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Gerryandbarbara stayed here on Nov 4, 2014 during their trip titled: Gerryandbarbara's Great Adventure.
... and with the rain, we're definitely looking forward to a warmer climate. We have no idea what to expect. Other than the google research, and advice from South African friends, we have no idea what we are getting ourselves into. The adventure ...
... in the world!! Very creepy and well you can imagine how i let my mind run away with me.. Our hotel was about 30 min away from York so we headed in and just had enough time to enter the room before we were sleeping!! Oh btw my roommates name is Jessica and shes from Utah! very shy but awesome and polite! TODAY TOday I am currently riding the bus home from the most awesome rope course experience ever!! It was a very early morning this AM with a full english breakfast ...
... right, it was really worth it. Next stop was Westminster Abbey. Wow, absolutely breath taking, I can't begin to imagine how something so old can still be in such superior condition. We then took a ride on the Thames taking us to The Tower Bridge & back to Big Ben. We then met up with Megan at Southbank. After lunch we saw William Shakespeare's Globe. Dinner that night was at Giraffe Restaurant with Glens cousins Keith & Lauren & their partners Arlene ...
... our way!
Arriving in London held to relief for knowing how to get anywhere. We dove head first into navigating the tube. Between our engineering minds and master navigators (better read as: some kind brits in the station) we made our way through the underground and to our hostel. After a long day of travelling, we found our way out to some dinner, had a beer in the lobby of our hostel.
Early the next ...