Marriott Executive Apartments London, West India Quay
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... Bridge, and stop about 100 metres short. We are now directly opposite London Tower. You can see that the crowds are massive, so we sit for lunch, and admire the bridge and tower from afar, with the decison to return next week when it should be quieter.
I should also mention, it is absolutetly beautiful in London the past few days. early 20s, and sunshine.
Now, onto the tube, and up to St ...
... have to say, everyone is so damn friendly here. I asked for so many directions but everyone was super cool. I can't wait to meet more of the English! And I managed to get to my hostel...how in the world?! haha.
Now waiting to check in. 2 pm. Just realized that's 6 am for all my peeps back in California. ...
... but hindsight...and I had pre-purchased Gatwick Express tickets from London Vic before knowing that the Port train stopped at the airport...sigh.
Anyway - we walked from Vic Stn to Buckingham Palace and checked out the area, including the Victoria Monument and the Canada Gate. Walked down The Mall to Trafalgar Sq and stuck our heads into St Martin in the Field for a moment. Then headed for the Houses ...
A day of list checking, packing, packing and more packing. Plus the obligatory last minute trips to buy some of the essential items that failed to make their way onto the lists in the first place. It was a toss-up whether Dara could be bothered to get the bus into town yet again to pick up a mosquito net, but in the end not getting malaria won out.
... of Parliament and Big Ben followed by great tour of Westminster Abbey. Josie in her element, Henry's, Mary's, George's, Anne's the 3rds the 5ths the 7ths and every combo of the above. Then off to Marble Arch for lunch, great catching up with Craig, Donna and Hayden, lots of stories and catch ups from the past 12 years. Wimbledon is one of the few venues that sells tickets on the day. So off ...