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Met at 9.30 after a lazy morning for some, headed across the road to Star Bucks for starter of coffee and down came the rain. Headed back to the hotel to pick up the hotel shuttle bus to go to the MTR in Exchange square Central bus depot where we caught the bus to Stanley Market. Rather scary ride winding around the hills ducking the trees. First stop was brunch at sort of French cafe where we all had a delicious omelette except for Di ...
... on, 2 weeks off in Western Australia. His wife Sharon (Shazza) was so talkative so we knew her life history by the end of the night, her daughters names and the fact one of them was off getting a tattoo while they ate. good wholesome Aussie family..
Saturday morning we took in the Salamanca Markets the minute they opened at 8am. This proved to be a good move since by 10am it was packed. It's a kind of highlight of the week in Tasmania. People from ...
... UK so we have been very lucky that the team GB hoodie only appears in a couple of photos. Before we realised it we had been walking for 3 hours and it was time to go back to the car and play Yoghurt roulette for lunch. In the afternoon we took a drive up the Tamar river to a little Swiss village. This was not that impressive but the giant inflatable jumping pillow was! Basically just a permanent bouncy castle in the ground. But I didn't play on it because I am nearly 31. Then ...
... br> From there up to Cataract Gorge and most went on the chairlift to get an aerial view.A quick bite to eat at a local cafe then to Longford to see a historic house and rose garden.
200 acres with many buildings in original condition.The rose garden had 5000 roses.
Back to hotel then out for dinner at the harbour wharf area.Pizza and gelato ...
... raced off down Constitution Hill to our first stop Buckingham Palace, then onto St James Palace home of Prince Charles. Then down Pall Mall to Trafalgar Square to view Nelsons Column, then onto Horse Guards Parade stopped outside the government offices from there Westminster Abbey, St Margaret's Church and finished off with a typical pub lunch of bangers and mash, yuk. Arrived back at our hotel at 4pm ...