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We got into London at six in the morning after a 15 hour plane ride. Then we had to go through customs and that kind of stuff. The we had to catch three trains to get to our apartment in London. By that time it was ten o'clock. But we couldn't check in till two thirty. So we went for a big, big walk. We walked to Hyde park and went into Lady Dianna's ...
... it was a two hour wait in line to get on so found out I could pay an extra fee to get on the fast track so did that so only had to wait 15 minutes to get on. Little information on the London Eye: opened in March 2000 has become an iconic landmark and a symbol of modern Britain. The London Eye is the UK’s most popular paid for visitor attraction, visited by over 3.5 million people a year. The EDF Energy London Eye is the world’s largest ...
... were leaning on the stage. I am sure the rest of the crowd was well aware that these two idiots in the front row were laughing, especially since my face was becoming more red than it normally is.
But really, no matter how hard we tried, we couldn’t follow what was going on. The play was entertaining regardless, as the characters were doing a wonderful job, and we were both enjoying it. The other thing that happed, was it started to rain. ...
... underground now after today! We decided to explore what was around our place and we found this really quaint pizza cafe type place and enjoyed a nice thin crust pizza. This pizza didn't have 10 layers of meat like they have at Western Pizza, which don't get us wrong, is delicious! But this pizza was good in different ways, the sauce, crust and herbs/spices that were on it all complimented each other..delicious! We continued ...
... ran out of time if I was going to make my rendezvous with Anne. I have loaded photos of the photos of the street signs onto Skydrive just to show that I have been there. While walking through Mayfair I ran into James Hird (Essendon AFL Coach) and his family who were wheeling their luggage to their hotel. I guess Essendon has next weekend ...
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