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... switching stations. Tall, modern, glass buildings. Definitely more of a business area than we had seen previously. But it was very cool looking and nice.
Then we headed to the Westminster area. This is where the full impact of being in London hit me. As we walked out of the tube station, freaking Big Ben was RIGHT THERE. Seriously, we were so close. Too close to get a full picture. I never realized how very detailed and shiny it is. There so much gold on it ...
... head on the bench which was right next to him, so all I could see is his head. The table laughed so I did what came to me first. I put my head on the bench too and asked what they would like. That cracked them up. - last but not least, there was a guy called Jakob. I went over to get glasses or something and he stacked them for me. I said "customers like you make me happy" to which his dad/uncle/someone said "he can make you a lot more happy". I just lost it ...
... connects the city to domestic and international destinations. Victoria coach station is one such means of connection. For travelers looking for a budget travel must go for bus. Fantastic drives are available for self-drivers. The pleasing English Countryside can be well explored while travelling by a car or personally driving one!
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Early start this morning for our final day. Quite a few people are staying on in Paris and a number were flying out of Paris. So we said our farewells and 11 of us headed off to meet another tour group. Then we split up, some of the new group joined Bern and Mario to go to Paris Airport and 7 of us boarded their coach to head to Calais and London. We caught the 11:55 ferry from ...
This morning we planned our trip to Brussels, we will fly across the English Channel. Yay no ferries! Then we will stay at a bed and breakfast. Hopefully this goes smoother then London. We didn't go into London today, just stayed in Bromley. We made soup for lunch then went and looked at shops. We came across a park, martins hill. There were so many squirrels knocking things out of trees. We looked at one and it had this weird spiky coating. When you ...