Holiday Inn London - Brentford Lock
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... our walk of the main tourist attractions. When I finally saw Big Ben for the first time I was speechless. London is somewhere I have only dreamed of going to and when I saw it, the Parliament buildings and the London Eye all in the same view I got chills. It is truly amazing. That evening I walked about 2 hours down the River Thames and got to see more of the sites. My walk ended at the Tower Bridge, where the Olympic rings were hung. I was exhausted by this point but loved getting to ...
It's getting colder!
We wake to heavy rain that lasts for about half an hour before clearing away to a fine and cool day. After breakfast we decide to go back into London and watch the changing of the Guard at Buckingham Palace. We stroll past icons such as Big Ben, the House of Parliament, Westminster Abbey before heading to the palace.
Getting a good view of the changing of the guards is near impossible as the crowds ...
... and for $225 CAD, they will do a search and return to you a shoddy-looking piece of paper with a fuzzy picture of yourself and some (not all) of your distorted fingerprints on it, stating whether or not you are a good or bad person. the $225 does not, however, guarantee that the muppets who are processing your Criminal Record Check will bother to put down your correct details on the shoddy-looking CRB, something that is ...
... wax models are eerily life like. So much so that there is one there posing to take a photo of Ryan Gosling. I waited patiently so as not to interrupt her shot that seemed to be taking a ridiculous amount of time to capture. Wayne however not being so patient waved his hand across her camera as her flash went off for that all important shot. The look that I gave him, not to mention the not so polite words under my breath had him apologising ...
... and had the Ploughman's Lunch and wine (that was the pairing on the menu - not an ale, go figure). From there it was off to Hyde Park and into Kensington Park which is only a little bit further along the street. As the sun was out there were people everywhere walking the tracks, sitting by the lakes, playing soccer, walking dogs, in paddle boats and riding bikes. We walked along the scrub side of the lake and found heaps of grey squirrels (after seeing none till the ...