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... and parked there while the train drove across the channel! We got off and walked through some of the carriages to the toilets, and watched as the train started to take off. It was pretty cool, but felt strange, and I thought I was going to get travel sick from the motion, so I lay down on my seat on the bus and closed my eyes for a while. I ended up falling asleep and woke up when we were back on the road halfway to London! We made our way through ...
... we came straight from a day of riding the sweltering tube, we looked considerably rough in comparison to everyone else! It kind of made me feel like we were the embarrassing country bumpkin friends but hey we still had a good time.
Crashed out in Kristy and Erins lounge.
Another thing to note was that we saw the hospital where new prince George was born... And thats about the only tourist thing we ...
One of the nice features of the hotel where we are staying is the full English breakfast that is included in the nightly rate. They have a spacious dining room in the basement with nicely appointed tables and a pleasant group of servers. We typically are having orange juice, tea with milk, scrambled eggs, bacon (ham), mushrooms and tomato (we are skipping the beans and the dry cereal that are also offered). With this sustenance, ...
... before his arrest. When I say short, he stepped off the boat and was arrested on the dock. But this man while at the tower carved in the walls like others had done. But with his they were everywhere. This was one of his carving: "Wise men ought to se what they do, to examine before they speake; to prove before they take in hand; to beware whose company they use; and, above all things, to whom they truste. |— Charles Bailly." When I read this I ...
... around us. Kelly found some pieces she enjoyed. The last level consisted of the kind of art that people who don't like modern art tend to mock. Not really our cup of tea, we left this part quickly.
Across the river is St. Paul's Cathedral. It towers over the surrounding buildings & is quite an impressive sight. We crossed the river on a pedestrian bridge & approached the facade. It was nice, but all we had time for was a couple pictures because we ...
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