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It's finally time to hit London! Unsure of what to do and where to go we head straight for the tube! We take the easiest option which was the city express (little did we know this was the most expensive option and were soon laughed at by the Londoners). Being our unorganised selves we still have no where booked to stay and as it is Easter weekend …
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The new guard arrived in the same fashion. They marched behind a live band coming from Wellington Barracks and into the forecourt. Once they passed, we tried to get a better view of them behind the gate. We walked to the island in the middle of the circle, right in front of the ...
... but probably gets pretty expensive too. Then we headed over to Kensington park and walked through that to Kensington Palace. Princess Diana and Charles lived there, and supposedly Kate and Will live in the compound behind it now. We just quickly saw the outside and checked out the gift shop on the inside but it was quite pretty. Crazy how much history is in one building.
Headed back home for a much needed nap time and then got ready for dinner. We went ...
... as well as British Sign Language--a nice, inclusive touch. We decided not to wait for a guided tour and did our own thing, stopping at various points around the nave to view the locations of interest. We had our sights and hearts set on ascending into the Whispering Gallery and farther up into the dome to the Stone and Golden Galleries. But we gave our due diligence, listening to the stories about the construction of the cathedral following the damage of the ...
... north side of the Thames. From there, we decided to get a little walking tour in and set out to see some of the big old buildings of downtown London. We checked out Guildhall Museum and the ancient roman amphitheater that exists at its doorstep, and then walked by the Bank of England which was absolutely massive, and quite like a fortress I must admit. I immediately remembered the scene from Mary Poppins when they take the young boy to the bank to try to teach him ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsLondon Eye Hostel
It was ok- first hostel we have ever stayed in. Looking back it has probably been the worst we stayed considering the cost! 15 people in one room and there was no luggage storage! But all in all it was not terrible!
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