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... different guns amd swords used during battle. My favourite was a jewel studded gun that had diamonds on it :) Walking around the tower took around 3 hours. We had lunch at a cafe there and we shared a blue cheese tart and and apple and hazelnut crumble :) After lunch we wandered back towards the London Eye and found a sideshow place. We had a ride on the carousel and then went for a drink at a ...
... hop-off bus ticket and headed off to see London Town. The commentary was excellent by the on-board guide....St Paul's Cathedral was our first stop-off and the longer the day went the warmer it got. Great way for tourists to see as much as possible if you are on a restricted time schedule. Marble Arch, Piccadilly Circus, Big Ben, Tower Bridge, Buckingham Palace....and through the ...
... and only have to wait minutes for the next train or bus...this just wouldn't happen in Melbourne. Wimbledon was probably our main highlight, we decided to get up at 4.30am to join "the queue" that apparently started 3 days earlier. It was a little brisk but Sally, Dean and I braced the cold and lined up to be part of the 2000 odd people before us to receive the "queue card". Several hours later the sun was shinning and we were in! Front and ...
... and walked about ten miles. We were exhausted and more than a little grumpy.
We walked through the doors of our hostel at 11:30 pm ready to fall into bed.
Not so, my friend.
The not so chatty English chap at the front desk passed us sheets and a pillow.
Apparently, we had to make our own beds at 12:00 at night.
After getting over that blow, we made it to our room.
We opened the door to a room lit only by the ...
... border control. Our bags were waiting for us after immigration so zero wait there, then as we had nothing to declare we went out the green exit, no X-ray machines no questions, in fact we only saw 2 customs officer beside two benches calling the odd person out as they passed. Very strange really. Then we found our ride and off to our apartments in Kensington we went. All very tired so we ...