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... a word the guide was saying- so we explored ourselves. Toby particularly liked the torture rooms and learning about the prisoners. He also loved hearing about the Ravens that are kept in the Tower of London grounds by clipping their wings so they can't fly off due to past superstition. We did get to see the Crown Jewels after a 45 minute wait which were quite breathtaking. After ...
... manager came over to our table telling us he had a surprise for us. He had noticed our Jewish new year's celebration and sent over glasses of limoncello for the adults with a white platter inscribed with 'Shana Tova' drizzled in chocolate sauce for us. It was such a lovely touch! (Even if the words were written in backwards order).
A lovely end to our London leg. We are all so sad to be leaving and could easily have stayed another ...
... high five. I'll admit, the enthusiasm may have been one sided. Finally a bus came along and we hopped on. 27 seconds later, they announced the end of the tour. We had walked for 30 minutes, waited another 30 minutes and traveled about 300 metres. Luckily, we were able to go around a corner and hop on another. Anyway, the rest of our day was pretty much spent on boats... Did a cruise down to the Tower Bridge and jumped on another to Greenwich where we experienced ...
Maddy woke up early today with a massive ear ache.
Mum had to try and work out what was wrong and then where to take her. Unfortunately Maddy was in so much pain that they left for the doctors at about 7.30am so they could be first in line.
About 30 mins later they arrived home - the doctor wouldn't see them because they weren't registered. Mum then went and saw Elle's ...
... Art Gallery has a round painting by Hodges of a Maori warrior standing on a rock in Dusky Bay (Sound). This warrior also appears in another painting which includes the warrior's family group, a waterfall and rainbow. The photo here is not very good as the painting is hung up quite high. Cook and his crew on the Resolution spent 5-6 weeks at Dusky Bay recovering from their voyage across the southern ocean from ...