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No wake up alarms, no getting the bags out for the porters, no getting on a coach at some ungodly hour, just a sleep in until we feel like getting up. So we stayed in bed until 7, showered and headed down for our standard full English breakfast ( soon to be discontinued when we get home). Today's plan for us is to hop on the number 74 bus to Hyde Park, then onto the hop-on-hop-off red bus to visit some sites in London. Greg and Julie Anne are going to get the underground into London and do ...
... back down the mountain with some more great photos on the way. Back onto the coach and back to the hotel with the rest of the day free to explore, or for some, find a laundrymat and bring the clothes up to scratch. Tonight our dinner is at the hotel, we can hardly wait to see what they dish up?! Back from dinner and it wasn't too bad, not fantastic but probably their best effort so far. A coffee and a little time finishing this blog, then off to ...
Departed at 8am and headed straight to Florence. After a 10 minute walk from the coach parking area we arrived at a leather factory where you could buy some really nice leather products at some really nice prices??. From there we were on our own for a couple of hours to shop and have lunch. Again some wonderful architecture and few people when we first arrived however ...
... have been take over by coffee and tea shops although some of the old favourites were there including the Old Jam Shop. From there we continued on to Bundanoon to meet up for the last time with Andrea and Sue and her husband Stuart. Somehow we have managed to meet up at least once every 2 years and really hope that we can continue to do so.
We returned to Bowral just in time to go out to the local Chinese ...
... to an attractive little town called Berry. It is full of cafes and gift shops well stocked up for Christmas shoppers. Looking back up, Ken could see spiral tower we climbed yesterday. Of course today was beautifully fine and clear, not a bit of fog or mist! After a short stop at Wollongong to find out a bit more about our next destination, the Sea Cliff Bridge, we continued on up this very picturesque coastline to the bridge. We couldn't spare the time to make stops ...