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... Canada, but this was better in that we sat in front of a huge window and watched red double deckers and neat cars drive by us. We drank Guinness and Smithwick beers all night, ate mussels and french fries and listened to the live band who serenaded us with oldies tunes. (my fave!) We stumbled back to our room after midnight, excited to wake up and continue exploring and enjoying this amazing honeymoon.
... He had a small little porch he called his classroom and gave us a half hour on beekeeping. We then got to taste honey, honey mixed with pollen and whipped honey. We bought a jar of the whipped honey - it will go perfectly with peanut butter. We had a pleasant ride down to Maslinica and arrived as the ship was docking. There were a horde of tourists who wanted to board other boats that were docking next to ours. It made loading the bicycles somewhat difficult. After departing, ...
... and take pictures since that's what you see on tv. But on second thought, it makes sense that you can't just walk up to the prime ministers front door and say "Whassup!" The bus turned left toward Westminster bridge and we passed parliament square which is bordered by Westminster Abbey, the Supreme Court, the House of Parliament and Big Ben! We learned that Big Ben is not the name of the tower, but the name of the bell inside the tower.
... guests visiting Paddington, Paddington Basin is the hive of
business activities taking place in the city and the best part is that the
place is surrounded by most of the beautiful architectural wonders of the city.
These are not just all, you can visit a lot of famous tourist attractions like Buckingham
Palace, Trafalgar Square and London Zoo as well if you are staying in
... br> In my first class, we took a trip over to the cartoon museum since it is a graphic novels course -- definitely a great alternative to sitting in a desk! After we were done with that, I went and wandered around the city by myself for about three hours. I walked through clothing stores that had prices with so many numbers that they ************* the tag, I ordered espresso from the top-rated coffee shop in ...