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... packed on the tube, but it is was still busy. Caught the bus at Russell Square, which was on the blue route, and then transferred onto the yellow route after a little while so we could get to more sights. We drove past so many sights, and we stopped at Buckingham Palace, Big Ben, Westminster Abbey. Had lunch under the Eye. Got to see the Tower and ...
It's a funny thing how quickly you adjust to going back to 'normality'! We actually find it a little boring after our time in third world and developing countries. How easy it is to put washing in a machine and push a button, turn on the shower to have instant hot running water, flushing toilets (with toilet paper even!) to drink from a TAP! Heating in houses, warm and cosy at night and not to mention footpaths ;) All these things just come too easy and as ...
... After spending a few hours at the river, we moved to the Shard, where we had pre-booked a ticket for enjoying a View From the Top of Shard. Shard is now a landmark building with 72 floors, having a mix of residences, hotel and offices, the tallest offering a top view in London. We were greeted and guided up the lifts by the friendly staff of Shard and taken to the 69TH floor. There lay a closed room offering a 360-degree view of London. There was also an alternate ...
... you see so many pictures of monuments like the bridge on TV and to be there walking over it is just unreal !
I kind of wish I had done the hop on hop off bus tour, I probably would have fit more into my day but experiencing the streets of London via the underground and by foot was pretty cool, After we crossed the Tower bridge we found some little souvenir stands and decided to buy matching I <3 London singlets ! we put them on straight away and it was pretty obvious we were ...
Today was our last day in London and it is very bitter sweet. We let the kids sleep in a bit and lounge around. After a nice relaxing morning we headed to a near by park that the kids LOVED. It is always fun to see and play on new toys!
We let the kids play a bit and then we played a family game of soccer. They had a super nice turfed field that no one was using so we played ...
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