Premier West Hotel
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... our train and were on our way to London.
Upon arrival, we (our parents) somehow managed to navigate the Tube system flawlessly, and we finally arrived at the apartment where I am now. We are going to be borrowing the flat from family for the five days we will be in London. I spent the rest of the night in, writing and eating cookies. Pretty fantastic... Goodnight!!
... Simon. Wonderful night was had by all, we walked back to the Tube via the river walk & bridge which was beautiful as it was full moon. 13th August Today we spent the day with Megan doing a Thames cruise to Greenwich which was lovely. We visited the Markets & The Maritime Museum. The flood gates were very interesting. The afternoon was spent getting things ready for a barb-a-que at Megan & Glens. Got to meet Phil & Paul. 14th August Back on the Tube ...
... feel old, because I do) so I was keen to go back and revisit. Unfortunately many others had the same idea, so I had to wait in a queue to get in, pay what I thought was a bit of a pricey entry fee, and then wandered around for nearly an hour. It's such a beautiful building with so much history that I could have stayed for a while longer, it the crowds getting in my way was starting to grate, so I got out of there. One of the highlights of Westminster for me is seeing where Elizabeth ...
Another big day walking I am still going just . We went to St Paul's Cathedral which was just amazing , spent about 3 hours there and got bombarded with history .Went to the top of Cathedral which had amazing views . Walked along Southbank and then to Westminster Abbey which again was absolutely amazing so don't need to go to church for a while . Weather has been great and looks like continuing . We have found food to be about the same price as there ...
Today we followed a map and did a half day tour around Hackney. The first point of interest was Hassard Street, which is only a few minutes away. It must have once been a lot longer, there is now a huge housing estate across its end. There are many of these housing estates in the area, and they look very depressing places to live. Lots of rubbish and dog pooh on the footpath.