Ibis London Docklands Canary Wharf
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... the Old Royal Observatory to have our photograph taken standing on the zero longitude line. Walking back into Greenwich we went into a number of shops selling nautical knick knacks and English lollies.
The kids finally had McDonalds for tea. The menu boards and meals looked like McDonalds but the rest of the shop didn't. It took us three train line changes to get home to avaid the 'scheduled maintenance' works.
... driver. Steady acceleration and early deceleration all helped to towards that fuel consumption figure.
What did we spend? Our spreadsheet shows that we spent AUD 4,477 in the UK, and AUD 9,720 in the EU, for a total of AUD 14,198. We figure that should be inflated by about 5% to cater for the receipts that Peter 'lost', and tolls for which we received no receipts. By the way, please don't think we were anal enough to keep updating a spreadsheet as ...
... last until our return. We had the weekend to sort out the house and pack and then the first leg of our journey to the airport, kindly chauffeured by Ian, followed by a long flight to our first stop in Singapore. For Olivia and Martha Spike is so very excited about his first long journey, he is so pleased to be travelling with Nanny and Grandad who seem to know what they are doing. Spike did notice however that Uncle Ian did the automatic check in as Grandad seemed a little ...
We woke to the cool breeze rushing in, got dressed and I was so excited to be going to see London Bridge! When I got there, I discovered that London Bridge is a boring old grey brown bridge and the Tower Bridge is way more exciting because it lifts up and has towers on either side. Also at the start I thought that Tower Bridge was London Bridge! While we were walking to the Tower of London, I was getting hungry so we stopped off at a little cafe and Alexander and ...
... Station, and then connected with the Tube to our hostel where we met up with Nathan.
"Wait... what?", you are probably thinking, "but you were already with Nathan!!! What witchcraft is this?" That's right - there are now two Nathans in England. For the sake of simplicity, Nathan Whelan - my best friend in the entire world with whom I went to Greece - shall be Nathan(1) while Nathan K., a good friend of mine and Nathan(1)'s from our days at Chapter,s shall be called ...