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 …
... on fish and chips accompanied by onion rings and mushy peas - delicious, and not sure why it's not more common in Australia. Full and satisfied we went to back to the hotel to prepare for an event we had been generously given for birthday presents by James and Emma - The Book of Mormon! The music, the dancing, the story was all fantastic. Not your everyday musical that's for, but a brilliant way to end our London leg of the journey. We are now enjoying the much quieter pace of ...
... began with the Beefeaters in their enormous bear skin hats. We had a great view and lovely British ladies as our neighbors. They attend the parade every year and were well equipped with extra Union Jacks to share with us. When we got our first glimpse of Prince Harry and Princess Kate, and then the Queen and Prince Philip, we all waved our flags wildly like proper British subjects. We missed seeing Prince William and Prince Charles who were both in military dress and ...
Today is the reason we came to Ireland. When Tiffani was a little girl she read in her encyclopedia that there was a magical stone in Ireland called the Blarney Stone. Those who kiss this stone are bequeathed with the gift of gab, eloquence, or skill at flattery or persuasion. She never thought she would ever have the chance to go to Ireland, but now that the opportunity arose, her excitement rubbed off onto the other family members as ...
... proven to be so profitable, that its lease has been extended to 2020. It is 14 years old now, so it only has 6 years left. I HOPE to come back sometime within these 6 years. Traveling alone is expensive, but well worth it, to me at least. I need to save money for my next big trip, but I would love to come back to London again. It seems like 6 days is not enough!
After the London Eye, I trenched through the rain to get to the Waterloo station. In the rain ...