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After saying our goodbyes at the Beluga Resort we contended or massive journey. We checked our baggage through to London at Koh Samui. This meant that it had to travel to Bangkok, Dubai and finally to London before we collected it. Needless to say we were pretty concerned that we were going to arrive in London with our baggage still in Bangkok. …
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... br> At the very end of the tour, we took a table overlooking the lawns in the temporary cafe set up for the tour period. It was really beautiful sitting beside the Palace having a cup of hot chocolate.
By the time we headed for home it was almost 6 and everyone was tired with aching feet. After an hour's rest we delivered on our promise of another trip to Hamley's before dinner. After another hour of looking at all the toys, the girls still couldn't make a final decision as ...
... the cobbled laneways.Now of course it is very up market with a lot of the shops in tiny buildings which were previously houses.
Craig's birthday dinner was at New Zealand chef Peter Gordon's restaurant, Kopapa. This is the more casual dining option from amongst his London Restaurants, with quick meals geared around diners going from dinner off to the shows in Theatreland.
Home on the tube, all of us exhausted.
... floor below and have a lot closer view of the artwork on the dome ceiling. It is so amazing, it makes everything look like its 3 dimensional. We continued climbing (another 120 steps) to the stone gallery which gives you a 360 degree view around London. I whimped out there but you can go one level higher!! We then climbed down, into the crypt where we were able to see many famous graves and epitaphs including Lord Horatio Nelson and the Duke of Wellington. ...