Travelodge London Battersea
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... and Parliament, then headed back to the station for the hour long trip back to our hotel.
All in all, it was one of our favorite adventures of the trip because it was so unexpected and so easy to navigate around the city. Thank you British Airways for another unforgettable experience, that we didn't have to pay for! :)
As promised, we will put up one last wrap-up post when we return to San Diego. It's time to go catch our flight. See you ...
... quicker to have walked. Take the bus next time, wrong choice again, but we got there. We decided to go to the Tower of London as mum had sent an email saying about the ceramic poppies which the Royals had acknowledged recently. Got on the bus at Baywater, sat down, then the driver asked everyone to get off - he'd broken down. Next one took us to St Marti-in-the-Fields, then he also asked us all to get off. Great detours due to road works etc, eventually arrived at the Tower round ...
... wearing, all around us everyone pulled off excess layers adjusting to the suddenly hot climate. Around us all the staff cycled from job to job weaving their way past the aeroplanes and passengers.
The scenery around the airport was amazing, the airport's surrounded by hills and trees and apart from the odd plane landing, it's quiet!
As we sat in our new rental car for the week (a very old ...
... hour and a half. It's one of the lovely things about the English countryside where the public has the right to cross farmland on paths that have been used for centuries. We were starving by the end and drove across to East Mersea and had lunch at the Victory hotel. Helen had hoped to have a meal at the Victory last time she was in the UK for her birthday but it didn't work out then.
Anyway we had another great day and the sun has continued to shine on ...
... of the time here looking at the large collection of antiquities from ancient Greece and Egypt. They have an amazing collection but having visited Egypt and knowing how both the Egyptians and the Greeks feel about these treasures you do feel that maybe efforts could be made to return them to their place of origin, especially the Marbles from the Parthenon. Maybe the Egyptian things might be safer where they are at the moment! We also found ...