Grenville House Hotel
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... there as well.
Then after GBK for a late lunch (with L&P of course), I decided I would walk home as well- that is a LOT of walking for one day. But walking round London is always fun as it is crazy to see how close everything in London actually is- you lose perspective being underground on the tubes all the time.
... for organizing this trip and not just making it happen, but really teaching us to experience where we are.
On that note, we move to this morning, when I was able to check "ride the London Eye" off of my bucket list. For those of you who don't know know, the London Eye is currently the largest ferris wheel in Europe at a hight of 135m (or 443ft). We arrived 45 minutes before the gates opened and still had to wait in line, but for ...
... showed us how to master the tube and a boat ride along the Thames to Greenwich. That was very nice. It's 11.50pm and I'm surprised we're still awake considering we both almost fell asleep during a live theatre show. The war horse. Also the best place to keep fit in the city is the subway. Up and down stairs and one option was a huge crowd or 192 stairs at Covent garden. I took the stairs. The crowds are out of this ...
... to the station, ending up in a scetchy neighborhood and seeing a couple of old guys have a full on punch up (eeek) *Me bloody blister popped :( *Severe delays on the Underground... which meant squeezing in like sardines to get home. Actual a bit scary! The lists could go on (mostly the highlights one though!) But I'm off to bed...early start tomorrow as the TIMELESS TRAIL begins!!! Paris here we come! Au revoir mes amies ...
... it was a more convenient place to execute someone if crowd control was to be an issue. Famous people who were given this honour were: Anne Boleyn and Lady Jane Grey. This is also where the crown jewels currently reside. This complex is made up of several outer buildings as well as the Tower itself. We pick up the audio guide and off we go. It was built in 1078 by William the Conqueror, but additional buildings were built later by King Richard, King Henry III and King Edward I. ...