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Travel Blogs from London
We are not now that strength which in old days
Moved earth and heaven; that which we are, we are;
One equal temper of heroic hearts,
Made weak by time and fate, but strong in will
To strive, to seek, to find, and not to yield - Alfred Lord Tennyson
Britain is an old nation. It's story is written from the monuments of London to the very stones from which they were built. It once commanded one of the vastest Empires the earth has ever known. Though it may be old, ...
... it was hilarious when a jet of water squirted out of a wall and hit me directly in the face (it would have been chest height on everyone else). After lunch we went to St. Paul's cathedral. We weren't expecting it to be so huge! It is massive! It's pretty incredible when you think about how long ago they built it. We then went to south bank and walked along the river, it was packed but pretty cool. ...
... supply work from August onwards - September is pretty quiet. Seems unlikely at this stage ill get a permanent but that's ok. Just makes it a little harder to budget for a flat and pick a location to look. Shane has a interview tomorrow and I have one more induction and Steve has organised us tickets to some races I think. On Thursday we head out to Gatwick for our red eye to Croatia on Friday ...
... over the subjects. You could be feasting and in high
regard one moment, and the next moment you could be chained to the wall or a waiting
execution if you got out of favor.
With a 90 foot wall, the tower gave an imposing view up and down the
River Thames, and at the same time provided a good look out to possible
invaders. Down through the
centuries the Tower has provided a royal residence, the royal mint, and is now the
home to the Royal ...
... One daughter was trying to explain to the other how post cards worked and whether Westminster was one word or two. The girl had obviously never sent or received a postcard. Then the cider discussion started, two young kids (ok, I am older, but I think they would have been lucky to be 18) walked in and wanted cider, but the bar was out and they didn't drink anything else. So they walked away. There seems to be a cider shortage at this pub as a ...