Holiday Inn Rochester-Chatham
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... on our way. After meeting our guides at Greenwich
station we were taken through the sights.
The main attraction is the Cutty Sark which is an old Tea
Clipper that has been preserved and is open for inspection by the public. Since
entrance is very expensive we decided to limit ourselves to the outside view
and moved on to a nearby museum that outlined the history of Greenwich. The
museum was ...
... as Jess with sleeved binders of bookings. Good work Jess. We eventually landed in London and went through immigration and customs. I went to the non-UK or EU citizen line and Jess went to her special persons lane. Or immigration official was nice and told us that next time I should go with Jess when we arrive in London. We'll have to check that. We travelled on the underground through Hatton Cross to Earls Court. We left our bags and went to go wash our clothes and kill ...
... get to paris. we stopped and i was the first one off the train, walking heavily to the ticket booth so i could get out first.
i booked in a tour bus that takes us all around paris and shows us the tourists destinations. first stop was the arc de triomphe. the biggest round about iv ever seen, cars non stop going threw and nearly running peope over somtimes. we went around ...
Today is the last day to do all the things we wanted to do. Last on the list was the London Eye and the London Tower, luckily both very close to each other.
Draz and Isla chickened out and waited on the ground whilst the rest of us headed off to the queue. London Eye queue was a mile long but moving quickly, thankfully.
The view was amazing, you could ...
... a couple of times before we finally found our hotel. The hotel was incredibly elegant with a glass lift which took us to our room on the second floor. The room was a little smaller than the ones I had stayed in in the past but it was still nice, complete with all of the necessary items, shower, bed, and plenty of teas and coffees. We cleaned up, rested a bit and then were ready for the evening.
We left the hotel in hopes of finding something good to ...