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... very little) and did some work. Whoo hoo! We were about 20 minutes late, due to headwinds. I managed to run for and catch the 6:39pm train. Paul met me at BART, we had dinner, then went home. We watched the MNF game to try to stay awake. At least it was a good game, even though we really didn’t care who won. Gruden finally woke up, realized I was home, and greeted me with ...
... Heathrow, even of the Thames is muddy brown instead of blue.
When we arrived at Heathrow it took nearly
two hours to go through immigration, not one of Britain’s better efforts. The
immigration officer read every single line on our landing cards and then
engaged us conversation about what we would be ...
... LondonPass which includes a travel card for the week and then headed off to visit the National portrait gallery. An exhibition not unlike the Archibalds was on, only problem was we didn't recognize any of the artists or subjects names, but interesting all the same. Wednesday - visits to the Jewel tower; Westminster Abbey; Big Ben and the Houses of Parliament followed by the double header - Hilary Mantel plays, Wolf Hall ...
Most northerly point: Beijing, China (though technically our starting point, the UK, is at a higher latitude!)
Most southerly point: Punta Arenas, Chile
Number of nights: 365
Number of different beds: 140 (+15 overnight bus/train/boat)
Different forms of transport: 28 (foot, bike, electric bike, motorbike, bike taxi, quad bike, horse, horse and cart, golf buggy, tuktuk, songthaew, car, truck, minibus, bus, train, raft, kayak, ...
In the torture tower, they have on display the rack which was used as one of the many instruments of torture. I won't go into all the gory details as described, but we have certainly heard all about the horrid encounters of times past. Many prisoners were held here, and Sir Walter Raleigh was also a prisoner. I have a photo below discussing his time in the tower.
The village green at the tower has it's own private execution site. This is where Ann ...