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... gay as well... Harry if you are reading, I love you, I miss you and I plan to come back here with you one day! :)
Dan and my taste buds were set loose. Scotch eggs are actually quite difficult to find, but a hearty breakfast is not. I am proud, (I probably shouldn't be) to say that I finished that plate of British breakfast... Okay I'm lying I didn't eat any black pudding. I can't bring myself to try it. Anyways I don't think my photo does it justice, ...
Funnily enough there was issues right from the offset, but nothing too major and easily passed. My train tickets which I had bought in advance specifically for this trip were for the 12:09 train from Newport to London Paddington and leaving Paddington the next day at 14:15, however when I arrived early (luckily enough) at Newport station I quickly noticed that my pre-booked train had been canceled! I panicked a little to be honest but head straight to the kiosk ...
... Chipping Sodbury is a rather prosperous-looking village center on one long, wide High Street. It has over 150 significant architectural buildings on the street, dating gave over hundreds of years. It began as the market town for the Lord of the manor located in Old Sodbury (a town we will see tomorrow, located south of Little Sodbury). Confused yet - get out a map. We are staying in the Rounceval Hotel, which was most recently a doctor's home (from 1870s to 1980s - it most ...
... of going to the top of the drawbridge tower and walking across for 9 pounds, eh why not. The first perk of being a student was discovered here, just by flashing my student card I got admission to the bridge as well as Monument, another attraction, back by saint Paul's for only 7 pounds! HOORAY!
Walked another 15 back to where I started and climbed another like 300 stairs to the top of monument. The sun had come out again and the day was still young, and since days like this were few ...
... out in their cockney accents, bantering away, trying to get the punters to buy from them rather than the next stall! "You've seen the rest, now come for the best! We know 'cause we’ve seen ‘em. Three sunflowers for a fiver!". Mum, you would have gone mad here buying flowers for your balcony!
This was followed by a walk down Redchurch St with lots of funky shops, galleries and awesome street art to explore. Colourful graffiti down the sides of buildings spelling ...