Holiday Inn London - Chessington
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This morning we got up early again, left Matthew to pack up our things while Debbie to me and the kids to the park to walk the dogs. The kids are so proud to be walking dogs and it is rather funny how serious they take this job. Debbie took the dogs to run about and the kids got to play on the equipment. We had noticed that there was trash thrown …
... structure with spires and domes reminiscent of Indian culture which is spread over a considerable distance. We didn't go inside (expensive) but could admire the architecture from outside. Walking through the parklands we came upon squirrels (our first sighting ever - plenty of oohing and aching - and that was from Phil!). The came the serious job of shopping and exploring in The Lanes. These shops range from cheap souvenirs, haute couture, food shops, ...
... a museum. Very cool to see the old paintings of Jesus and the chapels. They also had preserved the original Roman stones and walls. Finally we got to the Tower of London. When buying a ticket they will add two pounds to the cost for donation so you have to make sure you tell them that you don't want to donate. They get 20 pounds entry cost as it is! That is donation enough. HA! This was probably the coolest part of London that i saw. There was ...
Our first day in London... What a day! Today we woke up nice and early to go do some exploring! Jared came and met us at our hotel at 9:30am, from there we started walking towards Leicester Square to seek some tasty English breakfast. On the way we paused taking photos of the streets and trying to come to terms with the fact that we are actually in London! One of the biggest and most famous cities in the world! As we were walking along, I saw a couple ...
... the mechanism might make the bag a little bit heavier, but still worth it. After dropping off our bags we walked down the pier, this place is nothing like our little Brighton, we have found out from one of the guys we met at the cricket match the other week that it is the gay capital of Europe he was trying to tell us, and there is a big gay community here and it's quite a trendy place. There is a massive ...
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