The Bermondsey Square Hotel
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... UK hahaha. Just kidding, I love France! I even got to see the Lamborghini store since it was on the road I just happened to be walking down. I got back on the bus and it went down Piccadilly road again with lots of shops and famous places, like the royal grocery store. Then after passing the national mall, the bus went over the Tower Bridge (not London Bridge because these are two different kinds of bridges). While ...
... not be impressed!) - so funny watching all the dogs running in and out of the cafe, playing. After this, we went to visit Prince Albert's memorial which, to me, looks like a Thai Buddhist Shrine (see photo), it's beautiful. I love the story of Albert and Victoria... So sad that he died so young. Next stop was the palace, which I think is gorgeous and much nicer than BP (sorry Lizzy!), plus it's open for visitors - we didn't do the tour, but I ...
Saturday morning and it's time for the markets. We meet up with Claire and head through St Katherine’s Docks again to walk past the Tower of London. No matter how many times you see the Tower it’s still an exciting building, but this time there is a special installation of 888,000+ ceramic poppies to commemorate the 100th anniversary of WW1. ...
Today we finished our walking tour of the grocery stores around this all part of London (all crazy small ones with half the items we needed) and explored three new parks. All of them had their own memorial to a war hero, a rich man, or someone killed in some British revolution long past. They were also kitted out with a fenced area for dog walkers and we enjoyed once again the different breeds: whippets, yorkies, westies, English bulldog, ...
... 17th centuries. Two young princes were murdered here by their brother so that he could become king (Richard I) and we all know the evil of Henry the VIII and his penchant for beheading his wives and enemies! The girls liked the torture chamber exhibit and viewing the royal jewels But the rest, while interesting and noteworthy didn't make the list! ...