Marlin Apartments Canary Wharf
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... 1V and part of Queen Victoria's reign it became a slum area. During the 1860s old tenement houses were knocked down and replaced with more modern streets and buildings. In the 1970s it was planned to undertake extensive redevelopment in the area which would have resulted in high-rise buildings replacing the historic buildings. Fortunately the local council were pressured into preserving the area. Well worth a visit.
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After a good night sleep but still sleepy we headed to Tower Hill to begin our treasure hunt. Using a guide there were directions and clues to help find the treasure. It led us through areas around Tower of London and St. Catherine's Dock. It was such a beautiful day and was a lot of fun finding out way around. We are a great lunch around the boats. Other than the heat of the trains it was a fun day out. Now onto shabbat dinner and some quiet time with the ...
... its going to take some time until we actually get there, plus its been a long time since I have been into London, especially SW7 area
After a very boring underground journey (amazing how quiet it was, people either had earphones in or played games on phones, ipods or tablets, no one spoke)
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The one disappointment for me on the day was that seeing a show ended up getting taken off the itinerary. Day 2 didn't go quite ...
Today was our first of two free days in London. The first thing on the agenda was to get our tickets for the hop-on-hop-off bus, and our tickets to the Fulham vs Reading football match. From there we grabbed breakfast and then grabbed the tube to start on our adventure. We looked at the boat tours but we came at an inconvenient time. So we started to walk towards Big Ben, but it started to rain so we hopped on ...