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... br> We believe that Hannah may be the youngest cyclist to complete the route on her own bike, while Gracie may be the youngest supported rider. Our girls do have the advantage though of being allowed by our government to be out of school for such a long period. Unfortunately many other countries don’t allow that luxury!
For now from me it’s over and out! Thanks for sharing the journey with us-we’ve loved all your comments and support over the ...
... bank in Harry Potter. It was huge & I look like a mini person in front of them.
Taking a boat up the Thames has been on my list to do & I'd definitely recommend it. I'm sure on a sunny day it would've been spectacular but today it was overcast but it wasn't too bad.
We arrived at Greenwich in the late afternoon. I love the area of Greenwich. It's so beautiful. It's like an escape from the chaos that is london, but the city is in full view of the ...
... well to go with us to our next activity)
I don't claim to know much about football but I came away from the Arsenal Legends Tour feeling that we had just experienced something very unique - and that was to have as our host one of the club's legends and to get up and close to so much of the backroom stuff that we only see on TV. After Tussauds we took the underground to Arsenal station in North London and walked about 3 minutes or so to the imposing Emerites Stadium, ...
... jumped on a bus heading to the Tower of London and apparently saw at Paula cathedral. Sam and I did not get to see if since we were knocked out asleep on the bus ride. I blame it on jet lag. We took some pictures at the tower and finally, after a very long day we finally headed back to our hotel at 4 o clock. Now remember we have been awake since 7 am so to us it was a long day. We planned to go get super but we were way too tired and fell asleep around 5 and slept til 7 the next ...
... in the history books. The crowds at the museum are astounding. Making it almost painful to work our way up to the front and next to the stone. Viewing the main item we came to see, off we now go to see the exhibit on the Americas. The boys want to see if they got it right.
All finished at the museum we hop onto a bus and head back to Camden Market. It is Soooooo crowded compared ...