YHA London Thameside
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We have survived week one...with only toast for breakfast (not cereal and toast!!!)
London has been really good, a lot better than we expected. The weather has been lovely and sunny, gets bright soo early however and the girl in the room won't shut the bloody curtains, lauren is awoken every morning to a blinding rooftop ahhhh …
... After lunch at Pret A Manger (which we all loved), we then came back to the apartment and had a big rest. I went to meet a long time family friend who now lives in London while the kids watched their tablets- which have been life savers for them and for us!
Altogether a busy day again and looking forward to my big boy's birthday tomorrow when he turns ...
... the war broke out. She worked in a munition factory (some of which were hidden underground in the tube subways) and married an Australian soldier in I 919, sailing to Australia following their honeymoon and never seeing her parents again. The soldiers who guard the Crown Jewels are also those who guard Buckingham Palace and are from regular army units in between operational deployments. The line to see the ...
... souvenirs. We ventured a little further and before we realised it came across Trafalgar Square, streaming with people attending "Turkish Day in London". We didn't stay long (didn't understand a word they were saying) and ventured on, eventually circling back to Covent Garden. We checked our map and realised we were in walking distance to the British Museum, so headed that way. The museum is free to the ...
... grow any bigger) and for dinner just something small. The one thing backpacking teaches you is that when you have the opportunity to eat and I mean decently, you eat like there is no tomorrow because there could be quite literally no food tomorrow. We tubed it to Big Ben, saw the tower and walked to Westminster Abbey, sat on the grass (which I think is forbidden) and pulled out daisies (even more illegal) and made daisy chains. Headed over to the beloved Buckingham palace and was ...