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... before catching the new Docklands Light Rail south to the edge of the Thames and another Games project - the Emirates Sky Rail - which is a cable car ride over the Thames to Greenwich Village. The views from the cable car right over the area to the Thames Flood Barrier were great.
Once again when we exited the cable car we were in a new precinct - built around the O2 Arena - which has a transport hub, about 20 hectares of natural parklands and many new residential buildings.
... area. Very close to the Tower is the very famous "London Bridge". It was not falling down today but looked impressive. We wandered further along towards St Katherine Dock and met with Cam's host sister for dinner at The Dickens Inn. We thoroughly enjoyed catching up with Aline again as it is over seven years since she last visited and stayed with us in Box Hill. We were just fortunate that our visit to London coincided with her six ...
Caught the plane into London at about 10:30 last night, and went straight to a pub. British people are so funny to drink with, and they shout so many beers! And feeling slightly tipsy I stumbled to my hotel, checked in and passed out in the bed.
I woke up the next morning and went into the centre of the London, I took the last of my money and went on an ...
... did not and were not too happy. We
ended up with around 1.5hours at each place (half an hour more at each would
have been perfect). It was a three hour trip back to London from the last stop
which gave us a chance to rest. In the evening we went down to Downing street
on the way back to our hotel, but it is so well protected by gates and about
fifty (ok, more like 6) policemen with big guards you can’t actually see number
10. We took a photo of the ...
Our first day waking up in London! Jet lag had set in a little, but not too bad. Matt and I went for a jog before breakfast; it was a little colder than what we were used too. We called in at Kensington Palace, and ran through the Hyde Park. It was a great start to the day. The kids had a slow start having breakkie and getting to know Nanny and Grandpa.
Today we went on The Original Bus Tour - yes it was the open ...