The Anchor Hotel
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... the following couple of hours was not to be missed. Beautiful. .History and more history.
After a lovely lunch at Westminster Abbey, we moved down the road to the Jewel Tower. No, there are no "jewels" there.. It is a place where the photo's will say it all. (Or else google to find out what we read inside the Tower)
We then went outside to have ...
The end of a long impressive journey.
We will never forget the beautiful sunsets, the lovely people and the animals we met along the way.
Time to go home to Blighty......I hope it's not too cold.
Favorite Australian phrases and abbreviations;
3. Too Easy
7. How good is that?!
8. Ahhh look......
9. CUBs = Cashed Up Bogans.
Things I will miss;
... are Parliament Buildings and Big Ben and it looks as if there is a fair bit of renovating going on there at present. Our hotel is in a perfect spot to see the sights(thank you Ron) so tomorrow we will be out and about. We have been so lucky with the weather and apparently it's not usual to have sunny weather for such long periods of time. For once no travel muck ups and getting on the Eurostar was very like getting in a plane-going ...
... two weeks after the fire for the ground to cool off enough to walk on.
We briefly dropped into Ye Olde Cheshire Cheese Tavern, the oldest tavern in London, which seemed the perfect place for beer, but not for breakfast - we’ll be back again later. Back out on the main drag of Fleet Street, we passed St. Brides church, another of Wren’s design. It's the multi-tiered steeple on this church that inspired ...
Our last day in the UK! After packing our bags and cases we walked to the main hotel two streets away to check out. We still had a full day of sightseeing ahead so we left our luggage with the hotel and set out.
The first stop today was our visit to The Shard. The Shard is an 87 storey skyscraper that was completed in 2012 and it is the tallest building in the European Union. At the 72nd floor there is an observation deck and that is where we were heading. Corry wasn't too sure ...