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We found a little town called West Horsley an hour out of London. It is so small that there is not even a pub. It is quite rural which is a surprise being so close to London. We took the train into Waterloo station and then the underground to Piccadilly Circus. We had a ...
... fantastic waffles smothered in chocolate. Fast forward 22 years, the waffles were shithouse but the view was still pretty memorable.
We climbed atop the Eifel Tower to check out the view. Being recently engaged we wondered if we would see any proposals that day. One brave youngster took the plunge and came up a winner.
... Eye. We both bought a dress at Desigual, and a pair of shoes for Alex from Monsoon - silver ones with a small heel.
A quick change into warmer clothes and then a dash across to Southbank where the Englanders were waiting.
We boarded the Eye at sunset - standing in a glass pod that held about 28 people. We couldn't have asked for a more magical time of day. London slowly lit up as the light faded, and by the time we reached ...
Sunday 17th. - Thursday 21st August 2014
We said Goodbye to Roger & Denise, left Suffolk and drove over the Dartford Bridge to get to Surrey for lunch time and a family BBQ with some of Ken's cousins and his Uncle David.
It was fortunate that our niece, Kirsty from New Zealand, who is currently working in London was also able to be there. Some of ...
... bridge we stop at HMS Belfast, I want to do both, there's a 2 for 1 deal on this which we utilise, saving about 30 dollars.
I think of granddad as I walk around, he was in the British Navy and would have served on ships just like this. It is a harsh reality to try and envisage, lack of personal space, freezing cold conditions and an inability to escape anything, you live and breathe shoulder to shoulder. I enjoy the walk around immensely, it's exactly what I needed after all ...