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Travel Blogs from London
Well, so much has happened since I left Slovenia. Landed in London to a wet cold windy day and I was as down and blue as the weather, after a teary few hours I got myself together and got out walking, got lost etc, and called family friend Narell who lives a few hours out of London, Narell kindly came down and met me in London to celebrate my …
By the time I got to London my feet were just two big blisters. I guess that is what I get for walking over nine hours a day. The hotel was in a residential area so I got a good idea of what English rowhouses are like. I ran into a slight cultural difference when I checked in to the hotel. The clerk told me the room was on the first floor which I …
We drove back to London on Friday and as we passed Reading on the M4 there was a beep-beep, beep-beep from my phone. Yay! It was as if I'd called Orange and selected option 4 - Reactivate Social Life. A few texts later and the next 4 days were filled with catching up with some of my favourite people. Although I'd vowed, and tried to pack as little …
... Roman columns. It is definitely a must
see attraction in London. We could have spent days exploring the vast
collections of the museum, but time waits for no man.
It was time for Judith to leave, but I couldn’t let her go
without having her write a quick guest column. Here she is, in her own words:
Hey guys, this is me taking over Noah’s blog (because let’s
be honest: it needs some new spirit).
Of course I am ...
... TV and wasn’t at all concerned! Due to the late hour we had dinner in the club/lounge and fell into bed exhausted after a great day.
Today was our last day in London so it was time to pack our bags ready for our 12 noon check-out. We had planned a visit to Hampton Court Palace (once again Trev decided not to join us) so after booking out Sal and I took the underground to Waterloo Station where we changed trains for Hampton Court. There was ...