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... Marylebone and Fenchurch station. Next was the Tower of London. We got a guided tour with one of the Beefeaters, which was great to learn all the history. Found out to be a beefeater you have to have served in the army for 21years. Whilst in there we got to see the Crown Jewels. We also had an awesome view of the London bridge. Then set off to the other side of the river Thames for the London eye. We took a red double decker bus, ...
... a very refreshing start to our upcoming adventure, indeed. Whenever I visit Hoki at his new house (I helped him move here in 2004) I am always touched with a tinge of sadness. For as long as I had known him, he lived in this wonderful old house on Chalkhill Road, about half a mile away. It was a house that had lots and lots of memories. It was the house where his children had grown up and where we had initially kindled our friendship on ...
... 1992 it's been a shoe shop - unique, handmade shoes, that is.
Our final stop on the tour was Lincoln's Inn Fields. Viv pointed out a long, orderly queue of homeless people, waiting for food handouts on the corner, and just down the road some Romanian women with boxes, who she said would be trying to get more than their share before being whisked away in a white van sitting nearby. It seems there's no love lost between the English homeless people and ...
... Saw some great sights along the way, including Oxford circus,Regent St. And Piccadilly Circus ( thought I was playing Monopoly ). Then came the big ones, Big Ben, London Bridge, The Tower of London, Windsor Castle, Westminster Abbey, no.10 Downing St. And Trafalgar Square. Sadly we missed the changing of the guards at Buckingham Palace, so we're going back to see that Today. Ended the bus trip for ...
... exhibit was some of the things were not on display because they were "in use." Then we walked into different towers along the outer wall. The first was the Salt Tower, the second was the Broad Arrow Tower and the third was the Martin Tower these towers were mostly where prisoners were kept and there were things engraved in the stone from prisoners scratching stuff into it. We went to the Menagerie where there were animals kept for 900 years roaming ...
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