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... quicker to have walked. Take the bus next time, wrong choice again, but we got there. We decided to go to the Tower of London as mum had sent an email saying about the ceramic poppies which the Royals had acknowledged recently. Got on the bus at Baywater, sat down, then the driver asked everyone to get off - he'd broken down. Next one took us to St Marti-in-the-Fields, then he also asked us all to get off. Great detours due to road works etc, eventually arrived at the Tower round ...
... and leg it, the 1m leash is your saving grace.
What was missing from the last 12 months was a dirty meat pie. What better place than downtown London to chow down some greasy meat pies with mash and gravy, lots of gravy.
The English weather was turning it up for ...
... timer begins. And there is a timer, a large clock on the wall counting down. The first clue is painted on the wall, we get the code and are off.
We all moved indivudually and as a team, searching and seeking other clues, trying locks, calling out numbers or asking for second opinions on what we were looking at. Every now and then the radio we had would announce a clue, or there'd be a noise palyed and a clue would appear on the screen next to the ...
Thistle Marble Arch Hotel, arrived 5.30pm. Do not get hotel transfer, it was a 45min wait & the 45 min travel. Went to pub The Three Tons had fish & chips Yuk! Up at 4.30am for a 6.30 start. Coach to St Pancras Eurostar train. London is ...
I decided to go to Islington to visit the London borough as well as watch the new Grace of Monaco movie at the Odeon Cinema that was out at the time. It seems to be a pretty dominant theater district with the Almeida, Pleasance, and Courtyard theaters nearby. I did some background research before going and found out that it is also known for their boutique bars, cafes, and restaurants. The pubs I noticed are traditionally English, with the name Earl of Essex giving ...