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... on a hop on hop off bus tour around London we hopped off at the Big Ben and took a picture of big Ben in front of the Big Ben. We had lunch and then went to Madame Tussuad's there was a humongous line but we thankfully pre booked so we skipped it. Inside was very cool and kinda creepy how lifelike they looked. There were some fake photographers in the movie stars section and ...
What an awesome weekend! After taking the 7:30am train ride, we arrived 50 minutes later. Like all good tourists, we bought a starbucks and waited for Shana's friend to come and join our sightseeing tour!
So day 1, we started in Covent Gardens, then wandered to Trafalgar Square, onto Big Ben, Westminster Abbey, Buckingham Palace, River Thames and finishing up on the West End to see Phantom of the Opera!! We also stopped at M&M's world - literally ...
... change from the Contiki group.
We then departed the station on our bus and started our journey towards Windsor castle. We received a brief description of many different buildings and streets that we passed on our way out of London.
We arrived in Winsor and made our way to the castle. By the time we made it through the airport like security it was already 10:20am. With the changing of the guard at 11:00 I quickly shuffled my way to the ...
... ordered and paid for lunch and then all but had to run down to the gate when the started boarding at 1.20pm! As usual but we had plenty of time and got underway about 30 minutes late anyway. The flight was quiet good with NONE of those announcements ....... "remain seated with seat belts fastened due to rough air" - so i got through it ok! There was a slight delay on arrival as everyone had to remain seated whilst a couple of police came aboard ...
... don't know where to look. It seems quite popular with the locals as it was filled to the brim with young Londoners enjoying an evening out. Luckily they had a massive outdoor patio, and the looming thunderstorm held off long enough for us to enjoy our wine. Nathan(1) and I split a bottle of Reiseling, which was quite nice, while Nathan(2) nursed a half-bottle of Cote-du-Rhone.
Despite our eventful evening, we got an early start on Sunday for our London in a Day Tour. ...