Comfort Inn and Suites King's Cross / St. Pancras
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Rest day behind us we are off today to see St. Pauls Cathedral and go to a play. Anne had had a short visit to the Cathedral once before but Bruce had not been inside. An amazing unique cathedral. Surprising was the number of tributes to war dead, the leaders and heros and various battles and wars. Often in cathedrals Crypts are not open to the public but not the case here. We decided we needed a bit of exercise so decided to climb up to the Whispering ...
Today we got up and had a nice breakfast at the hotel. We were going to run in Hyde Park, but the weather wasn't great. After breakfast we headed across the park to the museum district. The Natural History museum had a 45 minute lineup, so we went back to the science museum and looked at some more exhibits that we didn't have a chance to see last time we were there. After the museum we had coffee up at Foyles, then made ...
... were in one area where the owner said didn’t need them any more as they had bathed in the pool. Then off to Talacre where there is an old light house in the water. It was low tide so you could walk out to it but high tide you had to swim. Next was Llandudno which is on the water front with loads of people. We found a toll road which cost 3 pounds so very few people used it. It was great running around the cliff face and eventually to the top where there was ...
We arrived at Emma and Paul's late yesterday afternoon, after travelling from Melbourne to Dubai, then on to Heathrow. It was lovely to finally be out of the plane. We headed into London today to do a bit of walking - Tower Bridge, Millennium Bridge, London Bridge and lots of places in ...
We arrived into the UK in time for the wedding festivities of our very good family friends, Neer & Arti. As per Hindu weddings, this was not a one day affair - but over a fair few days!
It was lovely to see some familiar faces from home after three months on the road. During the festivities we also made new friends and had a blast over the course of ...