Travel Blogs from Ilford
... was not for it to be used as a prison, that's all I could see it was really used for. Each tower was filled with wall carvings from prisoner after prisoner, it was really neat, for a lot of them they even told you who did what carvings. We also got to walk though and see the crown jewels, which were very cool. After the tower we got our tickets to the double decker bus tour, which was neat as well. It basically took us all over the city and we ...
... br> The most popular question I'm being asked right now is what was the best thing I did. But that's too hard. So here is a top 5 instead:
1. Inca Trail - challenging and inspiring
2. Sky dive - pure adrenaline high
3. Whitsundays sailing trip - what a way to spend a birthday
4. Uluru/Red Centre Tour - iconic and so cultural
5. Franz Josef glacier walk - such a stunning landscape
But it ...
... Gaugin, Cezanne, Van Gough (including Chair), Degas and more of this era. There were lots of people but we could see everything - lucky it was Monday and not the weekend. The entry was free with a request of £4.00 donation.
Back for dinner, noticing the bike stand at the station next to the sign saying "lock your bike with 2 sturdy chains", there was a tyre still locked up but the rest of the bike was gone.
... representations of this Medieval Fairy tale bu Boccaccio, but the gist of it was that a bachelor Marquis married a peasant girl with the agreement that she obey him i all things unquestioningly. She agreed, they got married, she was a saint, he put her through hell, and after she'd born him a daughter he decided to test her, just for the fun of it. He told her that no one liked the girl and he sent his soldiers to take her and kill her. Griselda gave ...
Upon arrival in London we familiarized ourselves with the city by taking a double decker bus tour. We had such a great guide, Sinead, that we returned the next day to tag along on her tour of the changing of the guards at Buckingham Palace.
We found half price tickets at the last ...