Windsor Guest House
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... their mermaids, dolphins and tritons. There are also three further bronze statues which stand on plinths around the Square. These are of General Sir Charles James Napier, Major General Sir Henry Havelock and King George IV.
Trafalgar Square is surrounded by some of London’s greatest museums and galleries, many of which are less than a 5 minute walk away.
... 8220;low emission zone” and I asked the drive what this meant exactly. He said
that London has strict laws on the emissions that cars give out so there are
certain zones on streets where cars would get fined if they are not in
compliance. SUSTAINABILITY! I arrived at London Solutions and received my keys
to my “flat”. She suggested I take the train; it was only couple stops away. I
took her advice but it was a struggle. ...
... moved really quickly however and soon we were in our pod gracefully heading skywards. The views were spectacular and it's easy to see why this has become so popular. Earlier in the day I had bought a bottle of NZ bubbles to give to Ange. Our bags were searched before going on the London Eye and the wine got confiscated! It was given beck after the ride but made me feel like a naughty teenager trying to sneak alcohol on board! It was dusk by now so Kalena and I shared some cider ...
... Somewhere. The guards and king were followed by a several women and a legion of children - the royal family, I guessed. Not wanting to give over my side of the walkway I got too close to one of the guards who glared at me as he reached inside his jacket. Realising I was probably about to get shot I stepped off the walkway and onto the carpet allowing the King pass unmolested. That was nice of me, don't you think? ...
... yielded some British treasures in the form of candy bars. So far my favorite is the Crunchie. It's a crispy honeycomb center dipped in chocolate. Kristi was awfully disappointed when the sour Skittles here turned out to be different than the ones at home, although the packaging is almost identical. None of the flavors match ours at home. We're having a hard time figuring out what they are, although I think red might be watermelon and Kristi thinks yellow ...