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Day 1- We arrived at Kings cross Station and managed to use the tube to get to our hotel at Gloucester Road. We were greeted by the staff at The Cromwell and up to room 410 we went. After unpacking a little we decided to head out for dinner and chance to get familiar with our surroundings.
Day 2- Purchased our BIG Bus Hop-on Hop-off two …
... Amelie - step-cousins, sam, Ben and Sean spent lots of time together growing up. Nancy, from Tanzania Dana (I never figured out who she was) Lynne and Sam did this trip for Sam's 30th, are good at planning and preparing so they guide us from the station to the canal where the Farnborough boat companies are. It takes a while for everyone to use bathrooms and Sam to sort out the booking etc. We rent 2 boats for the 19 of us. Boat staff show some of ...
... that London was the world's most visited city. Judging by the crowds at all the tourist attractions that we visited, I well believe him. Moving on from Westminster, we wandered past Downing Street and then decided to walk through St James Park down to Buckingham Palace. On the way, we spotted some very strange creatures - smaller than a possum, bigger than a mouse - could it be?, yes!, a squirrell. Both Bronte and Flynn were fascinated and as the ...
... base on any foreign ground is still US property, so this church, and most other parishes in London so far, were definitely Greek property, and as such, were very unlikely to properly represent a universal, and more appropriately vernacular English Orthodoxy, to the English people.
That said, I also understand the need for Greeks to have churches as beacons and havens, to feel a bit of Greece in the often cold and unfriendly British air. I know they were the ones ...
... Kathryn were planning for a few drinks and a catch up so Bonnie and I caught a double decker bus (up the top and at front of course) and made our way back in to the city of London where we got off at Leicester Square and caught the tube back to Paddington.
We met Daniel back at the hotel and headed out for a simple serve of Fish and Chips, which were ok then after another full day, we went to bed. I vaguely heard Danielle stumble in at some ungodly ...