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... we should go to the arrivals as there was a shop that packaged luggage and he said they would help us. We also went to have a look at Qantas but they had no-one on duty and British Airways did not know. The shop at the arrivals place turned out to be the right spot, they even had boxes there - did we want one now? After a check that the size was right we booked a couple of boxes for our departure morning and some packing tape. All we need now is for them to ...
... the Tower of London we headed for a much needed break at a local pub. Jason found a brewery that he loves, Nicholson's, and they have about 35 pubs all over London....and he wants to see as many as he can...hahaha not really - but he really likes their beer so we have been to 3 so far and hopefully will hit up 2-3 more! We needed a drink after our children's behavior!!!!
After the pub we needed ...
... beneath. Only 31 were positively identified. Most were moved to the crypt area of the chapel. The chapel still serves as a place of worship for the 150 people who live within the tower walls. We toured the White Tower that was built by William the Conquerer. In there was Henry VIII armor, swords, pikes, cannons, and other weaponry. I especially like the story of the ravens. There are 6 resident ravens who live in the tower. It is believed that if they leave the kingdom and ...
... It was such a fun night, the music was awesome, Maz looked like a goddess and everyone had big smiles on their faces. We were only sad that we didn't have more time there. Back to Windsor the next day and our afternoon was spent with Aunty Joan and family at the polo in the Queens grounds, picnicking on sandwiches and strawberries and cream. A very English way to spend our last afternoon! The English sun shone for us one last time, then it was off to Heathrow to catch our flight to ...
... bit. So picture me sitting there with a hundred or so little sucker fish cleaning my feet while I laugh my ass off uncontrolably. It was great. And afterwards my feet were actually extremely soft. It worked!
Then I went to The Ice Wharf for breakfast/lunch. Eggs benedict for only 4 pounds and it was amazing. Sat by the water people watching for a bit and relaxed.
After walking around the markets ...
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