St. George Hotel
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... allow us to skip the queue. I'm telling you, this guy was the spitting image of a young Graham Kennedy. He even dropped a few crow calls. Graham was very helpful. He shared a chocolate chip biscuit with us as he told us the best way to see the attractions we wanted to see and what not to bother with. For example, we wanted to see both the changing of the guard and Shakespeare's Globe. He told us if time was an issue not to bother with the Globe. The changing of the guard ...
... this is
where it happens. There is a line on the ground that represents the base time
line around which world time is based. We stood over this line with one leg an
hour away from the other. At this site they also have the standard measures for
yards, feet and inches attached to the wall for sailors to ensure that their
measuring devises are correct.
From here, back to camp for supper and bed.
... the next stop was the eiffel tower. the one thing i was looking forward to all day. we got there and had to buy tickets to go to the top. it was amazing. in the elevator on the way up seeing everything. we were at the top. the view was amazing. best part of my day. it was getting late and i had to leave to get back on the train home. i got a cab to the subway and headed on home.
... jewels. Had to get an ice cream to get some energy back before heading back to the hotel vie Regent st. The street was closed off for the Gumball Rally, which is made up of fancy cars, music and extreme sports.
Back in the Hotel it was time for another swim. Everyone was too tired to do too much more, except for Draza who made one last trip solo back to Regent st.
Hard to believe it is our last day of our trip. We planned to use the 'hop on hop off' bus to suss out the places we were interested in, then repeat the trip and hop off at any points we wanted to spend more time at. Well that idea sounded good, however we discovered the round trip would take 3hrs. We then changed our thinking to hopping off at the most important things on our list as we passed. Well 3hrs down and we were not even half way ...