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... where those condemned to die were tied to it two tides so make sure they were quite dead. The tide rises about 20 feet so it’s pretty safe to say nobody would have survived. Just to be a bit more grisly, the last chap to be executed there had his body dipped in tar, and his body was left there in a cage for a good 20 years as a warning to any other would-be pirates of the times.
Also we were told that the word Wharf ...
... and for evening tipples. Focus was the dry reds. They were generally flavourful.
Best wine tasting: Armenia. We had a variety of wines to choose from, most fruit-based which were not bad. The tasting options were extensive. Cheese was provided.
Best lunch: the trout after the Vardzia Caves in Georgia. It was different and tasty, breaking up the monotony of a standard lunch.
Best dinner: the first night in Tbilisi. Part ...
... too much on the
open top deck. Once we got back to the Tower Bridge dock, we caught the train
to Euston Station and then walked through Regent Part to the London Zoo. Regent
Park was huge! Larger than paddocks and beautiful and green. At the zoo, we got
to see some great views of the gorillas, giraffes and some other animals. Being
a summer afternoon, we also found many of the animals were just sitting in the
shade at the ...
... the hang of the transportation and it was easy to find our way.
Hunter and Richard flew home on Wed so it was another trip on the train to the airport. Thursday us girls spend the day walking through some of the free museums, Science, History and A & V museum since it had just been Queen Victoria Day. Hyde Park was a favourite of mine, so much green space, a little lake with paddle ...
... also have to have correct change to get into the bathroom, so i had to wait 2 hours to pee! Since we walked to all these major places we decided to use the public transport on the way back to the hotel. We bought an oyster card for a week of unlimited uses. its awesome you can hop on to any bus or train you want. The tube is very clean and pretty easy to understand. directly across from our hotel is the "tamesis ...