Premier Inn London Beckton
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This morning we departed for London - our final destination (yeah!). On the way to London we stopped in Bath to visit the Roman Baths Museum. It was interesting to see. The city of Bath would have been neat to explore, but we didn't have much time. The actual Roman Baths are quite dirty. The guides are very good at reminding you NOT to touch the …
We set out from Rugby quite early (7:45am) and unfortunately one of the major highways had been detoured, so we ended up in a traffic jam for quite awhile. This inconvenience caused us to be very late for our coach tour of Bath, so when we picked up our guide (Edmond - who seemed like the grandpa everyone would want!) we only had 20 minutes instead …
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The Defiled. It's weird how much changed in a week. Last Thursday I couldn't care about about them, this week I'm ******* excited to see them play again. The crowed loved them and they obviously really enjoyed the show. I almost caught a drumstick. I wish I was a bit taller, ...
... across the hall for a double room with a cheaper price. I also got to go on a long errand across town while at work to drop off some flyers. It was neat to go out for a little and see a different part of London. Playing cards with my roommates was interesting as well because Damien doesn't speak English well yet so he would explain the game to Katrin in French and she would translate to me in English. That's the life of having international friends! ...
... up taking Kyria to Tower Bridge (you needed to catch the train) and Eli and I went back to the hotel. We all said goodbye to Aaron at this point. It had been nice spending time with him and we wished him all the best for the rest of his travels! I think he enjoyed hanging out with us and I suspect he was missing his friends from Mildura!
I didn't get many photos today as you weren't allowed to take photos inside Windsor Castle.
Tomorrow we arrive in France! ...