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Today was the first day of my tour, thankfully the weather was exceptional for my activity. I had booked a cruise on the Thames River, which took me all over the city to see the top destinations such as, London Bridge and Westminster.
I took a short walk down to the harbour, where I jumped on the Thames River Cruise. The booking was for the whole day were I was able ...
Our host provided us with curry recommendations at my request, but when we arrived at Regent Street all three of us agreed that midday curry no longer seemed appetizing. We did need caffeine, so we settled on sandwiches and cappuccinos at Make Mine. Along the way we passed an impressive window display at the Nike store featuring mannequins dressed as star players for the Jacksonville Jaguars and the Dallas Cowboys. This ...
... the next. The collection of crowns at the tower contains some that have been used by all royals, while others have been created for specific queen or kings. The most impressive display included crowns, orbs and specters organized in glass cases, with two moving walkways on each side to ensure that people don't cluster around the cases and everyone gets a chance to see the jewels. All the objects in the exhibit were adorned with diamond and other precious stones, ...
... admired the Elgin marbles and other Greek sculpture. Dave
took the underground back but Tamara walked along Oxford Street doing window shopping, and
then along Hyde Park and Kensington
Gardens, which took about
an hour. So it is feasible to walk from our lodgings to central London if one has the time
... board a newer boat on the way back, it was just a pity the commentary wasn't as good. Once back at Westminster we took a look around the exterior of the Houses of Parliament and then headed back to Liverpool St Station. At Liverpool St Station we caught up with Kim Bacon, a colleague from Brisbane who is now living and working in London, and after a coffee and a quick chat we jumped on our train back to Colchester. A great day out on the river and i learnt a thing or ...