51 Kensington Court Limited
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... and Parliament, then headed back to the station for the hour long trip back to our hotel.
All in all, it was one of our favorite adventures of the trip because it was so unexpected and so easy to navigate around the city. Thank you British Airways for another unforgettable experience, that we didn't have to pay for! :)
As promised, we will put up one last wrap-up post when we return to San Diego. It's time to go catch our flight. See you ...
... Took some pictures of the Houses and Big Ben, went into Westminster Abbey bookshop and bought a booklet and some postcards.
Back to the hotel to warm up and have a coffee, wrote postcards and read until 5.30, posted a letter home, then had dinner across the road from Vandon House.
17 November : A bus to Piccadilly to CBC for mail, one card from Dale. Walked up Albermarle to Regent and into Liberty's. Walked down Waterloo Pl to the Mall, and through St James Park, ...
I ended had a play date with Rebecca before returning home to Finnish packing up.
It was very odd when we finally posted the key through the letter box of the flat never to return.
I am taking a leprechaun round the world with me and i will take photos of him as much as I can.
... as Zone 6 in London but we were pleasantly surprised!
It was so clean, so cute, so nice! In fact I'm stunned that Kingston isn't in guide books as one of the 'places to see' in London.
I don't think I have laughed so much at so little before! It was ...
... We jumped off just before we got to Westminster Abbey, took some photos of the Abbey, Big Ben and so on, then crossed the Thames. We had a look at the London Eye and London Dungeon, but they were both extremely expensive. We decided to find a supermarket for lunch, where a croissant, a jam donut, an apple and a Mars Bar cost me about $6AUD, much better than the hot dog vendor charging $8AUD each. After lunch we found a cafe where we could charge our phones and use the bathroom so ...