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... together one last time. We've become such a big family, which sounds very cliche to say, but it's definitely true. After dinner Zach had organised a few bars for us to go to, and a few free drinks at these bars. The first one was a bit average, but the second one was a really cool little shot bar, with all sorts of exotic shots to try. We really turned it on tonight, and everyone really had a good ...
... piled as high as you want! Very yummy! We walked back to meet Bob and headed up to M&S to do clever money things. We each bought 2,000 Czech Krowns for £58. Felt very cashed up walking out of the store. A coffee at Costas then we went our separate ways. Now that they knew the way, later in the afternoon Esther and Bob walked over to Wendy's with the luggage they were not taking to Prague as we had previously decided we would all ...
... lovely panelled space with stained glass windows, statues of Gog and Magog who allegedly guard the city .Memorials to Nelson Wellington and the Pitts as well as the standard foot, yard etc. at 62 degrees farenheit were terrific.( video) Thought to visit gold exchange around corner ..impressive but could not charm our way in..no exhibitions on apparently and strict security. Decided we needed to get home via a Tesco shop..massive shop with ...
... realize it was live. Pete and I decided we need to go see more live performances. When the performance was over we walked over to Harrods, for the second time. We needed to buy a new suitcase because of Pete's mishap our first day here with the cobblestone streets. Our 3-wheeled luggage was just not going to work on our return trip. So up the Egyptian Escaletors to the second floor luggage department. Okay, we have never seen such pricey luggage. It took us awhile to ...
... sightseeing with me so we started at the Tower of London where the crown jewels are kept. We had a tour by a very funny beefeater (they're not even sure why they're called that) and stood in a hefty line to see the famous Koh-i-Noor diamonds on the royal crowns (especially the crown of Queen Elizabeth which was amazing). After that it was time to search for food! Kim, who is also from the states and is studying abroad in London took us to this really cool outdoor/indoor ...