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... sites throughout London. The walk is 15 miles and goes all over, so what better way to see everything in one day? As someone who loves to just walk and wander, this sounds perfect I start out with a bit of breakfast at a small cafe on Tottenham Court Road before heading over to Westminster Abbey. After paying only a suggested donation of 5 pounds the at the two museums, the 18 pound entry fee is a bit steep, but ...
... tube to Victoria Station, picked up our bags - they felt very heavy in this warm weather! Due to no rooms available at Cherry court, we had to move hotels. We stayed at Gloucester place Lincoln house - another great spot. That evening, we walked Oxford Street - the shopping ymecca. No shopping for us though except for the talented salesperson who managed to sell me three bars of Dead Sea Soap. Perhaps I'll float in the shower now. After this, we ...
We have decided to go to the Courtauld Gallery today and as I don't want to take the car in, we are going in by bus. As I nip out to the car to get something the Parking Warden tells me I need a permit to park outside his house and directs me to a metered zone. As the zone only allows 4 hours and we will be gone longer, I decide to take the risk. We have ...
... away. We weren’t exactly sure what just happened so we just went with it.
We continued down to Westminster Abbey and went down to he pier to meet Dr. Hay in order to get our bus tickets and our river cruise tickets. We mingled with a few USD students before we found him, and then sat to figure out our next move. While we were waiting we saw Gary, so I got his attention and he and his two friends, Evan and Jacob, came over and said hello. They went to get their tickets, ...
Wide awake at 3.30am. What happened to being so tired I could sleep for 12 hours. Lay in bed counting the hours till 6.30am when the boys got up. Cold grey day with a max of 16C, welcome to the British summer. All went to Tilgate park, a regular Sanun family day outing haunt as I was growing up. Had a walk around the lake and the boys let of some pent up energy in the adventure playground. Picked up my suit and round to big brothers house for catch up. Ended ...
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