51 Kensington Court Limited
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... These pigs were about as big as horses, they were massive! After we got back from Stonehenge it was quite the rush to make it to pick up our Air BNB keys by 9pm in Shoreditch. So, Jenna and Kailee went to go pick up the keys while Lindsey and I went to get our luggage. Well, Lindsey and I made it perfectly on the tube to the area we were going, then as soon as we go to look for the address of where our luggage is, both of our phones die. What else do two ...
... after his victory! Not really presents I would want, lots of plates and big gold things that are really quite ugly. I wasn't allowed to take photos in this house either which is a bit annoying. There was a big staircase that I walked up to the next floor, at the bottom was a big gold statue of a man holding a gold ball with a fairy standing on it. I reckon JK Rowling got her snitch inspiration from this ball! On the first floor was a lot of fancy rooms, as usual. One room had curved ...
... What a crazy adventure it's been living this side of the world, a move I'll never regret. First flight was into Madrid, with a short changeover before landing in Bilbao, and just my luck they've lost my bag! What a start! Even worse because it's got my whole life for the next 4 months packed in it now! Finally make it to meet ...
... gathering place this would have been with the rooms upon rooms of different steam/hot water/warm water/cold water spas. In the 19th century Jane Austen lived in Bath. After exploring these main sites I enjoyed lunch at a cafe - ordered some proper fish & chips with a 1/2 pint of cider (my favorite sized beer ever, just the right amount) and explored some of the local shops. Time to leave Somerest (City Bath is in) and travel to Stonehenge. We continued our adventure along ...
... hop off bus, and stayed there for a while until we got to the Tower of London. The guide on the bus gave a lot of interesting information while we were getting there. The tower was one place I was interested in going - specially after doing the Tudor exhibition in Paris. It was good, and it was pretty amazing being able to see the Crown Jewels. There weren't that many people there, so I had a very good view of everything.