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... London. In our week we managed to secure three locals of our own:
1. Cafe for breakfast run by a Turkish family from Gallipoli
2. The Lucas Arms: our local pub, we started and finished beers here
3. Half a Cup: a great cafe / bar which we visited for breakfast and evening drinks a few times
We visited the British Museum, saw the mummies, walked down Tottenham Court Road, saw where I worked, ate at a French cafe I've ...
... site. Three buildings in Liverpool also called the Three Graces are Royal Liver Building, Cunard Building and Port of Liverpool building. You can also visit the famous Liverpool Cathedral, which is the largest church building in the world. For football enthusiasts, Liverpool has an entirely different meaning as it is home to the famous Liverpool football club.
We have only two days left before we pick-up our car and head north, so today we needed to complete the walk along one of the remaining canals of London. We started the walk at Bloomfield Road near Warwick Avenue Station and followed a guide provided by the Canal and River Trust. The walk goes down the Regent's Canal, past the London Zoo, the Royal Parks and the Camden Locks. We started at the Westbourne Terrace Road Bridge and headed down the ...
... of London. The Whispering gallery was just what it was supposed to be. The acoustics are intriguing and fascinating. All those stairs was enough to stimulate a thirst and hunger in anyone so we headed down to the cafe in the crypt of the cathedral. The lunch was simple but tasty and nutritiuos - roast chicken seasoned with herbs, small new potatoes and a choice of salad.
From St Pauls we walked to Mansion House tube and made our way to the Tower of London. Similarly ...
... take off. Given our late departure and the inevitable impact that this would have on our arrival time in KL, I was a little concerned to determine that our 100 minute transfer time would be slashed to just 40 minutes (assuming that we didn't lose any more time on the way) but Claire told me not to fret and that we would sort it when we get closer to our destination. In retrospect, this was sound advice, especially when the flight before us was going to last at least ...