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Today is the last day to do all the things we wanted to do. Last on the list was the London Eye and the London Tower, luckily both very close to each other.
Draz and Isla chickened out and waited on the ground whilst the rest of us headed off to the queue. London Eye queue was a mile long but moving quickly, thankfully.
The view was amazing, you could ...
... shame that they aren't able to be appreciated in their own countries. Then we caught up with mums friend Michael again. He's a nice guy, terribly pleasant and agreeable. He took us to have Devonshire tea and it was very delightful. He told us about how the clotted cream was made and that it was very rich. It was really nice and he just agrees with everything you say and laughs politely at jokes and helps whenever we had questions. A very good sort. Then I went to catch ...
... I say it’s not going to happen. So what now? Do I just not have a Premier League team for 2014-15? And perhaps many years after if they don’t win promotion back in? I mean, if Carlton (who also would almost be in the relegation zone at this stage too) were relegated to the VFL, I’m not sure I would venture out to Casey Fields or Box Hill Oval to see them play. Nor would I take up supporting any other team. I don’t think I could even ...
... from the first place because their restaurant was closed, weird as it looked open, we ended up in a pub that had a great beer garden out the back. It was called the Crown and Shuttle. The kitchen was set up in a caravan and served the most interesting burgers. I had Loomswood duck & Suffolk pork burger - yummy! I liked this pub, and the small sample of the Shoreditch nightlight. I will be back.
Lottie and I returned to the ice skating ...
... definitely (in)famous because of their association with the murders, but it was still quite nice to be led around a notorious area of the City, down cobbled alleyways and past centuries-old buildings by a local.
We won't bore you with the details, but this tour was truly fantastic and, judging by the size of the crowd compared to the three other Ripper tours we passed along the way, hugely popular. It is the only tour of its ...
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