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... the two-bag-carry-on-limit; and, we do.
We reach the Rialto bridge waterbus stop early enough to
board an earlier boat. It is small and crammed with airport commuters and their
(our) baggage. Soon, we are passing stops because our craft overflows with
people—much to the obvious chagrin of those whose schedules are disrupted
because of no room on their planned transport.
At Marco Polo airport—a ride on the water of just ...
Bright sunny morning as I set off for another walking tour of London.
Today I decided to try out the myth that if you go to Piccadilly Circus and stand near the Statue of Eros you should see someone you know within 1/2 hour. Yeh right well within 20 minutes there was a local couple I knew. We had coffee together and agreed the myth was ...
... most stores didn't open until later because it was a Sunday which wasn't necessarily a bad thing! Once at Piccadilly Circus, we grabbed some doughnuts, went to a huge London shop to pick up a few trinkets and then walked to Trafalger Square.
The National Gallary is on one side of Trafalger Square, with other beautiful buildings, awesome sculptures, fountains and Nelson's Column also there... It was quite impressive. The kids liked all the fountains and statues so we spent some ...
... Jewels. And we think we had it easy. By the time we exited Jewel House the line to get in was at least 1 hour long. We ended up spending about 4 hours at the Tower looking at the various towers, wall walks, armouries and souvenir shops.
The plan was to go to the Science Museum but we decided to defer that until tomorrow and went to Greenwich instead. We saw the Cutty Sark, the Painted House and then walked ...
... around the elevators and with our wise knowledge made the decision to take the stairs despite the safety warning advising that there are 175 stairs and to take the elevator for your own safety. So we lugged up our heavy packs and carry on luggage up 175 steps. When we reached the top we were quite tired. But we knew our hotel was right around the corner. We arrived at the Royal National Hotel just in time to be told to check in via Contiki.
We found our ...