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... VIII joined in as well. Was good to do something different. Today we are going to do the London bridge, towers, dungeon and a few things we want to return to and a bit of shopping on Carnaby street and the south bank. We meet with our Contiki group tomorrow for a de-brief before our departure at 6am tomorrow. Because it has been a while since my last update, I am going to put my pictures up on facebook. It takes to long to do it through this app. Much love to you ...
... I went and bought a book about the connection of baseball to cricket. We than had to hustle back to the hotel to change as fast as possible so we could be ready for Octagon. Here we got a lecture about marketing of sports. A great experience and some awesome once in a life time information and our day came to a finish. Side note I would add more pictures but for some reason it won't let ...
... never in my life seen anything like it. It was breathtaking. We wondered around with our mouths open staring up at the dome of the cathedral. The statues and paintings and mosaics were exquisite. Down in the crypt the remains of famous people are everywhere. This creeped Cherry out completely. She decided to climb the 526 stairs to the top of the dome. I sat at the bottom and waited fearing a heart attack. Cherry and ...
... with the Mora family, the fun times we had in Peru with Aldo’s family, the Fitch’s in California, Cleave and Cathy in Colorado, Dave in Florida, Kat and Antoine in Paris and the superheroes in Amsterdam, Martijn and Lesley, we truly had an incredible time made so remarkable by those who we met along the way.
We hopped aboard our Airbus A380 and settled in for the 28 hours or so of transit home.
Met at Sloane Square to go to The Botanist for breakfast, then had a quick walk around Chelsea to see the shops, then caught a red bus to Buckingham Palace to see the changing of the guards, which was significantly underwhelming. Walked around and accidentally found Big Ben, Downing Street and Trafalgar square, where we had lunch at a cheap pub. Continued walking to Soho past leicester square etc, and went back to the hotel for ...