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... around the area in the vicinity of my hotel. I have a total of three days in this area to see if this location can be an area that I can make my own.
Secondly, because I have six days in San Jose, I want to use some of this time to explore the city itself, and the surrounding coasts and islands.
Just to the north of Mabini street, where i am staying is Rizal Park. The park is a tribute to the national hero ...
... covered in buildings. Before that medieval bridge there may have been a bridge or two during Saxon times, which had replaced an old Roman bridge, so there had been a crossing over the Thames there for just a few years...
In 1967 the London City Council put the 'New' London Bridge up for sale. Thinking he was getting the really famous Tower Bridge which is the one by the Tower of London which has two great towers at both banks and is a drawbridge, ...
... of our fellow tour members. We immediately got along with a Kiwi couple (Jas & Becks), some Welsh lads (Vivian-Dad, his 2 sons Spencer & Jordan and their mate Richard) and also a couple of English lads who lived in Aus & NZ for a couple of years, Ben & Jack. We ran into Cow and his Mrs, Emma at the camp, then we all headed into town for a tour around the streets and were shown the bull run. While there our leader Kent gave us an overview of what to expect in the ...
... he was a young man and says that it hasn't changed much except that the trees are bigger and it is more landscaped. It is a lot tidier than I remember. It's now a huge park and it played a large part in the Olympics last year. We passed the pub too which is on Lea Bridge Road which is close to where Bryan proposed to me. It's now ...
... necessary nonetheless. I’ve always remembered London as a grim place, but the feel-good factor seems to have well and truly kicked in and at the moment London is a happy, happy place.
Back to Olympic Park. I was readying myself for my first glimpse of the stadium on leaving Stratford station, but what I hadn’t counted on was that you had to pay to enter the park. What
also surprised me was that tickets for the park were only ...
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