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... in use however opens it doors welcoming visitors to admire its beauty. Roy and Nathan explored a little further and found an underground tunnel that joined the Chapel and the Painted Hall. They surprised the rest of the group by turning up behind them, when everyone was waiting for them to come out of the chapel. Roy thought it was a great trick.
Upon leaving the church we were given a clear view of the new Greenwich Palace otherwise known as the ...
... got tickets then tried to find where to catch them since there was lots of different platforms. After asking at the information booth they rudely said go downstairs and we eventually figured out that we had to go to the tube station. It turns out that Victoria station and Victoria underground station are two separate things. Obviously at this point it was Friday night peak hour and it was one of the most crowded places I've ever seen. Once we found the platform with our bags ...
It's getting colder!
We wake to heavy rain that lasts for about half an hour before clearing away to a fine and cool day. After breakfast we decide to go back into London and watch the changing of the Guard at Buckingham Palace. We stroll past icons such as Big Ben, the House of Parliament, Westminster Abbey before heading to the palace.
Getting a good view of the changing of the guards is near impossible as the crowds ...
... off point at Departures, T4.
Why am I enjoying this "perfect" view? Arrived at check-in only to be told my flight was delayed until 5pm, 4.5 hour delay! Plus point is that I will now be sleeping on a plane instead of at Delhi airport, bad thing is that I have 1 hour 20 mins to transfer to my flight to KTM at Delhi. Anyone who has been "in transit" at Delhi will know this will be ...
... as we were entitled to a free Thames River Cruise.
This was put on hold, as we had arranged to view the London Dungeon.This is down as a must see tourist attraction; I had seen it 7 years ago and thought John and Kate would like it.
Unfortunately there are large crowds around, which lessened the enthusiam, however this attraction recreates various gory and macabre historical events in a gallows humour style aimed at younger audiences. ...