Premier Inn London City - Old Street
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... of walking, but that was of little concern and in no way a reason for return. In fact it was hardly noticed, as we talked non-stop and raced to see all that we could. Camping was great fun, and we attempted to clean our bodies and clothes in the sea, however five seconds in water was a luxury, after which limbs became numb from the cold. Actually no, the numbness began instantly; there was no delay!
And so with haste we then got the bus from Portree to ...
... each other's languages, and so we began to teach local sayings, which obviously, for us, included the word 'peng'. They were French, and also kindly offered to show us some sights. Friends already - result!! Ok so we are now finally on the ferry and have some pints... And we're showing no signs of stopping! Let's see how we feel back on the coach at 4am!!! (by Sarah ...
... held, everything from a polar bear, elephant, and lions.
Outside the Tower across the street is a monument and little park to the Merchant Navy. It lists all who lost their lives in both World Wars. There were 12,000 in WWI and 24,000 in WWII. I think our generation sometimes forgets the numbers of people who actually died. These monuments make you stop and think for a while about the loss of life that occurred.
I of course have gone picture happy and have ...
... Brick Lane is located where majority of residents are either Indians or Bangladeshis or Pakistanis. This locality is as colourful as the spring! There are many interesting restaurants in the vicinity where you can try authentic Indian delicacies with all their exotic flavours and aromas.
Most of the hotels in Shoreditch are located in the western part of the neighbourhood, which has turned into a sprawling business centre over ...
... dinner with large portions and great value. Salmon penne pasta and Yorkshire Pud with sausages were selected and of course Lidi could not resist a Banoffee sundae.
Day 6- Anniversary Day
After a lovely breakfast we realised that we were rained in for a few hours, so we caught up on the blog etc. In the afternoon we left the hotel and headed for the London Eye. The skip the line pass was awesome, straight in past hundreds of ...