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... arrived at London Bridge mid afternoon. We got a quick glimpse of the "Shard" - Europes tallest building. Truly an icon, quite futuristic in its design, there is nothing that is even close to it in height. After toilet stops we then headed back via the Victoria line to Green Park from where we headed to Buckingham Palace. After a few happy snap shots we then continued walking toward Hyde Park Corner where we visited then Australian ...
... she gave us a special wave. We saw Her Majesty the Queen!!!!!! In England!!! You wouldn’t read about it. Incredible.
We went back past the Abbey and across the bridge over the Thames to the SouthBank to go on the London Eye. The views were amazing. We watched a 4D film on the eye before going up. It was all fun. We had such spectacular views of London. From there we walked over the Westminister Bridge to have a ...
... was born - Daniel!
Also, Jim visited for the only extra hot week we have had our entire time here - the only person to get a tan while on holiday in London and Scotland! What a trip - air show, Hyde Park Rolling Stones and the British Open.
Summer holidays in Europe – oh what a joy! The time of our lives!
Marie and Craig visited in the fall of 2013. We were so lucky that they traveled for such a long time to visit us in Europe! We were the main ...
I'm writing this from my hotel just because I know I have wifi and I wanted to get it done. I have had a fabulous trip. It was something I needed to do for myself. And is like to thank you, if you've been reading this, for following my journey. London is a place that I believe I will be able to visit time and ...
... Trafalgar Square. It was a long walk, which was cut short by happily walking, clicking and chatting with my friends. We saw a wide range of streets, each different from the other, some with very beautifully decorated pubs and cozy coffee shops. At every street the Red Bus caught my eye. We finally reached a large open space enclosed by the National Gallery at one end. The square was filled with people - locals as well as tourists, each soaking in the winter sun. We clicked a ...
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