Holiday Inn London Sutton
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... the worst part was trying to get through all the crowds, once I was past Big Ben the walk was quite quick. I was walking past st James park and I saw a squirrel! I was quite shocked haha but apparently these are very common here. I arrived at Buckingham palace and there was so many people there!! It was crazy! I thought the crowds at the London eye were bad, but nope, not compared to this! I happened to be just in the middle of the path when police ...
... enjoyed being on the A380, one of the biggest planes in the world! We finally arrived home at about 9:30pm, absolutely knackered and ready for some sleep, although it was of course compulsory to first call our old favourite local take away! We've had the most amazing time over the past few months...seen some incredible places and met some lovely people! We're really going to miss travelling but looking forward to seeing family and friends again at ...
... I haven't had them for ages! They were pretty tasty too! But then my main came out, vege Pad Thai, and it was so ridiculously delicious that I have no words to describe it apart from YUM! After we had stuffed our bellies we walked the rest of the way home, stopping at a supermarket for some chocolate, then chilled out in the living room for a while with beer and chocolate and talked for a while before everyone headed to ...
... and the hotel room where Mamma Cass Elliott ate the notorious sandwich to cause her choking death.
The tour guide was knowledgeable and thorough in his tour. He announced in well enough time a landmark we'd soon be passing so that we could all have the camera lens pointing in the right direction. Since tour buses are not allowed to stop completely in front of homes, being told well enough in advance was great.
On the tour the driver makes 2 important ...
easily determine their latitude while at sea. This was important because in the
age before GPS navigation and computers one needed to rely on signals from the
natural world to determine your location. Unfortunately sailors had not yet
learned how to calculate longitude. This left many ships vulnerable to drifting
off course into dangerous situations. In 1707 a tremendous shipwreck caused by
a storm in Shovell left 1500 British sailors dead. The British ...