The Clarendon Hotel - Blackheath Village
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... hour workers on
the underground heading into the city. After getting off the train we walked
across the Millenium Bridge to the replica of Shakespeare’s Globe Theatre. We
did a tour of the Globe and it was very interesting to hear about the history of
the actual Globe – including that it was once set on fire by a canon being used
as part of one of the shows and the whole thing had to be remade, this time
with a ...
... infamous Tower of London is NOT free. It's really, really expensive to go in. It's one of those attractions locals probably haven't been to since they went on an elementary school field trip there. It costs the same as Westminster Abbey: a whopping 22£ ($38!?). The website doesn't even clearly state the reduced prices for students, which is 18£. Then I found a website called 365tickets.co.uk that sells tickets for a discount, so I got a student ticket for 14.50£. ...
Another clear blue sky as we left Amsterdam. Some tears as we said goodbye to some of our family of travellers. Since there was only 18 of us left it was quieter than usual on our motor home. Our first break was in Belgium and we bought some chocolate but we weren't sure if it was actually made there. We soon arrived at Calais where we went through immigration and they were very friendly but talkative, but we did make it through. Then we had to wait till Iris got back with ...
... map! The walk was lovely - past St James Park and as we rounded the corner there was huge excitement at the first sighting of Big Ben.
By the time we took photos of the classic red London phone booth, Big Ben and the Houses of Parliament, we were getting a bit nervous about the time. Disappointingly, the queue to get into Westminster Abby was long enough that we were warned we wouldn't make it inside before they closed over lunchtime. Ben and Mitch were relieved - Ben ...
... to Hong Kong for 3 nights and then back to Aussie Land on Saturday,getting a bit excited now, although not looking forward to the cold weather as we have had such great weather almost the whole time we have been away.After checking out at 12 we had a bit of a wait so headed down to the Park and Gardens for a wander, stopping for a cuppa and cake near the water before having a rest and doing this blog under a shady tree,what a ...