Ibis London Stratford
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... stop the eye for people to get on or off. We were quickly rushed onto it and began our 30 minute journey around the wheel. It was really cool! We could see most of London from there! It did start to rain right after the top of the wheel, but it was still a great ride! After we found the Sherlock Holmes pub to have dinner! It was delicious. We stayed there to kill some time so we could go see the London eye and Big Ben lit up ...
... to Little Venice which was very handy to know!! I ended up walking about 6 miles and finally stopped at Miles End where I was able to catch the tube back to St.Pancras and then on home. Back in my room drinking G&T's and reading my latest Ebook - Gone Girl - before I see it at the movies!! I had a really good day - not necessarily how I planned it but it was good!! Tomorrow I am off to Kingston to meet Carol and her sister June for ...
... woman I spoke to wasn't backing down and that only made me more determined. It took about 20 minutes of going over the same ground before I was able to force her hand. After she finally consulted her superiors she came back and announced she can accommodate our request. I then asked her to email me the address if the branch and confirmation of its arrival but apparently HSBC are unable to send emails, or texts for that matter. It was absolutely ridiculous, but at least now ...
... from the dark exhibit hall into the bright sunshine. There was a fast food stand outside of the museum, and so we decided to give Liam his first taste of fish and chips. We ate our food out on the lawn of the museum, soaking up the sun and watching a particularly amusing pigeon trying to find love in all the wrong places. After watching this poor pigeon get rejected for the third time in a row, we figured it was time to move out and started a lengthy to Covent Gardens.
... design or standard. Guy - "look at that new glass building it's kinda weird, wacky and wonderful!" James responds "you not friggin Willy Wonka , right". Obvioulsy guys attempts at being cultured went to the dogs. From Regent street we bused it to Paddington Station and then headed out to Windsor Castle. The castle, for those who haven't ever seen it, is an amazing sight on the hill as you come around the corner. We took a tour around the castle which ...