Millennium Lodge Central
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... us entertained with her good sense of humour.
The river is called the Thames it is famous because of the history of all that has happened there and is the place that many of the first Australians left from. The river Thames is a very long river and it was once so polluted that no-one could use it for sailing or any tourist activity.
We saw Big Ben at Parliament House, London Bridge and Tower Bridge and the old London Gaol. There were many small boats on the now cleaner ...
... single malt whiskeys. Some were 50 year old bottles and after learning about wines and how they age and what that means in the whiskey experience I know that it would be very very strong and probably undrinkable. We decided for a last day we would splurge out on lunch. We ended up on the second floor at the Tea Rooms. The food tasted as good as it looked and the Harrods ale was the best we ...
... again watched the world relax.
Lovely, now back at the apartment, a shower before we
Goodbye River Thames.
Hello Sydney on Wednesday morning.
And I hope they’ve put some new films to watch, since we
... Our annual travel insurance had only gone up by £10 so we agreed to renew it to be able to go away again next Winter, God willing! The suitcase saga? I sent them an email the day after asking them what we should do now. No reply but 3 days later a brand new Antler suitcase arrived by courier. What a result! But now the party's over and it's time to get back to normal everyday life. Let's hope I can still remember how to ...
... 160;I am supposed to go backwards? Luckily, I had my iPhone on me, with my google maps taking care to inform me where I was and a separate map of the route on Safari so I had some idea of where I was supposed to go. The walk takes me through the South Bank, down all the way to the Tower of London, back up through the heart of London and back to Westminster Abbey. I made a brief stop at the Tate ...