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After another great night sleep, my legs are healed up, my feet feel fresh, and it is off for another (my last) day of sightseeing in London. My plan today is simple. I have seen these plagues on the ground when I have been walking around the last couple of days that say "Jubilee Walkway." After doing some research, I have learned that this is a walk that as established on the Queen's Jubilee in 1977 connecting ...
... day - we continue to be in shock by the wonderful blue skies. Outside the Tate, musicians were playing, an interesting busker sitting in the air and bubbles were cascading all around us from Millennium Bridge. We listened to the music for a bit then walked to the Borough Market.
Nick immediately found a pepperette, and I got some raspberry chocolate cheesecake! We explored the market for a bit but we knew we had to get moving. We hopped back ...
... day of the year in the UK to travel to winter, especially as most people at the airport are in summer dresses and hats on their way for their summer holiday! We've checked in, said bye to our bags, got through security, and bought 3 meal deals for the plane. So I guess this is "hasta luego" to England for now, we'll keep you posted :-) Amy and Myfanwy ...
... back to the ground to find the boys having an early tea after getting the opposition out for 91. Didn't take long to get the total and so the win. Enjoyed a BBQ at a friend of Dan's place tonight. I found it really funny that having a BBQ in England is made out to be such an event - they make quite a big deal of something that seems sooo routine at home. Something else that was hilarious is how quickly the want for sun and warm weather turns into complains about the heat being too ...
... Pride. We took our pictures with them and started walking down the street to see what we were near.
All of the sudden I looked up and tapped Hailey, at the end of the road was Big Ben. Well, this just got even more real. We took a short break in order to rest our feet after being at Pride, and some man walked up and asked to take a picture. We assumed he wanted to be in it with us so we said okay, then he grabbed his camera and took it of just Hailey and I, said thank you ...
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