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On the journey back home we reminisced about our time and decided that as the final blog entry we would give out 'awards' that summed the trip up. So below are those awards and then some geeky stats at the bottom. Best food: A = Mauritus/India ( I love curries) J = Argentina (my grans food) Worst Food: Cuba (bland tasteless good) 2 Best money spent: Great wall 2 Worst money spent: Lord ...
... on our doorstep, and had excellent food. So within minutes of arriving at London we already ticked off ‘Pub!’ from the tourist list. Didn’t exactly feel like an episode of EastEnders but hey not too far off :) We had a very brief walk around as it was already getting a bit late after a long day - due to the change in time zones today is 26 hour long… so definitely tie to wrap this up, get to bed, and get ready to hit the town tomorrow. Hello ...
... to Earls Court where we cashed in our Oyster Cards - such great value - and headed back to the hotel for a shower and freshen up before our farewell dinner!
Today we saw some of the "new" London, which was very interesting and a tribute to the passion that London Lord Mayor Boris Johnston has for this city! It sure made one helluva change from all the old stuff we have seen to date!
So that's our tour just about over - been so good - but we are really looking forward to ...
... report that both Audrey and Vera were happy to work with me and that I was happy to work alongside them. Really, I’m just ecstatic that I served them both some use. I let them know how important and meaningful it was that I was able to work on actual legal advice. Audrey looked over my revised advice. It just needs some reorganization more or less. A quick cut and paste job and a short wait for some documents from the client.
Wednesday – July 8th ...
... a **** up.
Anita and I went through the White Tower, always interesting. Henry VIII's armour either makes other men feel inadequate or suggests that the king was trying to make up for something lacking in his physic. We then went through the Bloody Tower where Sir Walter Raleigh was imprisoned and where the two princes were kept before they were probably ordered to be executed by Richard III. Very small tower.
Anita and I then went through ...