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... had Bacon butty which is just bacon on toast but apparently is a very english thing to eat. Then we took the underground to Russell Square and walked to the British Museum. We spent an hour or so and checked out the cool Egyptian section of all the mummy's and also some stuff from bible times. We went went to a little cafe for afternoon tea and walked around the streets of London. We ended up at Covent Garden which ...
... to go there.
Monday was our last day here and also Bens birthday, so I let him decide what we should do. Luckily we could leave our bags in the hotel until we were leaving so that made things easier. We headed to the London aquarium which we thought would be spectacular, since everything here seems to have huge collections. It was pretty expensive to get in (~$50 each) and it was a bit of a disappointment. We have been to the aquarium in Mooloolaba before and it ...
... never happens, because we had to catch our cab at 5:30am to get to the airport for Greece!
We did a lot in London. Did we do it all? Not even close!
There is no way so describe how I felt the last week. I was not ready to leave. Yeah, I missed MN and my family. But London had been home for over the last 100 days. I knew London better than St. Paul. But my time in Europe is not over. I'm off to Greece!
... continuing on foot in order to allow time to admire Big Ben and the Houses of Parliament. It's now time to stroll along the Victoria Embankment, created to alleviate the problem of 'the big stink'. Back in 1855, the river had become more like an open sewer and Joseph Bazalgette was commissioned to design a sewer system here. The attractive walkway, lit up by fancy lamps and lined with seating was designed to hide the sewerage pipes below. After a brief stop ...
... to her house. London traffic seems orderly compared to Paris, even though we did have a standoff with a double decker bus, with nearly touching the front bumper bars and glaring expressions exchanged. Our friend Joan has graciously allowed us to use her flat in London, whilst she is away in Europe for the next three weeks. After delivering us to her flat Joan took us on a quick tour of the centre of London and showed how to get around with our ...