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... They filled us in on all the travel tips we needed to
Africa and even gave us Kevin's business card. However, I'm neglecting to
French policeman who checked our passports. For some reason he chose to give ME
lecture on proper etiquette when asked for one's passport; when I ignored him, he got
angrier and asked me if l understood him in French. I ...
... 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 ...
... and admiring the London Eye, making our way through Southbank, crossing back over the river and stopping for a quick dinner in Victoria Embankment Park before heading over to Tower Hill. This was where Traci, Kevin and Simone went on a guided Jack the Ripper walking tour through Whitehall. Nathan and the children returned to the apartment as the tour was not suitable for children, not that they minded, as they were keen to ...
... corner then catching a bus to the top of Oxford St where we met up with her. We looked at a few shops along there and she could compare clothing shops with back home which made life easier. We then caught the tube from Bond St to Covent Garden which was busy and found a nice pub for dinner with Lani.
We found the Lyceum Theatre where the Lion King has been playing for 15 years, picked up our ...
... one large suitcase, one medium, and two small carry-ons). The lady in the wheelchair is seated outside the van next to my husband. We are sitting in the front row of the van and trying to figure out if we have to be gracious and move to a back row for her when suddenly the woman gets up out of the wheelchair and walks to the back of the van to yell at her husband! What the hey!? OK, we don't have to ...