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... and we had lots of fun taking pictures of it from all different angles. We then walked over the bridge and down along the Thames riverbank past the London Eye, Jubilee Gardens and the National Theatre. There were quite a lot of stalls around and there seemed to be an outdoor theatre/comedy show going on which was all cool to see. We then made it Blackfriar St and up the road to our hotel, where we happily settled in on the very comfy bed and linens and had a good sleep! The next ...
... or great victories. With good news, locals would gather around the bonfire to celebrate. The tradition of celebrating on the hill with bonfire still continues today, the last one being in 1977 to rejoice the Jubilee of Queen Elizabeth II. The tower was erected in 1800 and has served many purposes throughout its history. Most towers were built for defense purposes, but this particular tower was built for pleasure. The original owner had it built as a ...
... the runway. After a long gruelling 22 hour flight we landed in London; and with only 24 hours before our next flight to Berlin, we did what any tourist would do.... Walk like crazy!! We managed 2 hours sleep in our hotel before setting off on the Tube for our first stop Westminster. The amount of tourists at Big Ben and Westminster is kinda overwhelming. You struggle to get a photo where no one walks in front of the camera or accidentally photo bombs ...
... an hour late checking out.
Nor did they mind that I lay on the giant cushions, and used their WiFi for a solid 6 hours today.
I did get up at one point.
When I was with my second family in Aarhus, I found forest fruits tea. For me, to find a tea, ...
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