Days Inn Sevenoaks Clacket Lane
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... high five. I'll admit, the enthusiasm may have been one sided. Finally a bus came along and we hopped on. 27 seconds later, they announced the end of the tour. We had walked for 30 minutes, waited another 30 minutes and traveled about 300 metres. Luckily, we were able to go around a corner and hop on another. Anyway, the rest of our day was pretty much spent on boats... Did a cruise down to the Tower Bridge and jumped on another to Greenwich where we experienced ...
It's nice to start and end the day taking Sam for a walk and our route on the golf course (just over the fence from Sally's house) means Sam has lots of friends to stop and say hello to on the way, although you can't be in a hurry stopping to chat to the doggie owners as well! We hadn't made it to see Churchill's War Rooms in London so we jumped at the chance to go to Chartwell House, Churchill's country home from 1922 until his death in 1965, which is only 20 mins away from Sal's ...
... in and printed our boarding passes with much difficulty. Poor Zarah, after about 30mins on the very slow airport computers still couldn’t check in, her reservation number was not validating. It was not what we needed this late at night being so tired. Finally success! We were all registered for the flight in the morning. We caught a cab to the airport hotel, got cleaned up, repacked and crashed! Ready for our early morning flight.
Aussies over and out xx
... and high rises. Mind boggling
After the cruise, we walked back along the Embankment.
We saw London out enjoying itself. So many people
walking, bands and buskers, playing the crowds. The Londoners love their river
and certainly come out with the sun. We saw so many people sitting in the park,
on the ...
... that London has some of the warmest temperatures in England as the blanket of icy chill from the Thames creeps up, surrounding me. I now head towards Trafalgar Square and Piccadilly Circus as noon crawls forward. The large screens of Piccadilly contrast with the more traditional buildings around them and the cluster of people beneath them creates a Times Square-esque image. The hushed sounds of songs from various shops ...