Hilton London Gatwick Airport
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Decided to have a slowish day today so we wandered off and took the underground to London Bridge station to visit Borough Market. Borough Market is reminiscent of Queen Victoria Market in some ways and sits in the shadow of the historic Southwark Cathedral and the brand new, glistening skyscraper called The Shard. Beautiful fruit, vegetables, cheese, bread, meats, seafood and continental delicacies of all types are on sale there as ...
... that I do.
After finding a burger place-- there were no trendy pubs in the area (duh)-- we got terribly lost trying to find the Liverpool Squrare underground station.
We wandered around for almost an hour-- individuals kept getting separated from the group and lost like a bad tourist horror film. Thankfully, we all made it back to the hotel (alive) around 12:30.
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... streets over we visited a fruit stand and bought some plum’s, Banana’s, Apples and Mandarins for a great price! Then after hunting down a few exchange places for the best rate I converted most of my remaining pounds into Euro’s. Our preparations done I then went out and got some Chinese for dinner from the restaurant beside the hotel. I then walked in on a beautifully decorated restaurant and got ...
... clouds came over.
In the afternoon we sat in on a site meeting with Jessie and the team working on Ethos - wasn,t anything we could contribute so we went for a walk around Oxford Street before going with her to a wine tasting of wines from France, Australia and Chile, in Mayfair, then the number 14 bus back ...
Laid in bed planning our attack for the day. Stuart my ideas man decided we would unpack then go to and purchase our breakfast supplies then plan the day. Stuart hit the showers and I unpacked! 8am we were on the pavement, short stroll thru White Hall Gardens. We spotted police with machine guns. Then onto Big Ben, which has several birthdays! Big Ben was cast on 10th April 1858 (Birthday #1); the Great Clock started working on 31st May 1859 (Birthday ...