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Travel Blogs from Hounslow
... grab a bite to eat and asked me if I wanted to join, I took another look at my sour orange juice and was very much contemplating going with, but then just as fast as that thought came it left and laziness kicked in and won the battle. I kindly refused and told her id wait here instead. About 30 minutes later she came back and told me she had met this Italian girl and they were thinking about heading out for a drink.
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... Square, Big Ben, The London Eye, Houses of Parliament and Westminster Abbey, and Piccadilly Circus. We even fit in a beer at a pub and a great dinner at Garfunkel's Restaurnt. London is just so busy and oozing with history. Had a great walk about with a wee sprinkle of rain. We have to keep our eyes open for cars and double decker buses wizzing by. Eyes open all the time. By 9:00 p.m. we were all totally beat ...
... Gallery (situated high above the centre of the cathedral, and so named because if you whisper close to the walls, your words will carry to the opposite side - over 30m away!) (edit: we were unable to prove/disprove this theory as a school excursion was also whispering fiercely against the walls while we were there - all I could hear was spooky ghost sounds! wOoOoO!) Also found the filming place of Diagon Alley on our way home! SQUEE! ...
... in Dover... When I finally got there, another set-back. The rental company did not want to rent anything to us because we did not have an official address in the UK and a credit card and left us there just like that. Luckily the receptionists from the garage knew the rental company quite well and started phoning them immediately after they heard and finally the agreed to rent us a van. So instead of arriving in Yarm around 17h, we were still stuck in Dover. ...
... was nicknamed "the Frying Pan" owing to its shape, and boasted an ornate Victorian grandstand and cast-iron railings. Its most prestigious race was the London Cup. That's the past though and these days you can play golf or cricket in the park if you old enough ....so not for me yet, but I can start using the heli-pad wnen my dad gets me a proper chopper and not the miniature toy hanging over my ...
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