Olympic House Hotel
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... full of corporate buildings.
We said goodbye to Kieran and headed to the metro to catch the train to tower bridge. We got off the metro by the London bridge and had to walk towards the tower bridge. On the way David needed the bathroom so headed into a near by building and saw the Web Ellis cup. We aren't 100% sure if it was the real one but we needed to go through security including bag x ray and the cup was behind thick glass. We ...
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2015 Sept. 3 - Thursday
As today is my first full day in a new time zone I'll probably need a rest in the afternoon, which is usually the case for the first few days (although coming home is more of an adjustment).
I was definitely ready for a good breakfast and this hotel provides a "modified" English breakfast as one of the menu options, which consists of an egg, ...
The trip got a little bit rocky when I got to London. Somehow David walked past me and went through customs and everything while I was still waiting for him at the terminal. We were waiting on opposite ends of the airport for over and hour before we found each other! It definitely made me nervous but it worked out. We found each other and here we are! Our next step was figuring out transportation. Let me tell you, it can be tough. But all we did ...
... The National Express stop is just the local RJ bus stop. A big hug with Suzanne and I was on my own in York.
Waited some 25M and the coach came along to pick up three people heading places south. The bus was very clean and had nice leather seats. Seatbelts are mandatory. CCTV cameras are on board. There's a camera so you can see what the driver sees. No wifi on board is something the National Esxpress might want to take a ...
... So there we were, looking at
Big Ben, walking across the Tower Bridge, looking at those funny guards in
front of the Buckingham Palace and enjoying some Fish&Chips in a small, yet
very cute restaurant in the middle of the city (Pam was suuuper happy since
obviously Fish&Chips is not as big as we thought – we kept looking, and
looking, and looking until we finally found a place after ...