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... all happy to take me around to some of the main sights :)
First thing, we went to the Tower Bridge and London Tower, catching the underground is pretty fun and easy when you have the hang of it ! We got off at Tower Hill Station and the London tour was right there ! managed to get some good pictures with all the girls and then as we turned the corner there was the Tower Bridge ! seeing the bridge made me realize that I was actually here, I had made it to London. It is really ...
... weird version of sea-legs at pit-stops and sometimes that feeling that your left arm is actually your right and vice versa. I did say to Tracey in the very beginning I felt so high doing this, I wonder now if it was just the bike. And B) The *******n seats. I have now discovered the piercing shape of a coccyx bone. We often jiggle and stretch as we ride in an attempt to minimise the seizing back and bum muscles. I do feel like explaining ...
... br> from days of power walking thru London, the thought of gelato was enough to energize
them and we were off. The path to Gelupo
took us thru Chinatown and Soho, which was a combination of trendy pubs, sleazy
strip clubs and endless cheap Chinese restaurants. And as a result the crowd walking the street
was a combination of trendy, sleazy and Chinese food aficionados. And Gelupo lovers. I know that a previous blog has explained
Wide awake at 3.30am. What happened to being so tired I could sleep for 12 hours. Lay in bed counting the hours till 6.30am when the boys got up. Cold grey day with a max of 16C, welcome to the British summer. All went to Tilgate park, a regular Sanun family day outing haunt as I was growing up. Had a walk around the lake and the boys let of some pent up energy in the adventure playground. Picked up my suit and round to big brothers house for catch up. Ended ...
... We bought two pieces of the largest bruschetta we have ever seen. They were huge and for only 1 pound each. And it was delicious.
We finally made our way back to our nearest underground station and as we're walking along the street Mike says he wants to stop at a pub for a pint. I think he's quite liking this English pub thing. So we spent a couple of hours in this really cozy little corner pub in Covent Garden enjoying a pint or two. I think I could get used to this as well.
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