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Today is our second last day of the trip. We have two days left in London so we have a list of sights and things to do that we want to tick off.
We catch the tube to Oxford Circus and walk to Westminster Abbey. It is closed for sightseeing as the Sunday Service is on. We walk around and have a look at the front and then look in the souvenir shop next door. We then walk around the Houses of Parliament and get a close up view ...
... It proved to be a truly interesting tour with beautiful rooms. Of course the House of Lords is much fancier than the House of Commons – but the statues of Thatcher (!!! No comment) and Churchill were very interesting amongst everything else. Really worth a visit if you are in London. But they didn't let us take photos! We had lunch in the café there and then took the underground to Covent Gardens. So did about another million people. I believe lots of people do ...
... looking at the city lights on the London Eye, Big Ben and other beautiful buildings and made our way towards Trafalgar Square where we found a nice restaurant for our final dinner in England. We then had to return to our hotel and pack our bags for the last time.
I'm sad it's nearly over but I am happy that we've had such a good time, considering how I felt before we left home. We are very lucky to be able to do these things and I appreciate every bit of ...
... with he and Ann for Christmas in 1995. We drove the short distance to their house, where Ann was waiting in the garden, Ann looks no different either. Introductions and big hugs all around, before a morning cup of tea. We then left around 1/2 hour later to pick up Margaret and then drive the 40 minutes to Hever Castle.
Ann and Geoff had taken Fi and I to Hever Castle and I had such fond memories of seeing a castle with a moat and ...
... way to a British pub to watch the final of the soccer and the girls stayed home and packed for the journey home to Australia. The boys came home merry and the girls were asleep. We leave London on Monday 14-7-14 at 8:15pm, fly to Hong Kong and then onto Australia, arriving on Cairns on Wednesday 16-7-14 at 5:00 am. This is the final blog of our London Adventure and I want to say thank you to Tara and Brendan for the holiday ...