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This morning we woke up and headed to breakfast. The hotel provides a simple breakfast of toast and cereals but we aren't complaining. We had already decided we wanted to head into town and see all the big sights of London. We searched the best way to get into town and there is bus stop not far from our hotel that takes us straight to Trafalgar square. And it is a big red double decker bus, so we were able to tick that off. Before we got on we headed to the ...
... belt along with a dog! Yes a dog sat in a basket going round and round and round with the bags!! Very amusing! So we stepped out to find the man with the Laura sign - yes amazing thanks Laura for organising as we have no idea where we are going as she booked everything! The hostel was good, we had a room for the 4 of us (well now 3) with a very high bunk bed type thing! Made the most of our free Croatia shot, Duncan couldn't have a beer as the bar was closed, it was 2am and so went to ...
... was by far the best tour I've been on. The girl was so engaging, funny and clever in her delivery of stories. We saw Buckingham Palace, Big Ben, and many of the other classically London-ish big sites.
After that I went to my CouchSurfing host's apartment, which was a bit from the city center. I took the tube out there, and then he and I went back into the city to have a drink in SoHo. We were met by a couple other CouchSurfers from Prague who were in town for ...
... servers running about so assume "this place might be different" but I guess not. Ironically, hunger ended up getting the best of us and we came back in this direction to settle for a Wagamama, but ended up at the chipper at this pub instead.
Ashley had a cider on tap, Travis had a Guiness Extra Cold (whatever that means, definitely wasn't colder than normal), and we shared an order of fish and chips with mashed peas. The waitress was confused how we ...
... zoo within its borders, we found an outdoor theatre which we might check out on our return, squirrels (oooohhhhh), lots of water bird and of course pigeons. David keen to see Winfield House on the edge of the park which is the residence of the US ambassador. So we walked there and took a photo outside. Armed guard and No Pics Allowed through the the gates.! Walked back past Baker Street. I was cross as my feet were really sore and so we didn't go back ...