Fraser Place Canary Wharf
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... love to take advantage of happy hour prices and enjoy a pint our two during/after work. The next day we went to the British Museum and spent the whole day at the museum, yet we still did not have time to see all the exhibits. That evening we ate out at a busy Mexican restaurant in the theatre section of the city. After dinner we walked to several sites, Trafalgar Square, St James Palace, Buckingham Palace and Westminster Abbey. The next day, we decided ...
... remains of 2 monasteries. As we cycled through town-a fully robed priest wandered down the main street, a fitting picture for such a place.
Soon after, we had to stop to fix a flat tyre-one of many in the final 2 weeks. A storm was brewing, producing a beautiful light to the landscape, complete with a rainbow. By nightfall, we made it to Fakenham, where we camped at the Racecourse Campground.
Saturday-we planned to make it to Norwich by the afternoon, ...
... This area is teaming with life. I heard accents and languages that I can't identify. You can find every type of food imaginable here and all of it smells wonderful. We checked out the TKTS booth for discount theatre tickets and we chose what we will see. More on that later. Made sure to go into M&M World. They say it is the worlds largest candy store, it might be. It was 4 floors of M&M's. Chocolate overload! We decided to hold off on lunch since ...
... There is a sculpture on the green - a luminescent pillow - commemorating the many beheadings of women (including Anne Boleyn) that occurred in the square before the chapel. We also stood in line to view various recreations of the various elements used for torture in Tudor times - namely the rack, the manacles, and the "scavenger's daughter."
We were privy to a few of the ravens that braved the downpour. Most striking to me was the sculpture ...
Slept well in Bertrand's apartment (via airbnb), in the heart of paris - 1st arr. on rue de rivoli. Breakfast of croissants, coffee and yoghurt at the boulangerie downstairs. Then walked along the seine, through the gardens of the louvre, through to the Tuileries. Discovered the playground. Had a picnic lunch of ham and cheese ...