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... London I am sure you'll agree that St Paul's is nothing short of spectacular by English standards. We were also lucky to be there as the choir was having their daily "Eveningsong." Wow, their is nothing like a magnificent 17 century cathedral in full song including organ. Sadly we weren't able to take photos inside. We finished our day back in the oldest pub in England, The Anchor so that Geoff could have his first traditional pub roast with Yorkshire Pudding, it passed the ...
... Charlie, Dougal and their friend Chester playing. I didn't have a bad game, a few holes let me down, but overall I was pretty happy. Charlie played well and Dougal had a shocker. But it was great fun just having a round with the boys. We played 14 holes until we lost the light and called it quits at 9.30pm. We all met Georgie down at the Lofty Turtle for dinner. And then home to bed. I did a lot of walking today and was completely knackered by the time we got ...
... which never saw a battle. Different than the others we have seen, it was last used for protesters of conscription (military draft) during World War II. Quite a bleak place to have been held. The city itself is nice and we spent a little time walking around here.
We arrived in York just before dinner time which will be our base for the next three days.
Oh yes, I should probably note for posterity the fact that a yet ...
... street for lunch at McDonald's. It was one of the nicest McDonald's we'd ever been in. I'm sure the building was well over 100 years old.
Next we headed on the Tube to Covent Garden Station where we departed and strolled down to the London Transport shop to pick up some souvenirs of the Tube. I'm not sure if everyone else enjoyed riding the Tube but I could spend all day traveling on it exploring all the stations across London, it is brilliant!
Covent Garden station ...
... bed back home. Now for the fun part of customs and landing and exploding my head. Sooo much tired. 8:22 Still at the airport, waiting for the train. So far we've only heard a few different British people speak. It has still be pretty damn exciting though. The guy at customs seemed cool just cause he a sweet Doctor Who accent. Looking forward to going outside where its less international. The London Underground ...
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