Marriott Executive Apartments London, West India Quay
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The London Passes we purchased before leaving the States have almost paid for themselves already. Feeling tired from the morning's activities, we hopped a boat down the Thames River from Westminster Pier to Greenwich, as in Mean Time of zero longitude fame. A great way to see London is from the deck of the boat. Besides the Cutty Sark, Greenwich has lots of pubs and a friendly ...
... There is no charge for the service, but to go into the church when there isn't a service costs around $25. The price also includes climbing the 525 step dome, but it was raining today so the view wouldn't be that good anyway. So the service was nice--pretty much the same as the one yesterday--and the church was beautiful. We were not able to tour the entire church, so we will have ...
Well we came to England on the 25 and got off at dorking station to stay at out friends house just outside of London that we met in Denmark! It was so nice to see them, we made supper had wine and watched a movie! The following day, Sa**************ed to London to have a touristy day! We checked into our hostel and than headed out for the day! We went to Greenwich park, bourough market where we had a fabulous vege burger, we went on ...
... the UK now, and oh boy was it a shock when we got off the plane.
- Friendly people, and the ease of the backpacker trail. Helpfulness, as in almost everywhere we went around the world, is intrinsic to society. This, and people's awareness of where the tourists generally want to visit, means that travelling in Asia was so much easier than we expected. People were always ready to offer advice and help in moving on, seeing the towns, or recommending places to ...
... along the way, until I came to the London Eye.
Being a major tourist attraction, the crowds around the London Eye were enormous and it took sometime to get to the front of the queue, even with a ticket. From memory it took about 20-25 minutes to get onto the Eye.
While I enjoyed the view from the Eye itself, and snapped lots of photos, I was disappointed that the Eye never just goes around to give you the feeling of having a ride. Because there are so ...
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