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... to walk and see where we ended up. Trafalgar Square, parliament street, Big Ben, London eye, the Thames and wen back through Camden markets and the west end. We stopped off for lunch at a pub which the food was reasonably priced (the food is so expensive over here, we are yet to find a fish and chips that isn't over £25) and the food came out still frozen! But of a downer, but not every meal is going to be good. We then made our way back to the hotel ...
The home of cricket. Today we spent the day at that exact place as we took a few tube lines and went to Lords / MCC. Here we learned how to play cricket and got s tour of this historic stadium. This is the home of cricket. Before we received a tour we got to practice some fundamentals and play a game of cricket. A great experience to play a game like cricket which is such a historic sport. ...
Up early to try to find a laundromat. What a day! We have Criss crossed London a hundred times. We have been lost a few times along the way but managed to find our way again. We started by going to Westminster Abbey. We went in the back entrance by mistake as the line was so long and it was freezing so we were looking for somewhere to hide from the cold. We went into a coffee shop which was at the back entrance and ...
... that it was all about to slow down a bit, or so we thought. It was definitely sad to be staring at the finish line but to look back at how far we had come was something to be cherished for a lifetime.
We had been away from home for 385 days. Of that, there were a mere 2 days where we were apart during a hike in Chile. We had accomplished so many goals along the way. Most memorable for us was setting foot on all 7 ...
Walked from Queensway to Granger & Co for brunch, which was nice but not ponycat nice. Then Jemima left us at notting hill, where we got the tube to westminster and walked along southbank from big ben past the london eye to london bridge, then walked up to st pauls cathedral ...