LSE Bankside House
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... do in these tours. Today incidentally it has become a popular way of going around the city and there are special arrangements to provide this to the visitor.
All the tours here are included in a single ticket and this is usually one that lasts for a full day. There are various ways of attaining this exalted feeling of having done an original London tour. The first way is to understand the sightseeing routes and get familiar with ...
... in love and ready for this move! It was so good to catch up and I missed hanging out with her. We usually have a bottle of wine together or cider but I needed an early night because I don't know when this cold would go away. So we said our goodbyes around 9ish and I headed back to Joey's place. In bed and not intoxicated before 10pm!!!!! Maybe I will actually start getting better........fingers crossed! I had a fabulous weekend despite my ...
... via Piccadilly Circus and Oxford Street. Day 3. Off and running. The London Eye - wonderful views, nice day too! We ambled along the South Bank, stopping at Tate Modern for a look at some 'culcha', then we somehow made our way to Harrods. Bit OTT for me, but good to see. Day 4. A great start to the day - breakfast on the 32 floor of the ...
... for the duration of my ride. And what do you know, it certainly did! The view towards the top was pretty amazing. Big Ben and Westminster Abbey were to my left on the other bank of the Thames, and the bridge after bridge were lined up on the other side, with some of the modern buildings in the financial district anchoring the view on my right.
I wrapped up my Sunday by going back to Tower Bridge for some photos, then a stop by St. Paul's cathedral. In ...
We arrived in Liverpool on Monday, after our overnight ferry crossing from Dublin, with the rain bucketing down we drove straight through to London and the cute little apartment we rented in Greenwich. We unpacked, did grocery shopping and laundry and sat down to watch the 2nd debate on the Scottish referendum. It's looking more and more like the Yes vote will get up. From Tuesday we never stopped to take breath....we ...