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... a train to kings cross station and bought our 7 day train ticket. We then made our way to Claygate (a suburb in south west London) where we meet Annabelle and uncle Mike. We were quickly on the move again, this time heading toward the national science museum, we had a go of a jet simulator and a 360 degree flight simulator where you got to move the plane and try and shoot down enemy planes. We also checked out the light, electricity and movement ...
... to walk across the Millennium Bridge, the newest bridge over the Thames. It was a neat pedestrian bridge, but I wouldn't make a special trip to see it.
We left the eastern part of the city and went to "Oxford Circus." It's not a circus although the crowds of people make it seem that way. (London also has the more popular Piccadilly Circus). We shopped at Liberty, a large department ...
... to the restaurant. We walked up ''the mall'' - which is the road leading up to Buckingham palace that is paved red for royalty. We also went through St. James Park & saw that London has obviously had good weather as the flowers are in full bloom. There are big, fat squirrels, both black & white swans, pelicans & some weird looking brown geese wandering through this park that eventually leads up to Buckingham palace. Beyond the palace we walked ...
... scenery in all of the countries we visited, draped in green and bathed in sunlight, was so untamed and wild that we were constantly reminded of how far we had come, how much we had seen and how much of the world we still could see. It's a big place, and SE Asia reminds you of it.
- Despite the lack of variety, a lot of the food was actually delicious.
- The price of everything in South East Asia is stunning. Gorgeous and enormous rooms for £10 ...
... jammed in and not having an alternative route meant we were really stuck. It took another 3 hours to get out of that mess and find another route. We got to cross over the Tower Bridge so that was pretty impressive after an horrible trip of honking horns and impatient drivers. Our leisurely 4 hour drive turned into a 9 and a half hour, from go to whoa, trip from hell. We were all relieved when we got to our London accommodation that ...
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