The New London Carlton Hotel
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... the beautiful views outside. Once inside we got to see many rooms where the Queen would greet visitors and even knight new knights. The rooms were so large and really over the top with its interior design. We also got to see the church within the castle which was gorgeous and it was cool to see the flags of the current knights.
After visiting the castle we walked around Windsor to find a place to finally get some dinner and we ended up going ...
... Champagne (well it would be rude to refuse :-) ) Soon enough we took off and my sleep/breakfast plan worked perfectly. I woke up at just before 5:00am London time, went and freshened up and my breakfast arrived.
I had ordered the Full English breakfast (sausage, egg, tomato, potato, mushroom, baked beans, toast and croissants) and a cup of tea. YUMM I was hungry so asked if I could have just another sausage and scrambled egg. ...
... limp and as we entered the immigration hall they must have taken pity on him as we were told to go down the 'Special Assistance’ aisle and went straight to the counter, bypassing what would have easily been a 45 minute wait. Might have to try that one again!
Finally we reached our Wapping flat where Claire was waiting for us. Never has a G&T tasted so good!
Thursday morning ...
... job with interactive exhibits etc. After learning all about the history of the monarchy as it slowly advanced with the Tower, we queued up to see the Crown Jewels. They are pretty amazing, but with so many photos of them around it takes away from the experience a bit. We finished our visit to the Tower at the torture chamber, where we learnt about the bone chilling methods of torture and execution that were employed at ...
... inside the Tower, an incredible history preserved within its walls. We then got to go on a boat ride on the Thames. The water looked the same as the Yarra, kind of brown. It was a quick ride to our final stop of the day - the London Eye. Both Casey and I were kind of freaked about the height thing (and we all know how anti Ferris Wheel I am lol!) but we conquered our fears and did it! The views were amazing, and we got ...