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... Yummo. The service and set up of our table was exquisite. Waiter laughed when he handed me the bill and I didn't even open it and handed it to mum. Mum was treating Katelyn and I and we loved every minute of it. We decided not to go to The Tower of London, Ceremony of the Keys as it did not start till 9pm at night and we were so full and tired. Decided to go back to motel and rest up for our tour. Getting a ...
... in the early dawn to pick up the Gatwick Flyer express from Victoria.
Two and a half weeks into our London Sojourn, having spent some time with all the kids and carrying a host of memories with us, we were on our own and ready to finish exploring more of London's treats and continuing with our adventure. Keen to build up our fitness levels, we walked for miles on our first day, taking in the beautiful gardens of Regent's Park and enjoying ...
So today was the last day of our tour. We only had to get from Warwick to London, which isn't really that far, but we stopped off at Oxford for a few hours which was quite interesting.
James (the tour director) took us on a tour around Oxford, showing us the ins and outs of it all. There are so many different areas to it. Not just 1 campus, but several different parts to it. We got to see Bodleian campus and how the library worked, ...
It was time to leave London and head for the airport, for it's time to go home. Our UK adventure is nearly over, as we wait for our flight to Seoul we have been discussing what has left a lasting impression on our hearts. Steve's top ten in no particular order are; London, Mersey Beatles at The Cavern, Beatles black taxi tour in Liverpool, Carrick-A-Rede bridge, meeting a possible relative in ...
The Winston Churchill War Rooms in London are extremely well done and very moving. They were far below the streets of London and evidently had 6 feet of metal and concrete over them. Quite a maze of rooms that held hundreds in "safety". Would highly ...