Chiswick Lodge Hotel
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At 1:00 it was time to head over the U.S. Embassy for the tour. Which ...
... we headed on the tube again for our next stop, the London Eye. The London Eye goes high up, but it doesn’t go as fast as the rides at Canada’s Wonderland, so it wasn’t scary at all. After we got all our pictures from the London Eye we stopped in the park for huge hotdogs for lunch. Then we took the tube to Buckingham Palace. When we got there we took lots of pictures of the outside of the ...
So we are finally off after what felt like months of packing and preparation!
we are at Gatwick airport on route to Kathmandu via Instanbul.
our lives are now contained in a couple of bags. - quite light too at 13-14 kg apiece ( including physio books and stuff)
Now we ...
London is one of the world’s most popular tourist destinations. The multicultural city offers rich history, culture, arts and entertainment as well as stunning architecture and a variety of shops and department stores to delight all shopaholics. However, London can be an expensive place to visit and those who are on a budget may struggle with the cost of visiting and staying in London. This does not mean ...
The overcast day was pleasant as rain abated until 5.00 pm - almost at home base and the temperature of approximately 15 degrees C was comfortable. Visited the Churchill War Bunker and learnt so much of the man who lead Britain to Victory in World War Two. The story covered his life as he lived to a good age of 90 years. Topics included: Family education and influence Political career Triumphs and failures in his political career Bunker life during the ...