Premier Inn London Wembley Stadium
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... discover a slice of London history overlooked by the casual tourist. He also navigated us through the oftentimes perplexing "Tube” system of train lines connected by miles of pedestrian tunnels and stairways.
Our trip in Wales left us curious about how the canal system developed years ago. We were lucky to find The London Canal Museum located on an old back-stretch of Regent’s Canal. ...
... the canal, The London zoo is on both sides of the canal. We saw an Avery with birds that looked like our Ibis birds, obviously they are more of a special animal than they are at home. We also,saw an interesting looking duck (hopefully i will be able to put a photo of it on here). The girls decided to call it 'Chuck' - a cross between,a chicken and a duck.
From there we headed to Notting Hill to ...
... the end as we accidentally ended up at the monument dedicated to the Great Fire of London near Pudding lane, which was something we'd learned a lot about at the Museum of London.
On the way back to the hotel we also wandered past the Ecuadorian embassy where Julian Assange is staying so Glenn could see it. It wasn't very exciting, just a couple of police standing guard outside a normal looking building near Harrods.
Today was really our last sightseeing day ...
England to Africa: 28th September 2010 – 1st October 2010
14:45 Tuesday 28th September 2010.
On colourless concrete paving stones, under rolling autumnal English skies, I waited for a bus to turn the corner into Beckingham Way. It was late. Bus after bus came and went, though none of them bore the number 580 which would signal the start of a long, long journey. Outside Chesterfield coach station, in the English ...
Marrakech to St. Louis: 27th October 2010 – 1st November 2010
A glass of mint tea. Such is its prevalence and social importance throughout the region, it seemed apt to be savouring its sweetness while we overlooked, for the final time, the delightfully entertaining activities going on below us in Marrakech's Central Square.
Mopeds dived between horses, donkeys and carts. Fruit juice squeezers stood high in their trailers, surrounded by ...