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... This was just a simple night out but one to cherish because I won’t be able to spend time with Katrin like this soon. She has really become a close friend to me and I keep thinking about how weird it will be to not see her every day. I will miss coming home to her and just hanging out in our room together. From the start we clicked and ever since then it has been nothing but fun being her roommate. I remember I felt the same about my roommates in Disney and it was ...
Today I finished something I started in April.
The Tower of London.
I went for a few hours back in April thinking it wouldn't take THAT long.
But I was wrong. And never actually finished it.
So now I wanted to go and finished it again, also I wanted to go today because all the poppies ...
... clock tower, a bag full of Kit Kat's, Twix and Flakes and we were re-energised to walk across the road to the Westminster Pier. We saw our first red English phone boxes here. I took some pictures of the outside and then Hayley and Mum went to open the door for a "look at me I'm on the telephone" moment...but poor Mum nearly fell over when in the bottom there was a poo that she claims must have been done by a 7 foot man by the size of it! Eeewwwww! So, needless ...
... this entry because our time on the lovely Symphony had come to an end. Make of it what you will.
We had originally booked a ship transfer for today, but canceled it after the woman I had been corresponding with on Cruise Critic arranged a private pick up for us to share. It allowed us to stay on the ship an extra hour. We had traveled a total of 2017.1 land miles on the Symphony, and that doesn't include the miles on the treadmill, around ...
... had an interesting exhibition on in memory of the 100th anniversary of the First World War. The moat of the castle was filled with a river of metallic poppies, which climbed up the side of the castle wall. It was quite an eerie and beautiful sight to behold, giving the impression from afar that the tower was dripping with blood.
For dinner, Liam and I took the tube to Leicester Square station and headed to one of my favorite restaurants in London: Tokyo Dinner. Serving ...