Hadlow Manor Hotel
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... where the four hours went and after a quick lunch got back on the bus to continue the tour of London. For the rest of the day we went around all of London seeing all the fabulous sights before heading back to the apartment for a quick bite before heading back into London. For our last night in London we enjoyed a meal at a Polish restaurant in Shepherd market which is just a stones throw from our apartment. London is ...
Our last day in London, just as well as we are all exhausted. We travelled to Trafalgar Square this morning then walked under Admiralty Arch and up The Mall to Buckingham Palace. Liz invited us in for tea before Changing of the Guards, well I'm sure she would have if she was in residence. We stood with hundreds of others waiting for the bands and marching to begin. Great spectacle. After that we went to Lancaster Gate which is opposite Hyde ...
... The views were great. Eventually we found 4 rental bikes and happily rode home. At top speed it took half and hour. The problem arose with trying to find a docking station to return the bikes. Because everyone else had the same idea, there were no spaces to return the bikes. We ended up cycling back almost to city centre to return the bikes. We finally got home at 11pm, having seen much more of London than we had ...
... have to wait and see. Walking so much my right knee is going to need to be reconstructed upon arrival back in the states. Had some wonderful pizza for lunch today and the ND international building in the center of London is super nice. That's all for now. Love you. ...
... switching stations. Tall, modern, glass buildings. Definitely more of a business area than we had seen previously. But it was very cool looking and nice.
Then we headed to the Westminster area. This is where the full impact of being in London hit me. As we walked out of the tube station, freaking Big Ben was RIGHT THERE. Seriously, we were so close. Too close to get a full picture. I never realized how very detailed and shiny it is. There so much gold on it ...