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... week!! The other game was a roll on tin foil and 6 minutes to dress your bride using the tin foil. Rings to Richard the creations were impressive and got everyone talking and going. Food was nice and everyone just joined into the karaoke and got up and danced so it was almost irrelevant especially as the songs available were un heard of!! They didn’t even have any Abba which generally a universally acceptable ...
... and so we felt we had a lot to fit in on day 3. There just wasn't enough time for a show. Plus we knew most of the shows on our list may be hard to come by at a good price point.
It doesn't even matter though, day 3 was still awesome.
We started out the morning by taking the tube station to the Tower of London. We decided to check out the Crown Jewels first and it ended up being the best decision because when we came out there was a long line to get ...
... planned on getting on the London eye at that moment but the ticket line was two hours long. I just took a tour by foot up close to parliament and Big Ben to get some more pictures. The evenings was nice. I saw the city at night for just a short while and did some window shopping at Piccadilly Circus. The rest of the night was relaxing. I spend some time in at the hotel with ...
... South Bank and
Covent Garden Market. You can also grab an exhibition or else two in a few of
these galleries and museums.
Museum of London
Victoria and Albert Museum
... I would not be an entitled brat, but I am. I have entitlements such as: a clean smelling ship, clean smelling bed linens, edible dinner, and a ship's staff I can communicate with. After all I did pay for those entitlements. We did have fun on the shore excursion in Brussels, Paris, Hamburg and most especially Amsterdam. Believe me I ony drink coffee in the coffee houses each time I visit. Enough about the cruise...