St. James's Hotel and Club
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Shuttle bus service
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We landed at 3:00pm at London Gatewick Airport! The flight went by fast, however no one could sleep. We watched movies, played cards, and just enjoyed the time together! Once we got off the plane, we went through customs and grabbed our packs! Next, we found the train, bought tickets and were on our way to London Victoria. London is gorgeous! All green with brown brick buildings everywhere! After, we found the metro and found the train to ...
... we enjoy watching it as well. Today was interesting because the guards on duty were the Gerkas who have been given the honour of guarding the Queen to mark their 200 year anniversary of service to the monarchy. The oncoming Queens Guards looked resplendent in their red jackets and large fur hats. Traci and Nathan have both seen the changing of the guards a few times however, this was the first time Traci has seen the soldiers ...
... brunch on part of Regents Canal and we had a good catchup and a nice meal together. We were about to leave when Kris spotted his brother Dim leaving so we got to meet him, his wife Tessa, their little boy Jed and 2 week old daughter Sylvie. We all then caught the tube to Westfield at Stratford and the girls got shopping out of their system. Kris was very good and followed Lani and I around most of ...
... I have befriended these characters and call them my own.
And this year, when I hop on that flight back to Australia...that bridge to Kooza will cease to exist.
It will vanish, just like it did in the show.
And I will be left with just a kite.
It will be a colourful kite, full ...
... I was off to the Southwark Cathedral, on the walk down I was able to see the very modern city hall as well as the HMS Belfast. The cathedral was stunning on the inside, I wish I was able to take pictures, but they required a donation of 2 pounds, and I really didn't feel like paying it to just photograph the inside. Two of the most interesting things about the cathedral was the Harvard chapel in which the founder of Harvard was baptized in 1608, the ...