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... clock in the world called Big Ben. We walked along getting to the side of Westminster palace. The palace is the meeting place of the house of commons and the house of lords, the two houses of the Parliament off the United kingdom. The first royal palace was built on the site in the eleventh century and Westminster was the residence of the King of England until a fire destroyed much of it in 1512. After that, it served as the home of Parliament of ...
... past Kensington Palace afterwards. We were lucky to catch one of the newly designed double-deckers that has reintroduced a second set of stairs like the old fashioned models. The kids are excited for our day in London tomorrow, which will start with a tour with a local guide in the morning. From there hopefully people will get a better sense of what they'd like to see after getting the lay of the land and we can structure the afternoon accordingly. ...
... and make my way back in just a little more time. Good joke. Two buses, two cabs, an hour and a half sitting confusedly at a bus stop later, I made it back to my host's place. Thank god for one of the cab drivers too. I didn't have cash for him so he took me to a major bus station instead of just leaving me there. He had an amazing cockney accent and said things like "It's no problem darlin'. I'm not just going to leave an American girl stranded in the streets of ...
... neck -- very cool. The only downside of the beer is that it was lukewarm and could have been a few degrees colder. I'll chalk this up to UK "preference" (errr -- we did the same things 200 years ago and can't change). We did try to order the "amazing" Sunday roast here but it was sold out by 4pm -- don't get me started on the whole "why don't they just make more since they know it sells out quickly every time" argument...
It was 10pm which is late to ...
... for me it was a time to absorb the
architecture surrounding the river....it was lovely to glimpse key buildings
like the St Pauls Cathedralas part of this mosaic of London cityscape......i
love domes & cant help but wonder whether this is a future painting scene
for me to consider....
We press on under a couple of more bridges...past
the HMS Belfast & towards the Tower Bridge....close to the London Tower
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