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Travel Blogs from London
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We checked out of our flat this morning and took the train to Canterbury. It's still raining and we're feeling pretty soggy. Unfortunately, much of the cathedral was closed.. What we did see is gorgeous. The stained glass windows are fantastic! Tomorrow we head home.
... main gateway to the grand priory and it's buildings and is still used today as the Chapter hall of the Priory today. The gate itself was erected in 1148, but after Henry the VIII's dissolution of the Monasteries, St John's Gate passed through several owners. At the beginning of the 18th century the east tower housed a coffee house, run by the father of William Hogarth, the painter. In 1731, the west tower and the room over the archway became the house and printing works of Edward ...
... Heathrow Express to Paddington and then a taxi to our hotel. (Yes it was a black cab!!). The drive to our hotel was fantastic, we scored a lovely cabbie who pointed out lots of sights etc to us. On checking into our hotel, the concierge informed us we have been upgraded to a studio apartment. Yay. Well it is now 10.20pm London time, almost 5.30am Perth time. The bed looks comfy and inviting. That's all for our first big ...
... the wrong time of year)