The Anchor Hotel
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... the Battle of Trafalgar .Our guide told us that the British wanted to give him a State Burial, but the trouble was he died at sea in the Mediterranean and it would take 6 weeks to get him home. So to keep his body fresh, they transported him in a barrel full of brandy.
From here we rode past Westminster Abbey, Parliament House and Big Ben. I was surprised to learn that Big Ben is not the clock it is the Bell and they say one of ...
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;
... dedicated to the people who were sent from the UK to Sydney as convicts, this group includes Goz's great, great, great, great grandmother, and great, great, great, great grandfather who both travelled to Australia in 1789 aboard "The Surprise". The grandfather was transported for stealing a length of rope, and the grandmother for stealing a silver tea set, turns out they subsequently found the tea set in a cupboard after she ...
... to happen!
We didn't actually end up buying anything at the market and the weather was so poor that we only fit in the market before having to go back to the hotel and dry off.
The aim whilst in London was to do two things a day in order to fit everything in, however, today we went to the Museum of London, which I hadn't been to on any of my previous trips, and ended up spending so many hours there that it was about all we ...
After work, the family will be meeting me at work and we'll take the train one more stop to Shepperton for dinner. It is a smaller town but I think it is neet to see. -- David
We took the train to Shepperton, walked to Bluebeckers Restaurant, and had a traditional english meal with lamb and trimmings. Katie had a hamburger and Alex had fish and chips. Alex is a bit under the weather but still in good spirits. ...