Shaftesbury Premier Hyde Park Paddington
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... br> Caught a bus to Westminster and had a quick walk around, looking at Westminster Abbey (massive), Westminster Palace (Houses of Parliament) etc. Will go back there for a better look next week.
Out to Twickenham for the 4th time in 3 weeks. Announcer tells us that Scotland are not just representing their country, but the entire hemisphere; after Ireland, France and Wales all ...
... says to get their early in the day. Despite the rain (I think today qualifies as a stereotypical London day), from the Tower of London I wandered over the Tower Bridge and back across the London Bridge, seeing, but not visiting, the HMAS Belfast, Monument to the Great Fire and other sights. For dinner we drank English gin in a gin bar called Oliver Conquest and had another truly English experience, by eating an Indian ...
... we haven't left the rain behind and there are heavy storms in Zagreb! We have to circle for half an hour and if it doesn't clear we have to land somewhere else! How far do we need to go to get away from the rain?! Anyway eventually we land (where? we weren't quite sure as the pilot had given up updating us). Presuming we are in Zagreb we decided there was little hope of the taxi man waiting for 'Laura Ayres'. We whizzed through passport control and our bags were already on ...
... say. Met at airport by driver from shuttle company, really lovely guy who brought us into London (2 other people in car, one Aussie lady and guy from ashburton). We were last out and so went on a great tour of London via Kensington and Notting hill and close places. Went out of his way to show us stuff, amazing trip). Registered although couldn't move in to our room for an hour so we went out round the corner from our hotel for light lunch and then back ...
... extremely popular for letting people put their hair down and dance to the grooving tunes of music. Places like Soho, Notting Hill, Camden Town, Hoxton, Brixton, Convent Garden are perfect party spots where the it gets all lit up as the dusk sets in. If you are travelling to London anytime soon, you must look forward to check out eth amazing nightlife which makes the city all re popular among the party freaks. Many travelers seek into a ...