St. Georgio Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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After brekky we decided to go to Notting Hill for their famous Saturday markets. We took the tube to Notting Hill Gate station and followed the hordes to Portobello Road. The street was packed with tourists. Seems like every where we go the sea of humanity is overwhelming. The market stall and shops were mostly ok, but a lot of repetition. Lynda bought more cashmere and lesser quality scarves, all very pretty. We stopped for ...
... the Wright Bros in 1903 to these massive planes less than 40 years later makes my head spin to comprehend how life can change so quickly around you. Before we headed out there we had to stop and buy some shoes for Liz as the ones she had brought were not going to cope with the amount of walking ahead of us in the weeks to come. Fortunately we found some very quickly and were on our way to the Museum. John Wesley is a ...
... then checked out. I remembered that I had Jenny's "Hope Post" postcard destined for Northern England - a little rain damaged - so I made a sign for it and stuck it to the window of the reception window, with "hope" that a traveller heading that way and staying in the hostel will take it one step closer. We now needed to catch the bus to Victoria Station, where Jess would catch a train to Gatwick Airport. On the way I had to stop by an underground and put some more credit on ...
... by the Queens's pad and then headed for the Canadian monument in Green Park for a power nap. We all passed out in the shade by some big trees for an hour. After, we wandered towards the water and ended up by the London Eye. It actually looked painfully boring so we decided to go do our complimentary boat tour of the Thames instead. On our way there, we got to watch a few scam artists trying to scam tourists in a gambling game on ...
... so big (as will be the case in other major cities), you go out for the day earliesh in the morning, and it's really too much of an effort to go back home only to go out again, so you end up staying out for 12 hours plus, which is a long tiring day!
Each day is a new adventure though and all part of the experience. Starting to feel more and more in the groove every day! London has been fab, but I'm quite excited about the next few countries, as they will be the first places ...