Holiday Inn London-Kingston South
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... and we saw two very furry brown mice living there. There were also water displays, water lillies with huge fish in the pools,exotic hanging flowering vines and tanks with piranha fish, different fish and also black and yellow poison dart frogs. Throughout there were marked plants which help us medically as well as the plant they use to poison arrows tips with- this not surprisingly was at the very back and out of reach. At the Gardens they have a team that test ...
... first half of the ride glued to the seat in the middle of the capsule, only when I ask him to take a photo does he relax a little bit and stand up and look at the jaw dropping view from up the top. You can see everything from up there, it is a spectacular view, well worth having a go at this and in the end Goz seems to have enjoyed it slightly.... now off for some dinner and back on tube and home for our last sleep in London.
We finally arrived in London after our very long journey from New Zealand.
Allie did very well with none of her anticipated travel sickness, which was a big relief to her.
Ros and Craig were lucky enough to score business class on Air New Zealand ( of course), while Finn and Allie were in premium with the large leather seats on the Hobbit painted plane.Both were happy as they each bought new i phones ...
... may sound bad, I found it much easier to drink then regular beer. The next morning we ate breakfast in our hotel then headed into the heart of London to explore. We saw the Thames River, Big Ben, Parlaiment, and the Eye. It was a great area to wander around in, although Everywhere in London was packed, it was a little overwhelming. Easily the largest city we had been in on this trip. We walked ...
... that was cascading down the plexiglas roof. Never mind. We were in London and that was OK. Getting off the ferry, we took a walk around Parliament Square and Big Ben but Westminster Abbey was unfortunately closed to tourists.
Following some confusion as to the last time (for the day) that the Big Bus picked up passengers, the bus driver agreed to take us as close as possible to the Victoria Theatre which was where Billy Elliot was playing. The driver was a ...