
Big Ben is the nickname for the Great Bell of the clock at the north end of the Palace of Westminster in London. The tower is officially known as the Elizabeth Tower, renamed as such to celebrate the Diamond Jubilee of Elizabeth II (prior to being renamed in 2012 it was known as simply "Clock Tower"). The tower holds the largest four-faced ...