Arora Hotel Heathrow
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Today we decided to catch the changing of the guards at Buckingham Palace. It was crazy busy, the place was packed and well guarded. We saw as the guards did the formal change. All of a sudden people were cheering louder than they already were. Turned around and we saw the Queen being driven in her car.Next we visited the Taylor of Olde Bond Street …
... Garrett (from BC, abroad at the London School of Economics for the year) at Borough Market. Borough Market was my heaven on Earth. It is stalls and stalls and stalls of all of the food you can imagine, from every country in the world, and all of the vendors are oddly aggressive about samples. We probably spent an hour walking around and trying everything before making our actual meal selections. Christina and I split so we ...
We touched down in Brisbane sometime the following day to a warm reception from Danny and Robyne, who were there the day we departed all that time ago. Our trip was complete. Now onto that sausage roll Rach was craving for 13 months...
This concludes the blogs for now. For all those who stuck it out with us since our first entry in Colombia, you’ll be ...
... supplies for lunch in Hyde Park - photo attached of girls dipping their toes in the princess Diana memorial fountain / watercourse. Hope this not disrespectful(!) - seemed to be the done thing with several toddlers fully immersed. I should note the Indian summer continues - sunny and maybe 25 today. A lazy lope around the Serpentine and then to Harrods - that little piece of Dubai in London. Tried to enjoy possibly ...
Up early and off back to the South Bank where we wandered until we met up with Michael at the Globe Theatre at 12.30pm. Did the tour of the Globe followed by lunch at the Borough Markets. Michael then departed as he was moving digs. We caught the ferry from Tate Modern down to the Old Tate where we particularly wanted to see the works of Turner and Constable. Met up with Michael for dinner at the Woodins Shades in Bishopsgate. A lovely day all ...