The Luxury Inn
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... we all availed ourselves to. We are doing so much walking you see!
After lunch we headed to Tower Bridge, surely one of the most iconic bridges in the world. After checking out the Victorian Engine Rooms which house the steam engines we walked across the bridge to the entrance in the North West Tower. As we were walking across the bridge we were lucky enough to see the bridge being lifted to allow a boat to travel underneath, which we thought was pretty ...
... went to the large Pret in Leicester Square for lunch and then walked back to Piccadilly and down Regent Street. We explored all the floors of Hamleys and Josh and Sophie each chose something that interested them. We went to Nike World and Footlocker before catching the Underground at Oxford Circus and then back to South Kensington. The feet sure got a work-out ...
... was through "secret" London, so it was off the beaten path. We saw a lot of different sections of London and heard some fun stories. Our legs were so tired from walking all day, it felt great to be on bikes. We loved it. We biked across the Tower Bridge, which was really cool. The fresh air woke us up. We were a little tired today – the neighbors were partying last night.
Our bike tour lasted till 6:30pm, by which time ...
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And fair enough to say it felt like home up there simply because of the people, but so much had happened since then.
For a start, I cut all my hair off. That was such an achievement in itself - but to say that I raised $1300 for Jimmy's Walk For Cancer makes me so proud.
I set off in May with little more than some clothes, a cheap tent and a bag of rice to the far reaches of the Scottish Highlands.
And it was at this point in ...