Marlin Apartments Limehouse
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... amazing. We sat just next to the Royal box to have a birds eye view of them setting up, what a job! There can be a different event on every day and to manage the logistics it is a true 24 hour operation – one night there may be a concert and the next day a tennis
match, which requires an entirely different configuration. As we were doing the tour staff were all around us, walking past us transporting equipment and the like to set up for the ...
... before my visit, so I could point few landmarks, but had I gone there later, it would have been much easier.
However, in London, during winter, it gets dark at 4. My first day ended at London Eye. I went back home on my own, even though Mama Koka said he'll come to pick me up from the station. I thought not to trouble him too much, so I walked back home. The way was interesting, lot of non-stop walking but being able to see some world renowned landmarks made it worthwhile.
... again watching him. He reminded me of what you'd see at Buskers on the Boardwalk back home in Saint John, although the atmosphere there just made it twenty times better. After this, I walked back to my hostel and decided to go out for supper to have fish and chips of course! It's really not much different than home I just wanted to say i had it in London haha. Now just gotta have tea and crumpets and I'll be golden. Right now I'm just sitting in the ...
... wanted to get on the first plane and head home but after Brendan's numerous texts and questions to Shon we decided to continue on our journey, so it was with heavy heart that we boarded our Qantas A380 headed for London, probably the longest flight of my life. As we flew over London and saw London Bridge, Big Ben, the Eye and the Shard I still couldn't get excited, I needed to hear that my baby girl was ok. ...
... close to the horses and the guards, far more intimate and up close and personal. Anyway after the obligatory photo with the nags, we set off past Westminster Abbey and the Houses of Parliament to the Thames. We stopped at the Whitehall gardens which were very pretty and continued on until we got a bit tired. Slacking off, we caught the tube from Temple to the Tower Hill station. Volunteers are ...