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The tube system is really amazing in London. After today, I think I can call myself a master of the London Underground! After 6 hours of amazing sleep, we headed off on a tour by "coach" (did I mention I also speak "Brit" now?!?). We picked up our very colorful (both in his attire AND language!) local tour guide Barry who filled our heads with London trivia, history while touring the sights. When asked if it snowed in London, his response was "Snow? Rare as rocking ...
... wait till my speech. We got on the Eye with it taking 30 mins for one round and it moves 26cm per second. We saw some amazing views like the Big Ben, Buckingham Palace and Wembley Stadium in the distance. We sadly had to get off after I finished my speech - I wanted to go around again! My mum then rushed us to see the changing of guards at St James Park. When we finally got there we sat down and nothing ...
... to the hostel. For dinner we decided just to go to a little grocery store called Sainbury’s and get some fruit and yogurt.
After getting to the hostel we showered and got our luggage together for our flight to Paris tomorrow, came downstairs to charge our phones and computers, and upload the blog!
I am very exhausted and cant wait to collapse again tonight, but I can’t wait for tomorrow even ...
We took to the air on Tues. April 29, good flight, Air Canada meal standards have remained the same, Terrible, arrived in London at Heathrow around 11am on Wed. There was a tube strike , so we took the bus, which probably worked out best, as they are all brand new and even have a luggage storage area. And London is known for its buses. We stayed in East Croydon where we were 14 min on the train to London, express and everything like new, if we had transportation like ...
... our wallets intact.
Badly needing a drink we caught the tube back to Ross’s area and went to his local pub. I tried spiced cider which is similar to mulled wine. Very yummy and soothing on a sore throat I was developing. We were all pretty tired by now which was only 5pm and pitch black.
We farewelled Ross and walked to Liverpool Station to catch up with Joel’s cousin Jared that was in London doing a bit of veterinary experience with his uncle. We ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsManna House London
The stay at Manna House was so lovely!! We stayed in the pink room and had our own little shower and sink. The bed was so comfotable we slept like logs. It's a bit of a walk to the station (600m) then a train journey but once you get used to it it's fairly easy to do. It's nice to stay out of the city in the suburbs. The host Lyn is so lovely and will be very helpful.
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