Marlin Apartments Queen Street
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... National Portrait Gallery: This gallery is home to more than 10,000 portraits of some of the most iconic figures in Britain’s history. Here you will find portraits of Henry VIII alongside J K Rowling and a visit here would certainly make for a very entertaining afternoon.
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... 150lbs of luggage up and
down the stairs of the tube made me stick out more than I already did. I ended
up meeting someone that was at London Solutions with me at the tube and asked
if he was going to Barons Court as well. It was an Italian guy with his dad so
we figured out the streets together to get to our apartment. Once I reached
mine, it was pretty empty. There was evidence of a roommate in my room but was
not home. I began to unpack ...
... bench with Big Ben behind us and the Thames in front. The city lights all switched on as London changed from day wear to night mode. It was a fun last evening in this city. Now we are heading for Luton airport from where we will fly to Zurich for the next leg of our journey. I'll really miss Kalena - she has been a great travel buddy. We have had so much fun here in the UK. I had underestimated how beautiful it is here and how much there is to see and do. I definitely need to ...
... new head of the Church of England in place of the Pope. Henry V111 created the Church of England because the Pope wouldn't let him divorce one of his wives!
* A couple of Henry V111's wives were executed here - one for having affairs with other men!!!
We enjoyed climbing the narrow spiral, stone staircases in the towers and also viewing the armour and of course ...
Kristi has been wanting to ride the London Eye so we thought tonight would be the best time. Plus it was dusky so we figured it would be pretty. The line was crazy long but we saw a "FastTrack" access point. We inquired at the ticket booth and it was a few pounds more to skip the line. I was all about that. Security didn't seem very well organized here, which
didn't seem like a great sign to me. Nevertheless, we jumped to the front and grabbed an ...