Ibis London Greenwich
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Despite all of my research, preparation & general planning, it still hadn't sunken in that I was leaving Australia and going to Europe until about now. And about now is after having left Dubai & almost flying across Italy on the way to Heathrow. I find it's harder to realise how far you've travelled when you don't travel by road. Plus you …
... Marco's voice ringing out to call out completed orders available at the counter for pick-up. Once our bellies were full, we headed in a short walking tour to Westminster Abbey, Big Ben and the London Eye. The 360 degree views from the London Eye were incredible on a sunny day in London! Back on solid ground we took a quick jaunt to Buckingham Palace, so as not to miss the daily changing of the guards at 11:30 am. Our seats weren't the best in the house for ...
On Monday, thanks to a gift certificate from the Ford Family, we went to the tallest building in London, The Shard, to enjoy the view in the afternoon and through to early evening. It was fantastic! We also took a short walk around Bankside and saw the Tate Modern, the Millennium Footbridge and Shakespeare's ...
I got up early today hoping to walk to the victoria coach station with plenty of time to spare before my tour. Unfortunately that was not the case, I did get up at 6am and groomed myself ready for my big day out of London. I soon found out that Breakfast at the hostel starts at 7am so I ended up waiting round for half an hour after for breakfast to open. Eventually it opened and I went up to take my fill, to my delight they did not have an ...
... there were lots of them. Some of the crowns had lots and lots of diamonds on them, there were also rubies, emeralds, sapphires and pearls. Queen Victoria's crown was tiny and we thought the person who had owned that crown must have been a child, so when we found out it belonged to Queen Victoria we were amazed that she wore a tiny little crown. We went and saw the armoury, it was a big room room filled with fake people and horses to show off all the armour. ...