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Day 12: November 12th
After a rough night of harry tossing and turning we rose nice and early to the sound of my alarm. It was 2.30 and the start to a big day. As we started our decent south back towards London we decided to take the scenic drive back down. But of course this wasn't really a good idea due to the fact that it was still …
... the flight from Osaka. I cannot believe this is the end. It has gone really quickly but if we think back to China it feels like a really long time ago. I cannot wait to see Teddy. We have come in within budget and have only had one minor hiccup... Visagate!! Haha. Before I came traveling I thought it was going to be extremely difficult. I have been proved wrong. You just need to have a budget per day and keep to it. If you spend less one day then add it to another ...
... which helps you from the day of stay, city tour, helping you taste various types of cuisine, airport transfer and a lot of more things. You will certainly enjoy the facilities provided by the hotel. These luxury hotels provide you with the fitness centre. Helps you get and trouble-free access to the net with a 24*7 broadband service so that you are connected with the world. All the rooms have LED screen and the bathroom are well equipped with the latest amenities. If you ...
... there: walking tours, pub crawl, and even got to see a Barclay's Premier League game between QPR and Manchester City! I've already seen two games since I've been on my trip but for this one I was only 8 rows from the field, to the point where Joe Hart could distinctly hear the QPR fans around me verbally abusing him with every move he made. It was a very authentic London soccer experience, Kevin and I trekked to Queen's Park in what people back home would ...
... as it is represented by the figure of a nude winged archer, known as Eros and also at times termed as 'The Angel of Christian Charity'.
The feature that makes Piccadilly easily recognisable are the massive neon signs which light up the area and advertise a variety of commercial products. On its South Side you will find the Criterion Theatre that is equally iconic with the entire place being situated underground. You will also ...