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... catacombs the main floor as well as the dome 190 feet up. The final part of our day was a tea and champagne snack at the Westminster Hotel. We walked the 2 miles back to our hotel to at least help work off the calories we ate. Once back in our rooms Kamal and I finally realized how tired we were. Yet the day was so fun and went by so quickly we forgot our fatigue. Navneet was so happy, she insisted on tipping the old battle axe 'M', and Moo jigged her way back riding a tea n crumpet ...
... started my view was blocked by the hundreds of selfie sticks suddenly stuck in the air. Honestly the whole pigeon population of London could have had one each to roost on. Then I walked around familiar monopoly names such as Pall Mall etc. Strolled through parks and up avenues lined with flags and through old roman arches.
Lunch again in Trafalgar square then caught the bus to see more of ...
After we had freshened up, and settled in we headed out for our first excursion in London.
It took a bit of effort to get Dan and Tess to wake up. They had fallen asleep on the beds while they were waiting. We had all decided to stay awake and go to bed at 6:30pm but they had made the mistake of putting their heads on a pillow.
With the promise of a treat Tess finally got up and ...
Up and at it, no rest for the wicked, and so after some
careful map study, onto our bikes and off to Greenwich Village to meet Justin
and Nicky, our “Tour Guides” for the day. What with dodging traffic and trying
to navigate the winding streets, cycling through the heart of London is a
challenging affair. We managed to get lost once, but after some careful thought
were soon out of the ...
... joined me and we decided to walk to Piccadily Circus. In hindsight we should of gone back to the hotel as the long flight the day before was catching up with us. We had dinner there then got the tube back to Gloucester Road which was about 4 stops away. We were shocked it cost us 18 pounds for the four of us. A taxi would have been cheaper. Yes Ally I know you told us this before we left but sometimes you have to learn the hard ...
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