Exhibition Court Hotel 4
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... br> safety vests who worked for the agency that operates the Tower Bridge – the
bridge that everyone thinks of when they hear "London Bridge is falling down".
In fact there is a London Bridge nearby. When I asked these guys said that the
Tower Bridge is opened about 1,000 times a year, or about three times a day,
and if I waited twenty minutes I would see this happen. There are photographs
of this rare event, and I will post the ten minute long event as soon as I ...
... t letting her away with that. I can't wait to see what breakfast will consist of. It's SUPPOSED to be a full english. We'll see. We dumped our bags and headed out to my new favourite department store, John Lewis. We also stopped at a really interesting area off Regent Street called Carnaby Street. It's chock full of unique shops that you don't see anywhere else, plus it is so much quieter than Regent that it's worth the walk there just for a break from the crowded ...
And great London fires
A church much too grand
Sleeping tombs of history
Marble tombs carved by hand
Benny with Big Ben
A sight to behold
By parliament buildings
Both stood in the cold
The Prime Ministers House
Was not one to be waited,
As 10 Downing Street
Was guarded and gated
The Horse Guard museum
Shared a cavalry strong
A formidable force
Still serving ...
... to go as he is married and lame and Carmie and I hit another four cocktails... feeling pretty fly at this time. Flirted with the lovely South African bar men and then we decided to take the party to Vauxhall.
We stopped off at Sainsburys and picked up three bottles of wine and three large ciders, some pizza and some chips and then set up drinking shop in our kitchen. And to be honest it all went downhill from ...
... others in the party so it was easy to get around. We went to the press boxes, great view of course but they are all really small and one even has a bank of pay phones in it so I guess that’ll be for upgrading sometime. We had a walk around the upper level with a great view over the pitch which looks in great condition and was actually being mown by two men using large garden mowers. The grass is sown onto a special base 'fabric’ and ...