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... for Bath. Unfortunately due to our inconsiderate dawdling travel companions,we didn't get there until 530 and the Roman a Baths were closed. It was a beautiful city of around 90k and we both agreed if we come back to England we will stay there. It was built in Georgian style for the Gentry of a London,who used to holiday there originally for the health benefits of the baths and to escape London. All the buildings have to become structured out of the ...
... there required a complex sequence of busses and the underground. We figured out that if we walked to Kings Cross, only 1 bus would be needed to get there - and it means I could get a photo of the Harry Potter platform 9 and 3/4. Jess caught her bus, and I walked back to the hostel which was about an hour away by foot. Once I got to the hostel I paid the hostel manager for dinner, they have a 5 pound dinner option, and asked if I could make myself a cup of tea in the breakfast room ...
... try out for the national ballet school. On the day of the tryouts his dad found out where he was going and he didn't get to try out. Toward the end his dad thought that it was a good opportunity for Billy if he did do something like that so he got Billy into a ballet school and it finished when Billy left. When it finished it was 10:00 so we caught the tube back to our accommodation. And that's the end of ...
... costs were too expensive, so I relied on Danielle's hot spot to make Facebook updates.
After settling in to our ****** hotel, we ventured out into the London streets. I was so excited, I could **********tain myself. First things first - we ventured down to Paddington Station and got ourselves an oyster card and put 30 pound credit on each. Time to try out the tube!
The tube was so easy to navigate! Pick a station and work out which line it ...
... we decided to take the fast ferry back to central London. The ride down the Thames was quite nice, and featured many of the big sites: the Tower of London, Tower Bridge, London Bridge, Vauxhall Cross, Westminster and the London Eye (or as the captain called it - the big Ferris Wheel). I probably would have enjoyed it more had I not unwittingly opted for the aggressive massage chair; a hyperactive child kicking my seat the entire ride. But kids will be kids.
In the evening, ...