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... to the Thames Path, so we meandered our way back as far as London Bridge. It's a much more impressive piece of water, very wide! By the time we had got to London Bridge we had had enough (my Fitbit declared 35000 steps) so we trained back to the apartment, and declared it beer o'clock! Paul collected Alyse from St Pancras Station and we had a late tea at a local pizza place, and chatted till late. More walking in store for today, and tonight we have tickets for Matilda,written by Tim ...
Saturday would be a somewhat long day in the end. We had no firm plans and that proved to be a bit of a mistake. We went to Covent Garden first to enjoy the market and we managed a bit of Christmas shopping. We then walked up to Leicester Square and found it full of people wearing Santa Claus hats and holding beer cans. They had all had an early start. We wandered out to Piccadilly and up Regent Street. It was early lunch time so Jayne suggested walking into Carnaby ...
... willing to retrieve Paul’s bag from the system and transfer it to the SFO flight. So we landed around 6pm and was home soon after that. Lucky duck. Gruden greeted him with whimpering.
I had an on-time flight to London, then took the train to the Hilton Heathrow. I read and watched “The Secret Life of Dogs” on BBC/4. Free internet was available in the lobby areas, so I went down briefly to collect and send a few emails. In bed around 10pm.
... room and not bad wifi.
The weather could not have been better- sunny and very warm.
The tour does not start for a couple of days. Saturday is considered our first day, but is really a day to do as you please.
We made our way down to the information desk and booked a few sightseeing tours- The Eye of London and London Tour which included St Paul's Cathederal, Tower ...
Or, Marg the medium St Paul's and The British Museum We went to Waterloo then to Bank by the underground. Bank station is the only station on the city line and when you come out of the station you are at the Bank of England and the Royal Stock Exchange. We walk along to St Paul's Cathedral. The building is imposing and dominates the space, it was designed by Christopher Wren. Also in the area is the last remain city gate ...