Prince William Hotel
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... texts & uncapped data....lasts for 30 days! We are definitely ripped off in SA with regards to cell phone costs! A lesson learned too late, don't exchange your forex at TravelEx, apparently they are the most expensive.
Next, we boarded the Underground from Heathrow to Tower Bridge, with a change over at Green Park...the cost of the journey was about GBP 3-50, which was an absolute bargain! If you are spending a few days in London, it is ...
... wetsuits, or relaxing with us in the sun. We also saw several fishing boats return to the harbour with their catch for the day. We and a long chat with a young local couple in their coffee shop about Doc Martin, the way Martin Cluney has controlled his merchandise in the town, and the guy's Australian pet albino lizard!! After dinner in the DocMartin School House, now a restaurant ( Peter says the fish and chips were the best he has ever eaten) we walked back to Port Gaverne and an early night in. ...
... various shops to enjoy, as well as amazing food.
Stonehenge was interesting. We learned about all the research they have found out about the Stones and the people who create it. They are slowly getting closer to figuring out things. It was very interesting, but it wouldn't be worth it if just that was the trip.
Sunday was a catch up day on homework
Today (Monday) I went to Harrods. It is ...
... There was one shoe shop that sold every single type of shoe and it was really cool. There was another shop that had thousands of iphone cases and Declan got a new case there. We then got on the crazy tube at rushhour for our journey home. When we had got home Granny B had made us some Hamburgers and they were so so so good! We had a marvelous day and we needed to get to sleep so we walked to sheilas and went to bed. Thanks - Grace
Chelsea and Wimbledon two of the most popular sporting venues in London as well as all of England. Our first stop was Wimbledon after we hit a few train lines we made it to this top notch complex. The security they had for the facility was in full force as for the first time our bags where checked before entering the grounds. We started our tour off with a little lecture on the ...