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... a computer. It was getting crowded. We were sitting in a space for four people, but two out of four wanted more than their allocated space. The man grabbed his computer and raced down the carriage to take another empty seat further down. The model took herself off too. She ended up across the way. This left me and the pretty young business woman. I was feeling a bit concerned. My clothes had been recently washed but only in a hand basin. Did I pong? We settled in and the ...
... London Eye right in front of me. Holy cow, its HUGE. And some of the other builings I recognised, but dont know the names of. Oh, and I saw Big Ben.
Me beinv a dumb dumb, I brought along my tablet, and not my camera, so when I was taking photos, I looked like such an asian tourist. Oh well. It was only for one day.
I walked along the Waterloo Bridge, then along the other side of the river, then used the public toilets (these toilets ...
... next to Leadenhall Market, beautiful old buildings in a cross-shape, cute shop fronts in rich old-fashioned colours, it’s all covered in with a high glass roof. We’d hoped to have lunch there but everything was closed so we carried on to Tower Hill Station where we had a quick bite then joined a walking tour for two hours. It covered old London from the Tower of London to St Paul’s and we thoroughly enjoyed it. The ...
... straight forward and I headed out. After I'd walked for what seemed to be long enough to have been there, I asked a couple of people who didn't even know where it was. Not looking too good for me! I didn't give up though and continued my quest. Looking at the map that the concierge printed for me, I identified a couple of main roads and determined that I was probably headed the wrong way from the start and I proceeded in the opposite direction. I came upon another pub, ...
Went to Windsor castle on the way back to London. It is magnificent ! The royals were not in so most of the castle was open to the public . It houses so many precious historical things...gifts from other monarchs over the past 700 or so years. Every room is impressive with furniture , paintings, works of art. Over and over I kept thinking about hoe young our country is compared to the things we were seeing worth the stop! Take a ...
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